Mothers day Flowers

When did you last make your mother feel really special? Here’s the perfect way to show her how much she means to you. Don’t even think about those dodgy petrol station carnations – our distinguished Mother’s Day flowers are a cut above the rest – just like your mum! Put a smile on her face and order yours now to ensure delivery in time for the big day.

Mother’s day is an opportunity to celebrate our mothers and guardians for all the wonderful things that they do (and have done).  Whether you’re thousands of miles from home or spending the big day with her, make sure your mother knows how much you think of her; send her our beautiful Mother’s day flowers and she’ll know just how special you think she is.  Choose our bouquets to make your Mother’s Day.  Send traditional Mother’s Day flowers, or something unusual but make sure it comes from the heart. The most important person in everyone’s life is their mother. That is why it is so important to send a Mothers Day Gift. Mothering Sunday is a traditional time to celebrate our love for Mothers everywhere by sending Mothers Day flowers or gifts.

n most countries, Mother’s Day is a recent observance derived from the holiday as it has evolved in America. When it was adopted by other countries and cultures, it was given different meanings, associated to different events (religious, historical or legendary), and celebrated in a different date or dates.

Some countries already had existing celebrations honoring motherhood, and their celebrations have adopted several external characteristics from the US holiday, like giving carnations and other presents to your own mother.

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, there was a celebration called Mothering Sunday, which fell on the fourth Sunday of Lent (3 April in 2011). Most historians believe that it originated from the 16th century Christian practice of visiting one’s mother church annually on Laetere Sunday, which meant that most mothers would be reunited with their children on this day when young apprentices and young women in servitude were released by their masters that weekend. As a result of secularization, it was then principally used to show appreciation to one’s mother, although it is still recognized in the historical sense by some churches, with attention paid to Mary the mother of Jesus Christ as well as the traditional concept ‘Mother Church’.

By 1935 Mothering Sunday was less celebrated in Europe. The idea was revived by the American soldiers who came to fight in World War II, who celebrated Anna Jarvis’ Mother’s Day on the second Sunday of May. People from Ireland and UK started celebrating Mother’s Day on the fourth Sunday of Lent, the same day on which Mothering Sunday had been celebrated before it disappeared. Some traditions were revived, such as the tradition of eating cake on that day, although they now eat simnel cake instead of the cakes that were traditionally prepared at that time.

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2 thoughts on “Mothers day Flowers

  1. Lucy says:

    Wishing you a great mother’s day, we had it brilliant in London 🙂 and aaaaaaall was purple, lilac and white 😉
    best regards from London

  2. Doug Munro says:

    Good history of Mother’s Day, although recognized in many countries throughout the world many people don’t realize the history behind the custom.

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