Let's talk (flower) shop. While there's nothing better than receiving fresh flowers on Valentine's Day, there's nothing worse than a half-fresh bouquet not even worthy of Instagram . . . rough, we know. Luckily, there are a few movers and shakers in the floral industry looking to forever change the way we send and receive blooms. Making customer service a priority, florists like New York's Petal by Pedal  or San Francisco's BloomThat  are working hard to deliver beautiful buds. Ladies, if there were ever a post to send to your guy, it's this one.
Known for simplicity and speed, San Francisco's BloomThat  is truly changing floral delivery as we know it. Instead of offering several options, the company puts together a small selection of locally sourced flowers for customers to choose from. Better yet, orders can be placed through the BloomThat app , and all bouquets are delivered within 90 minutes. We're a fan of its specials too! We recently used the app to deliver Stumptown Coffee  and cookies to a friend.
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Heads up! If you need to impress a business colleague or style a big event, turn to H.Bloom . Its speciality is high-quality bouquets and installations that are delivered by hand. Based in several design studios across the country, it's famous for its custom subscription service that helps to ensure blooms match perfectly with your style and space.
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Petal by Pedal
Famous for delivering bouquets by bike, Petal by Pedal  takes pride in offering the best of what local growers have to offer. Since it truly believes in seasonal blooms, you only choose the arrangement's size — petite or plentiful — and let the experts do the rest. It's currently based in New York, but we hope to see it expand into more cities soon!
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Founded by Taylor Tomasi Hill, the former creative director of Moda Operandi, TTHBlooms  is where fashion meets flowers. Currently only available to New York clients, Taylor's eye for style clearly translates into her arrangements. Often comprised of miniature blooms displayed in jars and adorned with craft paper and twine, she hopes to expand into wedding  florals too. But until then, let her Instagram feed  spark your creativity.
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The Bouqs Co.
The Bouqs Co.  has based its entire business on customer service to ensure a straightforward and honest purchase. The flowers are farm fresh, the ordering is simple, and the product is pretty. What more could you ask for?
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Let's all agree that generic bouquets are the worst, OK? Thankfully, BloomNation  is on a mission to change that. Working closely with local florists, the company makes sure recipients are surprised with only the best. There are no service fees, either; you pay the local price, nothing more.
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Often spotted in our very own POPSUGAR offices, Farmgirl Flowers  promises simple, local, and beautiful buds. Based in San Francisco, the company only offers one daily arrangement at the lowest possible price. Mark our words, you won't be disappointed, especially if you're the lucky recipient of a burlap-wrapped bouquet.
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