We believe in the importance of recognizing special occasions. We bake fresh cookies from our ovens every day to package and send for the special occasions in the lives of those close to you. Whether you are sending one of our homemade gifts to one person or to several, we’ll bake plenty to share and enjoy!
For us, CookieBouquets.com is about people. It's about relationships. And it's about cookies. Family, friends, and business associates... sugar, chocolate chip, and peanut butter...
How It All Started
What began as a simple, delightful baby shower gift eventually grew into a small business and labor of love for founders Dinene Clark and mother, Evelyn Smith. Dinene and Evelyn founded Cookie Bouquets in 1983 as a home-based, family business. As demand grew, Cookie Bouquets expanded into a retail store, catalog, and online business, adding along the way relatives, friends, neighbors, and business associates.
Today, the Cookie Bouquets family has proudly been in business for 31 years with over 200 combined years of baking experience. While new cookie flavors, products, and generations of bakers have been added to the family over the years, Cookie Bouquets still bakes its cookies exactly the same way Dinene and Evelyn did three decades ago: one batch at a time following grandma’s recipes.
What Makes Us Different
You’ll never forget the taste of grandma’s homemade cookies. Our cookies baked by the grandmas at Cookie Bouquets will delight you just as much. And after 31 years in business, let’s be honest, we’re all grandmas now!
We bake each batch of cookies like we would for our own families. We take pride in our work and understand the importance of working together. Building and maintaining relationships is what Cookie Bouquets is all about. This extends past our family to you, our customer. We want you to feel good about choosing Cookie Bouquets to send gifts for your special occasions. We want you to be a part of our large and growing extended family. Family is what has kept us together over the years and what continues to push us forward: you’ll taste that in our cookies.