12 Best Valentine’s Day Flower Bouquet Deliveries in the UK (2022)

12 Best Online Flower Delivery Services in the UK for Valentine’s Day 2022 (Image: GETTY)

Valentine’s Day has a lot of haters, but those who love it really love it – and try to make this special day as romantic as possible. While some negative people might say flowers are a cliché or an overdone Valentine’s Day tradition, we disagree – it’s a romantic classic, and you can’t go wrong with a classic.

Whereas a few years ago you would have had to brave a busy florist and buy wherever they had an overpriced bouquet left, now you can order your arrangement online, have it sent to your partner’s house, and wait for their thank you text.

If you’re the kind of person who tends to forget these kinds of occasions, you can even order them now for delivery on February 14th to ensure you don’t end up in the niche this year.

For the top 12 Valentine’s Day bouquets from the most trusted online florists, keep scrolling.

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This bouquet is described as ‘overflowing with love’ and the combination of roses, purple lisianthus, pink hypericum and other pretty blooms left us with no choice but to agree.

The Unconditional, Moonpig

The Unconditional, Moonpig (Image: Moon Pig)

This bright and beautiful bouquet is full of roses, apricot lisianthus and lavender antirrhinum; complemented by eucalyptus cinerea foliage, and is a sweet reminder of your unconditional love.

To buy: Lunar Pig (£60)

50 red roses, florist

50 red roses, florist (Image: Eflorist)

Do you know the one thing that beats a dozen red roses? 50 of them. Sent by Eflorist as buds, you can arrange them yourself at home and watch them blossom into a beautiful bouquet within 48 hours. This one also comes with a free chocolate bar, which is a bonus if your loved one has a sweet tooth.

To buy: Florist (£59.99)

True Romance Fresh Flower Bouquet, Amazon

True Romance Fresh Flower Bouquet, Amazon (Picture: Amazon)

There’s very little Amazon doesn’t stock, and that includes great flower arrangements like this.

A selection of 12 large fresh red roses make up this arrangement, bringing a definite wow factor.

To buy: Amazon (£34.99)

Dreaming of you, Flowercard

Dreaming of you, Flowercard (Picture: Flowercard)

A classic red rose bouquet interspersed with lush greens that will make a stunning display in someone special’s home.

To buy: Flowercard (£45)

The Nadia, flowery and wild

The Nadia, flowery and wild (Image: Bloom and Wild)

Not everyone is crazy about red roses, which makes this pastel bouquet filled with roses, alstroemeria, snapdragons, green bell and pitto a softer, more romantic option.

To buy: Flower and wild (£38)

12 Red Roses, Prestige Flowers

12 Red Roses, Prestige Flowers (Image: prestige flowers)

This bouquet will help you make a bold and passionate statement with 12 red roses, interspersed with splashes of baby’s breath and fragrant eucalyptus, framed by a palm leaf.

To buy: Prestige Flowers (£34.99)

The Letterbox Valentines Rainbow Roses, Funky Pigeon

The Letterbox Valentines Rainbow Roses, Funky Pigeon (Picture: Funky Pigeon)

One thing that’s hard about getting flowers delivered on Valentine’s Day is making sure your Valentine is home without blowing a surprise. This dilemma makes letterbox flowers, like these on Funky Pigeon, a good option.

Presented in a box that will fit straight through their mailbox, this extra bright bouquet is as unique and beautiful as your partner.

To buy: Funky Pigeon (£18.99)

No.1 Valentine's Day My Heart's Desire, Waitrose

No.1 Valentine’s Day My Heart’s Desire, Waitrose (Picture: Amazon)

Packed with 62 amazing stems of different kinds of roses, orchids and eucalyptus, this extra large display will make your partner’s jaw drop this Valentine’s Day.

To buy: Waitrose (£150)

Lush Valentine's Day bouquet in a vase, Interflora

Lush Valentine’s Day bouquet in a vase, Interflora (Image: Interflora)

Comes with its own glass vase, this beautiful combination of romantic flowers is handcrafted by a local florist so that each bouquet is unique and very special.

To buy: Interflora (£70)

Coral Meadow Bouquet, M&S

Coral Meadow Bouquet, M&S (Picture: M&S)

Vibrant colors like purple, pink and coral have been used to compose this stunning arrangement and are sure to brighten up anyone’s day.

To buy: M&S (£35)

12 sorbet roses, apple blossoms

12 sorbet roses, apple blossoms (Image: apple tree yard flowers)

Pretty pastels are just as romantic as red roses, making this bouquet of a dozen soft pink roses a winner this Valentine’s Day.

To buy: Apple Blossoms (£39.99)

Pretty in pink, arena flowers

Pretty in pink, arena flowers (Image: Arena Flowers)

This bouquet is described as ‘overflowing with love’ and the combination of roses, purple lisianthus, pink hypericum and other pretty blooms left us with no choice but to agree.

To buy: Arena Flowers (£38)

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