7 Super-Easy Ways to Get Mom Flowers on Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day is coming up, and we know you’re hunting for some gorgeous blooms to surprise your mom. But shopping for arrangements can get overwhelming fast: There are tons of options, a million annoying up-sells and then once you get to the final checkout screen, you’re not even sure what you’re actually ordering! We hear you, and we can all agree that moms deserve the best of the best. This Mother’s Day, you can make sure their flower delivery is an awesome one with one of these services.
Cali residents, you’ll definitely want to check out Bloom That. Their bouquets are designed around what’s fresh and in-season, so you don’t have to worry about wilty flowers arriving at your mom’s doorstep. We’re also in love with their headache-free ordering process. Instead of offering a ton of options, they put together a simple selection of the best flowers available.
Flower Muse picks their blooms from farms for a super-fresh, long-lasting bouquet. They also offer free shipping and no annoying up-sells. With Mother’s Day bouquets for under $60, you’ll probably have enough to pick up some chocolate too!
If you’d like to get something a little less traditional for Mom on May 10, we’re loving Jane Carroll’s quirky arrangements. If your Mom loves to cook, send her a bouquet in a mixing bowl or cake pan, or go straight for the giggles and send her a hand-carved pig.
4. The Bouqs: The Bouqs cuts their flowers on the day of delivery for a gorgeous, fresh arrangement. With a succulent or two tucked into her bouquet, she’ll be the trendiest mom on the block.
5. Ode a la Rose: This sweet-and-simple floral company offers same-day delivery in Manhattan and next-day delivery throughout most of the Northeast. They send out photos of each arrangement, so there won’t be any unpleasant surprises for you or your mom.
If your mom is more into houseplants, you should definitely check out The Sill. Not only do we love the idea of gifting our moms something with more than a one-to-two week lifespan, but The Sill also makes some seriously solid points for houseplants: They’re proven to lift your mood, purify your air and add charm to any space.
7. Flowerbud: One problem with having flowers delivered is wondering how long they’re going to last. Flowerbud only sends the absolute freshest flowers available — they’re still in buds when they arrive, so you and Mom can watch them bloom.