Thanksgiving Flowers and Bouquets
Send Thanksgiving bouquets to show family and friends your gratitude. The most popular fall flowers are orange roses, chrysanthemums, Peruvian lilies, and sunflowers. Set a welcoming table for holiday festivities with our beautiful Thanksgiving flowers. Consider sending a bouquet as a gesture of gratitude or select one for a mantel or tabletop in your own home to help bring charm to your celebrations. Whether you send one to a friend or treat yourself to an autumn arrangement, Proflowers delivers our fresh flowers quickly, so you never have to worry.
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Shop Our Full Thanksgiving Collection
At Proflowers, our Thanksgiving collection extends far beyond beautiful blooms and floral arrangements. Shop our full Thanksgiving assortment to see our huge selection of Thanksgiving gifts. For instance, while everyone appreciates flowers, you may want to send friends, family, and your host a lovely Thanksgiving plant instead. Flowers, while traditional, are ephemeral. By sending a graceful plant, you are giving the recipient a gift that may last for years. Our options include miniature roses and azaleas. We also offer orchids, an exotic and elegant plant that is always a surefire hit.
Our Thanksgiving gift baskets contain goodies to share on Thanksgiving Day. Our meat and cheese charcuterie gift basket, like our classic salami and cheese basket, can serve as hors d’oeuvres and a warm-up to the great feast. Belgian milk chocolate-covered strawberries are a wonderful complement to the dessert, perhaps accompanied by a delicious brew from our tea sampler gift basket. Send baskets of delicious cookies, fresh fruit, or our gourmet candy and chocolate gifts. You know these are gifts that are always appreciated!
Thanksgiving Flowers and Bouquets FAQs
What type of flowers do you send on Thanksgiving?
Proflowers has a stunning collection of orange rose bouquets and sunflower arrangements as well as other fall flowers that are perfect for a Thanksgiving gift — or even just because! While picking the right food can be tricky, as you’re never sure what a host or friend’s taste might be, a Thanksgiving flower arrangement is always sure to please. If you’re heading to someone’s home for Thanksgiving, sending a bouquet to say "thank you" in advance is always a thoughtful gesture. Or, if you live far from loved ones but want them to know that you’re thinking of them, sending them a Thanksgiving flower delivery will surely warm their hearts.
What color flowers do I use in a Thanksgiving bouquet?
The best Thanksgiving flowers reflect the hues of the season: deep crimson red, fiery orange, and joyful yellow. A bouquet that echoes the changing leaves will make a welcome gift for anyone you’d like to impress this Thanksgiving season. If you live somewhere where the leaves turn beautiful colors, placing your Thanksgiving arrangement of folksy orange carnations or eye-popping lily flowers near a window is a great way to connect with nature. Placing your bouquet where it will get plenty of sunlight will also ensure a longer life for your autumnal arrangement.
What about Thanksgiving centerpieces?
Looking for the perfect way to decorate your tablescape? Our Thanksgiving centerpieces fill that bill. Consider the classic Thanksgiving centerpiece, the cornucopia, or Horn of Plenty. Since ancient times, the cornucopia has symbolized the bounty of the fall harvest. Everyone has something they are thankful for on this holiday, but all are grateful for the abundance of food and loved ones gathered around the Thanksgiving table. A striking centerpiece, whether a cornucopia, bouquet, or arrangement of seasonal flowers, adds joy and color.
Where can you buy flowers on Thanksgiving?
Proflowers’ Thanksgiving bouquets are available throughout the season. We also offer same day delivery on a number of arrangements, so if you’ve waited until the last minute, don’t fret; Proflowers has you covered. We select only the most vibrant blooms for our bouquets. So, you can rest assured that if you send your Thanksgiving floral arrangements a few days before the holidays, they’ll still be bright and fresh on the big day.