A gorgeous flower arrangement is the perfect way to let someone know they're your Valentine. Order from these florists to get your Valentine's gift delivered in time for the big day!

By Jenny Krane
January 16, 2019

01/16/2019 — Roses are red. Violets are blue. And both are the perfect surprise to brighten your home in February. When you order from these flower delivery services, you know you'll be getting a stunning floral display that your Valentine will love—and you'll be confident that they will get to their house on time if you order far enough ahead.

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Pastel Preserved Flower Bouquet

Make your gift last longer by ordering preserved flowers from Farmgirl Flowers. The soft-colored pink roses and nearly-white peonies give this arrangement a vintage vibe. The bigger blooms are complemented by pastel hues of fillers like globe amaranth and astilbe. It comes in a hand-dipped ceramic vase and is paired with a candle from Simply Curated. The preserved flowers last at least 12 months.

Order it: Time After Time, $99, Farmgirl Flowers

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Red Rose and Baby's Breath Bouquet

Nothing looks as classic as red roses and baby's breath for a Valentine's Day arrangement. Green leaves fill in the ruby-red vase and make the arrangement look full. Choose from 12 or 18 stems.

Order it: Blooming Love (18 stems), $90, 1-800-Flowers

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Heart-Shaped Lucky Bamboo Plant

Even if your Valentine isn't the flower type, you can still give them something green. ProFlowers has an arrangement of Dracaena sanderiana trained into heart shapes that is the perfect alternative arrangement. This arrangement comes in a clear vase with small stones, but you can add a contemporary wood planter with gold designs for an extra $10. Care for this arrangement is simple—just swap out the water once a week.

Order it: Double the Love Heart Bamboo, $40, ProFlowers

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Purple Flower Arrangement

You don't have to stick with classic Valentine's Day colors like red and white—go for unexpected colors like purple. This arrangement comes in a violet vase and is perfect for purple-lovers. Lavender roses, daisy poms, purple Peruvian lilies, stock, statice, and greenery fill out the arrangement with a variety of violet hues.

Order it: Lavender Dreams (extra-large), $75, 1-800-Flowers

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Bold Anemone Bouquet

This arrangement is all dressed up with nowhere to go but your Valentine's front door. "Black Tie" comes in a dimpled, black cylinder glass that brings out the dark centers of 15 stems of anemones. Tailored like a good suit, this arrangement will surely be an unexpected surprise.

Order it: Black Tie, $73, Farmgirl Flowers

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Potted Pink Calla Lilies

Welcome spring early with a gift of potted pink calla lilies. The trumpet-shape of these blooms is eye-catching, and the sword-like leaves give the arrangement height. This plant is the perfect centerpiece for a Valentine's table.

Order it: Potted Pink Calla Lily, $40, ProFlowers

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Romantic Neutral Flower Arrangement

This arrangement is ultra-feminine and full and has a palette of neutral, peachy colors. Roses, carnations, lisianthus, chrysanthemums, statice, dusty miller, bupleurum, and huckleberry full the mercury glass vase with texture and color. Send just the arrangement or add extras like balloons, stuffed animals, or chocolates.

Order it: Endless Lovelies Bouquet (premium), $80, Teleflora


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