Easter Flowers Hand Delivered by Local Florists

 Order Easter Florist Choice flowers

Easter Florist Choice

Let the experts work their magic with a unique Easter treat made with the freshest blooms of the day.



With spring in the air and a multitude of blooms awakening from their winter slumber, swap out sending chocolates for flowers this Easter. Whether you’re ordering a beautiful arrangement for a loved one or ordering flowers for your home to celebrate this special time of year, Easter flowers delivered by Direct2Florist’s network of professional florists are sure to impress.

 Order Tulip Temptations flowers

Tulip Temptations

A cheerful tulip posy hand-tied featuring a variety of beautiful colours carefully selected by the local florist. Hand-delivered in a gift bag or box.


 Order Eternal Charm flowers

Eternal Charm

What could be more perfect than this fabulous collection of quality flowers hand-tied and delivered in water.

 Order You`re Wonderful flowers

You`re Wonderful

A spring hand tied in a glass vase in a lovely mix of flowers and colours.


All of our Easter floral arrangements are individually designed to suit your needs by a florist local to where they’re being sent. They’re also personally delivered by hand – with same-day or even next day flower delivery possible if you order before 2pm. Just select the Easter bouquet that you know they’ll love, submit your order and leave the rest to us. Our expert local florists will turn the freshest flowers into a hand-tied bouquet and deliver it to your loved one’s door.

 Order Splash of Colour flowers

Splash of Colour

A vibrant gerbera posy hand-tied featuring a mix of colours carefully selected by the local florist. Hand-delivered in a gift bag or box.

 Order Wrap of Colour flowers

Wrap of Colour



Easter is the ideal time of the year to send flowers to a loved one. Spring blooms, such as tulips, narcissi and irises are flowering, perfectly capturing the essence of renewal and rebirth celebrated at this time of the year.Traditional Easter lilies – the most popular flower of the period – are also at their peak.

To help create the most stunning bouquets that will last and last, our florists always look out for flowers with several unopened buds, as these flowers will stay fresher for longer. To further prolong their lifespan, we also recommend changing the water in the vase regularly and keeping the blooms away from heat sources such as radiators or even direct sunlight so that you or your recipient will be able to enjoy them for weeks to come.
Bring life and colour to a loved one’s home this Easter and celebrate the arrival of spring!

 Order Sparkling Champagne flowers

Sparkling Champagne

 Order Meadow Fresh flowers

Meadow Fresh

A vibrant collection of fresh flowers with a touch of spring. Delivered in a complimentary gift box / bag.

 Order Lemon & Lime flowers

Lemon & Lime

A beautiful collection of flowers simply wrapped and ready to arrange.


This Easter will see numerous people sending flowers to friends and family, or buying flowers for their homes. Indeed, Easter is a great time to send flowers – both nationally and internationally – as the arrival of spring (in the northern hemisphere at least) brings with it a much greater variety of flowers. Most of the spring bulb flowers will be readily available and, as the mercury rises and more sunshine (hopefully) shows its face, many flower farms will become awash with colour. But what is the history behind flowers at Easter?

The most popular flower at this time of the year is the lily and there’s plenty of legend and folklore surrounding the significance of this lovely flower. The Easter lily, as it is often referred to, is the longiflorum lily, a flower that’s highly regarded as symbol of elegance, beauty, spirituality, hope and life.

Easter lilies

In the Christian world, the lily has come to symbolise the resurrection of Jesus because of its delicacy of form and its snow white colour. Every year, on the first Sunday after the first paschal full moon after the March equinox, Easter Sunday is celebrated, with churches filled with exquisite Easter lilies. Churches frequently adorn altars and surrounding crosses with the flowers in order to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Legend has it that the blood of Jesus, as it fell from the cross, was by a miracle transformed into flowers which filled heaven and earth.

What to look out for

When buying lilies for Easter, always look out for flowers with several unopened buds – just as Direct2Florist’s local professional florists do – as these flowers will stay fresher for longer, if the water in the vase is regularly changed, the pollen-bearing anthers are removed and the flowers are kept away from a heat source such as a radiator, fire or, if we’re lucky, direct sunlight. With potted lilies, keep the soil moist but not overly wet. Finally, keep lilies away from cats – our feline friends like to eat them, despite the fact they’re poisonous.