Delivered flowers are one of the quintessential Valentine’s Day gift to get. However, how many times have you given or received flowers that looked half-dead and limp on arrival? Or the color was a bright as pictured or the arrangement not as full? from one of the big brand stores. There are some new flower companies that are making their mission to woo consumers back to buying flowers online by delivering fresh farm-direct flowers at reasonable prices. So instead of ProFlowers or a similar variety try these options:
1. The Bouqs Company
The Bouqs. Company delivers their flowers direct from the farm, which means you get your arrangements within 2-4 days instead of 10-14 days like big retailers. Each arrangement can be purchased from 3 categories, the Original, Deluxe or Grand depending on the amount of stems. For a bonus, the blooms are delivered in craft paper instead of generic vases, which is a welcomed change from the conventional norm on Valentine’s Day.
2. Flower Muse
The Flower Muse is great for the lover of premium blooms. It features premium farm direct garden roses and peony arrangements and has a wedding flowers section where you can choose flowers based on the season. An added bonus is the free delivery on any order.
3. Farmgirl Flowers
Farmgirl Flowers originally just shipped within San Francisco, now it ships nationwide for those who love more organic arrangements. These arrangements come wrapped in burlap and gives greenery some attention, as well as, the blooms. For Valentine’s Day, they are including a gift box full of not-your-standard-candy treats.
BloomThat is another newbie to the flower scene. Dubbed the “Uber of Flowers,” ordering flowers from them is as easy as a swipe and 3 taps on their app that gets fresh flowers delivered to you fast. They have a variety of arrangements at very affordable prices.
Instead of one single company ships amazing floral arrangements, BloomNation helps you choose from various florist within your location based on their arrangements that are pictured. It highlights many different design styles and blooms, so you don’t have to get stuck with the standard rose for Valentine’s Day.
Do you like to get flowers in the mail?