Make someone's special day last way past sunset with bright-coloured petals that continue to glow long after the candles have been blown out. Birthdays come but once a year, so take the opportunity to really spoil someone with flowers.
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First order was great, but second order when I left a message was poor as there is no phone contact details and the e mail reply went into junk mail and my order was then a day late... not impressed when its for a birthday!
Very good service, easy & straightfoward to do an online order. A birthday gift for a friend
Birthday flower delivery services
Send birthday flowers for delivery to her office or workplace or directly to the home. Make sure to specify any specific delivery details on the recipient address page in the checkout. You can order flowers for delivery up until 10pm for free delivery the next day. Sunday birthday flower delivery is also available (except on days preceding bank holiday Mondays), and our Sunday flower delivery service is now free - order before 5pm on Saturday. In case you were about to forget, same day delivery of flowers for someone's birthday is also possible at a delivery surcharge of £6.99. If the recipient lives abroad, you can send birthday flowers with our International flower delivery service - varying delivery charges applies.
Birthday flower suggestions
For useful tips about seasonal flowers that would be suitable for a birthday please check out our blog.We can also offer some advice, whether you are sending flowers for a relative's birthday or to a partner or even when you fancy someone anonymously.
In general bright cheerful and happy coloured bouquets of any variety are suitable flowers for a birthday, but take your cues from the style and personality of the person you are sending birthday wishes to. If she prefers stylish white and muted interiors, send her white roses - and you can never go wrong. If you are sending flowers to a woman and not wishing to have the intent and message misconstrued as being of a romantic ulterior motive, stick to yellow colours, and roses are OK too. Whilst in the UK sending someone white serene lilies can be a wonderful gesture, romantic even, do take note that in many countries and cultures white lilies are associated with funerals and death. In many European countries white lilies is a no-no for anything but condolences.