Send White Bouquets
Innocence. Purity. Mourning. New beginnings. White flower bouquets have numerous meanings, so you can use them in various situations and feel confident that your recipient will love them. In fact, there are very few occasions when white flowers would be a bad choice.
For white bouquets online, you can’t beat the brightness of farm-fresh flowers from The Bouqs Co. White flowers tend to turn dull and brown as they wilt, so you want your loved one to get them as fresh as possible.
Delivery for White Arrangements
When you schedule regular flower delivery, we won’t cut your flowers until after you place your order. Your friend, family member, or partner will receive them as soon as the next day after they’re cut. Some of our beautiful blooms even arrive in bud form, so they’ll stay pure, white, and bright for as long as possible.
Cutting flowers to order doesn’t just result in the freshest flowers - it’s also a more responsible way to handle flower delivery. Did you know traditional delivery methods result in as many as half the blooms being wasted since they sit around wilting until somebody buys them? We reduce flower waste by waiting until after you order to cut them.
When Should I Send White Flowers?
White flowers are for more than just weddings and funerals. Since they symbolize new beginnings and purity, white bouquets are also excellent for christenings, to celebrate the birth of a baby, or as a housewarming present.
Since white petals also look striking when added to mixed bouquets of other colors, you can send a bouquet with white blooms for any occasion you like.
What Type of Flowers Are White?
White is quite a common color, with dozens of flower types available in white varieties. Some of the most popular white flowers include: Roses, Petunias, Wisteria, Scabiosa, Tulips, Lilies, Calla lilies, Gerberas, Carnations, Hydrangea, Hibiscus, Daffodils, Daisies, Magnolias, Jasmine, Anemone, Camellia, Periwinkle, Dahlias, Delphiniums, Peonies, Alstroemeria, Columbine, Lilac, Orchids, Lupine, Chrysanthemums, Primrose, Ranunculus