Valentine's Day is almost upon us. Chances are, there's someone in your life who's expecting some flowers (and if that someone is yourself, that's fine too—we've all pulled a Cher Horowitz at least once). Either way, don't fall victim to the perils of never-ending 1-800 calls. These five online flower services make ordering a romantic bouquet a feasible reality in just a few quick swipes.
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Besides releasing new bouquets each month (The Bey, pictured above, is part of a limited-time collection of pop-star inspired arrangements), UrbanStems includes a handwritten note with each order and even sends you a photo confirmation to notify you when it arrives—so you can be rest assured this #flawless assortment of roses is in good hands.
Available at UrbanStems | $80
4. THE BOUQS CO.
Bringing a whole new meaning to "farm fresh," The Bouqs Co. cuts your flowers the same day you order them and delivers them straight to your door for as little as $40 (with shipping included). Plus, each bouquet arrives in packaging made from all recyclable materials—some even come with succulents that can last for up to a year if watered properly.
Available at The Bouqs Co. | $75
Each one of BloomThat's Instagram-worthy arrangements goes beyond basic bouquets, rendering them perfect for your significant other or best friend—especially with Galentine's Day offerings like The Pack To the Future, which includes a T-shirt emblazoned with "The Future is Female," rosé-flavored gummies, and a rose hibiscus face mist, with $5 from every sale going toward Planned Parenthood.
Available at BloomThat | $49