Written by Natalie Mootz | Last Updated October 30th, 2019Natalie has been writing for the web since dinosaurs roamed the earth. Or at least since dinosaurs achieved blogging technology. She's also written for About.com and Joystiq.
It's coming... you can hear the theme from Jaws as it sneaks up behind you... Valentine's Day is this Saturday! AAAAGGGHHHH! (That's the sound of a great white Valen-shark munching your toes.)
You've got to get your act together. You don't want to blow a goal-line call like the Seahawks did last week. Well, never fear, intrepid Valentine, we've got your back. Here are 5 new choices in the Valentine's Flower Delivery game that can help you set your squeeze's heart afire.
- The Bouqs - The Bouqs has a $40 delivery fee for all orders, even those coming from a volcano on the equator! They partner with sustainable, eco-friendly farms for reasonable prices. Additionally, they offer a concierge service that can make ongoing deliveries automatic for you.
- BloomNation - Unlike many floral delivery services, BloomNation works directly with local florists which saves you money and allows you to choose from the truly unique floral designs in your locale. It also offers customer reviews for each florist so you're not choosing blindly.
- The Bouqs - The Bouqs has a $40 flat fee for all orders, even those coming from a volcano on the equator. They partner with sustainable, eco-friendly farms for reasonable prices. Additionally, they offer a concierge service that will make ongoing deliveries automatic for you.
- BloomThat - If you're in California, BloomThat offers a selection of curated bouquets through its iOS app (sorry, nothing for Android yet). They describe their service as "ridiculously fast," which means you can choose a bouquet and have it delivered within 90 minutes of ordering. Delivery charges start at $35.
- Amazon Curated Flower Collection - You think you know all about Amazon, but here's a little twist: Amazon opened a fresh flower delivery service last fall via their online Gourmet Grocery store. Some bouquets can be delivered for free for Amazon Prime members. Be sure to check the estimated delivery time on your bouquets, which can sometimes take 1-2 days, so you can get your order in on time.