By Shannon Hanrahan • May 22, 2015
Flowers are the perfect way to tell anyone special that you are thinking of them, parents, siblings, friends, significant others…you get the picture. So why do we only wait for special occasions or romantic holidays to send something in the mail? Probably because of how expensive they are right? Well they actually all aren’t as bad as you think! Of course, you can always pick flowers out of your garden or collect a few from a friendly neighbor here and there, but sending them will save you the hassle of putting an arrangement together. That is what the experts are here for. So as a huge believer that no kitchen should be without a floral arrangement, I am going to give you a few places where you can find cheap flower delivery under $20. Share some love with your friends or send yourself a little present. No one is going to judge you!
Flowers by Florists.com has one of the best deals I have ever seen on flower deliveries. You can get this beautiful Antique Lavender bouquet for $0. Yes you read that correctly. It will cost nothing to send this arrangement. It truly can’t get any better than that. Send one to everyone you know. They don’t have to know that is didn’t cost you a cent, and it will be sure to make their days just a little bit warmer. If purple isn’t where their hearts lie then check out the Fresh Spring Jubilee bouquet. It is pretty in pink in all the right ways and only $20 for the small bouquet! Whichever arrangement you chose will be perfect because you are showing someone how much they mean to you. It is the little things that count.
Maybe you are more into the “I picked these from my garden” look. Since not all of us are fortunate enough to live in a house and grow our own garden, FTD makes it possible to send fresh from the garden bouquets to anyone you want. Once again, this Wistful Wishes Gilliflower Bouquet will only cost you $20! Of course, you can upgrade and get a fuller bouquet and a vase, but the smaller version is simple and sweet and perfect for any occasion. I can see this bouquet on a summer table in the backyard for a Sunday brunch or family gathering. It is one of my favorites on their entire site and just so happens to be one of the least expensive.
If you want to leave your choice up to the experts, ProFlowers offers a $20 Grower’s Choice bouquet. Since their experts work directly with the growers, they are able to build arrangements on a daily basis and choose what is in style and fresh. Since they pick daily, each time your order this bouquet, it is likely to be different. It could be an arrangement of different flowers or all one type. Each delivery is the perfect surprise!
If you aren’t interested in any of the bouquets that cost $20 or less than at least take advantage of the many online coupon codes that we have for a variety of flower and gift merchants. You can save anywhere between 10%-25% on your orders, making any delivery a fantastic deal! One of my absolute favorite flower delivery services is The Bouqs. They have some of the most gorgeous arrangements out there, all collected from eco-friendly farming, and make the perfect gift for that special someone. I would also recommend these flowers as a gift to a host/hostess if you are going somewhere and don’t have time to go to one of the local flower stores. They will look far more expensive than they are, given that they only start at $40 with delivery included, and are sure to impress everyone who sees them.
Sending a beautiful flower bouquet to someone in your life doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming. There are plenty of ways to have flowers delivered for $20 or less without even leaving your computer. A little gesture like this can truly go a long way. If you really want to stop them in their tracks, try sending a handwritten letter to go along with the flowers. They won’t know what to do with themselves! In the end, it is just the thought that matters.
Shannon Hanrahan Shannon is a LA transplant from Philadelphia and a social media junkie. When she is not Pinteresting or Instagraming away, she enjoys eating dessert first, traveling to new places, and being a self-proclaimed DIY expert (aka HGTV addict).