The 8 Best Flower Delivery Services to Use This Mother’s Day
You have just enough time to pick out the perfect bouquet for Mom.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12, which means it’s time to start figuring out the best gift for mom. While a heartfelt card and a delicious homemade meal are always great options, nothing quite says “I love you, Mom” like a beautiful bouquet of flowers delivered straight to her door. With so many online flower delivery services on the market, it can be overwhelming to decide which one to use. To help you find the best fit, we’ve rounded up eight top-rated services so you can send a Mother’s Day arrangement you know she'll love.
The Bouqs Co.
The Bouqs is known for making cut-to-order bouquets using flowers from sustainable and eco-friendly local farms. Because it sources its blooms from florists in your area, you can order a bouquet for same-day delivery—and in some cases, have it delivered in as little as two hours (hello, last-minute Mother's Day gift). The company is also completely transparent about its pricing and will let you know exactly how many flowers to expect in each order. We love that we're able to support local farmers, florists, and the environment all at once—and send mom a gorgeous arrangement, too.
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Each bouquet from Teleflora is arranged by hand by local florists in your area, then delivered to your door in a vase—meaning you won’t have to worry about Mom receiving a box full of smashed flowers or trying to assemble the perfect arrangement. This vintage-inspired arrangement is filled with some of our favorite Mother's Day flowers—spray roses, alstroemeria, and chrysanthemums—all arranged in a painted metal pitcher mom can reuse in her kitchen or garden later.
Amazon Curated Flower Collection
If you already order everything else from Amazon, go ahead and add a Mother's Day bouquet to your cart too. The Amazon Curated Flower Collection has tons of gorgeous arrangements to choose from, including this pretty bouquet of roses and lilies that are perfect for Mother’s Day. Best of all, this arrangement includes (free!) overnight shipping right from the grower and is essentially farm-to-front door.
1-800-Flowers is one of our go-to sites to buy Mother's Day flowers online. They have hundreds of arrangements to choose from, and you can customize a bouquet just for mom by adding chocolates, balloons, and other special treats. This bouquet features roses, mini carnations, pink Limonium, and lavender button poms, all arranged in a ceramic container that mom can reuse as a trinket holder after Mother's Day is over.
White Flower Farm
White Flower Farm supplies seeds, bulbs, and tools to gardeners all over the country, but the brand also boasts a wide variety of freshly-cut bouquets for delivery. Their site makes it easy to find exactly what you're looking for, with selections sorted by price point and plant type. If mom would prefer something that lasts longer than a traditional bouquet, get her a houseplant or a Mother's Day flower pot she can enjoy for months to come. White Flower Farm even offers videos on how to care for each type of plant, so she can easily keep her plant alive even if she doesn't have a natural green thumb.
Ava’s Flowers has a dedicated team of flower experts on hand to ensure your fresh arrangements will arrive on time—and stay in your budget. If you're looking to spoil mom without breaking the bank, check out their 'Hot Deals' section, where you can find gorgeous flower arrangements at a discounted price. By saving money on flowers, you'll have more money to spend on a gift or a meaningful Mother's Day activity you can share together.
While BloomsyBox is best known for its subscription services, it also offers a variety of Mother's Day flower specials you can purchase individually. The company sources its flowers from farms all over the world, which means you can build a totally unique bouquet for mom. If you're looking to treat mom all year long, consider gifting her the subscription option that delivers bouquets of roses specially curated by Martha Stewart. Each box comes with roses hand-selected by Martha, as well as plant food and a list of her top tips on how to extend the life of your blooms.
The Home Depot
You've probably gone to The Home Depot for gardening supplies or home improvement tools, but did you know that the store also sells freshly-cut flowers? Choose from popular Mother's Day flowers like roses, carnations, or hydrangeas. This oversized arrangement is filled with 50—yes, 50!—roses just for mom. To ensure the flowers last as long as possible, they'll arrive in bud form so you'll want to order them a week or two in advance to make sure the blooms are open by Mother's Day.