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WHY WE SEND MOTHER’S DAY FLOWERS

In England, Mother's Day falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent, which usually falls in March. This means that March is the perfect time to buy your mum a bouquet of Mother's Day flowers to express gratitude, love, and appreciation. Giving flowers on this day is thought to honour and celebrate the selfless love and sacrifices mothers make daily. Bouquets symbolise mothers' beauty and nurturing qualities and serve as a token of our love and admiration.

Our beautiful bouquets feature a single burst of colour with the best classic and seasonal flowers available. Each bouquet ships with free courier delivery in recyclable packaging with a free personalised card; all you have to do is add your message. All our flowers are sourced from responsible growers and selected from the freshest flowers available, so spreading the joy of spring has never been easier. We're passionate about our seasonal flowers and ensure they receive the care they deserve at every step; plus, we offer a 100% Happiness Guarantee.

Please note that if a pictured flower isn't available, we will substitute it with one of equal or higher value in a similar style and colour. And remember, slight variations in flower colour are a natural occurrence that fluctuates according to seasonal weather changes and the time of year. When your bouquet arrives, trim the stems and place them in fresh water, follow our care instructions, and enjoy their beauty for longer.

WHAT COLOURS ARE BEST FOR MOTHER’S DAY FLOWERS?

When it comes to choosing Mother's Day flowers in England, pink is the most popular colour choice. It is usually paired with white and has long been associated with love, appreciation, and admiration. Pink flowers like carnations, chrysanthemums, and lilies are popular choices for this occasion. However, the classic English rose remains the most popular Mother's Day flower in England. This traditional flower symbolizes love, beauty, and appreciation. Other popular flowers for Mother's Day include tulips and freesias.

Yellow is also a popular colour for Mother's Day because it is often associated with happiness and brightness. These cheerful blooms are perfect for making any mother feel special and showing her how much you care.

If you want to give something more unique, consider mixing up the colours. While pink and white are classic Mother's Day choices, you can also go for your mum's favourite shade or opt for a mix of roses and spring flowers. When selecting a bouquet, you should also take into account your mother's personality and preferences. Soft blues, greens, and yellows will look beautiful in any room and show your mum that you've put some thought into her gift.

Regardless of the flower type you choose, the most important thing is that it comes from the heart. Your mother will appreciate any flower you select and will love the thought and effort you put in. Sending a bouquet of Mother's Day flowers is an excellent way to show your gratitude for everything she has done for you, and it will make her feel special. So, don't forget to get your mum a beautiful bouquet of flowers this Mother's Day.

FUN FACTS ABOUT MOTHER’S DAY BOUQUETS:

  • Historical Roots: Mother's Day, as we know it today, originated in the early 20th century when Anna Jarvis campaigned to honour her own mother. The tradition of giving flowers on Mother's Day began soon after as a way to express love and appreciation..
  • Top Flower Choices: The most popular flowers for Mother's Day bouquets include roses, tulips, lilies, and carnations. Each flower carries its own symbolism, with roses often representing love and admiration, while tulips symbolise elegance and grace.
  • Busy Season: Mother's Day is one of the busiest times of the year for florists, with a significant increase in the demand for bouquets and floral arrangements. Many florists prepare weeks in advance to meet the high volume of orders.
  • Personalised Touch: Many people choose to personalise their Mother's Day bouquets by selecting flowers that hold special significance to their mothers, like their favourite blooms or colours. Adding personal touches like handwritten notes or unique vase arrangements adds an extra layer of thoughtfulness.
  • Global Celebration: While Mother's Day is celebrated on different dates around the world, the tradition of giving flowers to mothers is common across many cultures. From carnations in the United States to chrysanthemums in Japan, flowers play a central role in honouring mothers worldwide.

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