17 Valentine’s Day Gifts You Can Have Delivered
Forget last-minute bouquets from the supermarket—get your significant other one of these Valentine's Day delivery gifts that can be sent straight to their door.
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Flowers are one of the most iconic Valentine’s Day delivery gifts! You can call the local florist, or place an order on Amazon. From elaborate red rose bouquets to elegant lilies, just about any bloom can be delivered to your love’s doorstep—all with the added benefit of that sweet two-day Prime delivery.
Sweet, salty and all decked out for Valentine’s Day, this chocolate-covered pretzel gift from Harry & David will make your loved one swoon. They’ll enjoy a mix of Belgian milk, dark and white chocolates, plus an array of decorations. Conversation hearts, anyone?
If your valentine has a hard time deciding what dessert to order, this Milk Bar sampler lets them try a little bit of everything. Dig into truffles, cookies and a decadent pie slice. Sweet!
Happy Galentine’s Day! If you’re gifting to your gal pals, this Rose All Day set is ideal. It includes handblown pink wine glasses, Rose-inspired candies and a bottle of her favorite vino. This also makes a great “Will you be my bridesmaid?” gift.
This gift box from Packed with Purpose is loaded with everything your valentine needs to create the ultimate charcuterie board. (Think dried fruit, nuts, salami and more). Plus, each item is, quite literally, packed with purpose. The included brands all give back in some way, whether it’s to the earth or communities in need.
At the end of a long day, nothing beats a hot, relaxing shower. This set of four shower steamers elevates the experience with calming notes of lavender. Bonus: Your valentine can use them as a body scrub, too.
If your valentine can’t stand the thought of dying flowers, gift her a bouquet that will never wilt. These life-size paper beauties from Freshcut Paper come in an array of designs and include a notecard and mailing envelope for easy delivery.
Harry & David know how to put together a delicious treat basket, whether it’s Valentine’s Day or just Wednesday. You can shop a variety of Harry & David gifts, like this gorgeous package of chocolate-covered cherries. This is how to say “Happy Valentine’s Day” with food.
For the valentine who can’t get enough coffee, look no further than an Atlas Coffee Club subscription. This editor favorite sources single-origin beans from around the world. Each month your love will receive a bag of coffee (choose between whole or ground beans and a light or dark roast), plus brewing tips and a postcard from the country of origin.
We know it’s not quite the same as a hug from your loved one, but the sweet animal friend in this gift box is quite cuddly. Choose from a sloth, llama, bear or dog, then enjoy the included candle, matches and note, too.
Have a sweetheart without a sweet tooth? Forgo chocolate altogether and get something you know they’ll appreciate—like this sampler from Tea Drops that features five different types of tea. It’s perfect for tea drinkers who love a homemade brew. Find more gifts that aren’t a box of chocolates.
For your long-distance BFF, you can’t go wrong with this simple gift box from Etsy. It’s packed with a cute array of pick-me-ups, including a live succulent, candle and matches. Plus, you can add on a bunch of other trinkets to suit your pal’s tastes.