Where To Order Flowers for Mother’s Day That’ll Actually Make Them Say *Oh, Wow*
She's not a regular mom, she's a cool mom. Sure, sending mom flowers for delivery on Mother's Day may seem about as groundbreaking as using a "cool mom" Mean Girls reference, but sometimes you have to give the people what they want, and what they want right now are pretty flowers and not-so-subtle allusions that take them back to yesteryear. (Not mad about it.) These 12 places to buy flowers for Mother's Day offer arrangements that are anything but ordinary, and there are options at every price point. If flowers aren't their thing, check out this Mother's Day experience gift guide while you're here. Shopping for a new mom? They'll love these must-have gifts.
Best places to order flowers for Mother's Day
Browse floral arrangements designed by a curated selection of independent florists on Floom. Because the arrangements are designed by local artisans, selections and prices vary by location, and the blooms never look generic. You can order up to four weeks ahead, and same-day delivery options are also available.
Matilda’s Bloombox ships beautiful DIY floral arrangements across the country, complete with a flower fact card and easy-to-follow video showing you how to arrange the blooms. The arrangement changes week to week, and is made with local and in-season flowers; this helps support local growers and is additionally great for those of us who are bad at making decisions. A single subscription starts at $39.
If your mom has a green thumb, try Bloomscape—the company will ship live plants right to her door. It has a large selection of both indoor and outdoor plants, including this adorable bromeliad pineapple ($65) that comes with its own pot. Prices start at $25 for ready-to-plant petunias and can go up to $195 for something like an extra large ficus tree, but there are many options in the under-$100 range.
Simple doesn’t necessarily mean boring, as evidenced by the gorgeous arrangements of a single type of flower—think Italian ranunculus, peonies, and snapdragons—from FlowerBx. (Seriously, they’re absolutely stunning in a vase and sure to get an IRL heart eyes emoji reaction). You can also gift mom a flower subscription, available as a weekly or monthly delivery. For curated Mother’s Day arrangements, prices range from $70 to $170.
The Sill is known for its beautiful array of live plants that can be delivered across the U.S., but if mom doesn’t really have a green thumb there are also several limited-edition DIY floral bouquet kits available. Just be sure to place your order by Friday, April 30 to ensure your order arrives in time for Mother’s Day. Prices start at as low as $28 for a single plant to $250 for an assortment of succulents.
This shop has pretty much all of your gifting bases covered, from flowers and plants to gift baskets and food. But the standout has to be the new collaboration with Jason Wu—five bouquets inspired by his latest ready-to-wear collection. Currently, you can find arrangements for under $50 or as high as $225 under Mother’s Day.
Options, options, options describes the vast assortment of flowers, plants, and gifts available at Urban Stems. But don’t worry, it isn’t overwhelming—it’s easy to narrow things down by occasion, flower type, and collection. The flowers are sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms, and next day nationwide delivery is available along with same-day delivery in NYC and DC. Note that bouquets range from $45 to $225.
Not only does this shop offer a range of different bouquets for you to gift Mom. But it also has all the essentials to satisfy her green thumb. This includes everything from garden tool kits and ceramic planters to watering cans and seeding to help start her own garden. However, if flowers are what you really want, prices throughout the site range from $68 to $128.
If you’re not sure what to get Mom this year, let the The Bouqs Mother’s Day section help you decide. There, you’ll find a vast selection of gorgeous roses, tulips, sunflowers, lilies, and other freshly plucked flowers from different farms across the country. As a bonus, next day delivery is available and a subscription can save you 30 percent off on your purchase right now. Just keep in mind, bouquets range from $49 $139.
Flowers don’t last forever, but Venus et Fleur bouquets do—sort of. The luxe floral company has become popular for their Eternity Roses (aka flowers that live for a year or more). They’re cut in Ecuador, treated with natural oils and a non-toxic formula, then packaged in Parisian-like hat boxes before being shipped to you. But the best part? The flowers require very little water and are available in multiple colors. Just note, the smallest bouquet starts at $98 while the biggest arrangement checks out at $1,999.
If you want to get Mom an interactive gift, consider getting an It’s By You DIY kit. Instead of selecting a pre-packaged arrangement, you have the power to play your own florist. The company will send you different blooms once a month (or based on your preference) along with instructions to arrange the flowers in a way you like. But for those who prefer to make a one-time purchase, you can pick up a floral kit anywhere between $30 and $65.
If you want to send some fresh flowers stat, these Benchmark Bouquets Flowering Fields on Amazon are here to rescue. All of their florals are hand-picked from local farms then delivered directly to you. By the way, every arrangement arrives in the bud stage and will bloom over the next two to three days. This bouquet includes a mix of sunflowers, seasonal greens and other fresh flowers.
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