Mothers Day Flowers
Mother’s Day. Is there a more appropriate day to send flowers to the one you love? Mother’s Day, or originally known as Mothering Day, emerged from the custom worship of mothers in ancient Greece and through Europe. The most common gift in this time was a bouquet of wild flowers picked by those who could not afford special gifts for their mothers. This tradition of giving flowers to their mothers was not just something that was seen as the easiest gift to give, but over the years became the essence of gift giving, because it wasn’t the material value of the gift, but the love and meaning behind it that really makes flowers a special gift.
Florist Works Australia makes this great gift of sending flowers available with only a few short clicks online. Flowers can be delivered on the same day that the order is put in, but, on mother’s day, in order to ensure that delivery of your selected flowers is received on this day you must get your order in early. Flowers are a great gift to those who have it all. A mother generally feels like she’s got it all when she has kids, a home and a settled family, so what better way to show your love and appreciation of your mother, or your wife, by giving them a beautiful bouquet of their favourite, freshly selected flowers, that Florist Works delivers right to their doorstep.
Florist works is not a one trick pony; they deliver flowers, gift baskets and gift hampers on mother’s day to not only Australia and its capital cities: Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Darwin, and Brisbane, but to counties all over the UK, states all over the USA and states all over New Zealand. Exhibit A indicating Florist Works flexibility: You were born in America, and came over to, let’s say Australia to study. You think you want to send your mum something for mother’s day, but can’t see how. You hear about Florist Works and about how they are stationed in many countries, and get excited at the prospect of being able to have a gift delivered to your mother for Mother’s Day. Then you realise your mum doesn’t really like flowers and find yourself in a sticky situation. You then browse Florist Works’ website and discover the wide variety of gift baskets and gift hampers that are at your disposal. Looking at this wide selection of gift baskets and hampers, you suddenly remember that your mum appreciates a great bit of chocolate. You spot the hamper containing a large variety of top quality chocolate, buy it and have it delivered to your mum in America on the second Sunday of May, mother’s day. You surprise mum with a well thought out gift and receive many praises and thank yous, all from just clicking a few things online, seems too easy doesn’t it? That’s because it is.
Mother's Day Around the World
Mother's Day is celebrated in March, April or May depending on the country.
Most countries celebrate Mother's Day on the second Sunday of May. These countries include Australia, United States of America, Canada and New Zealand. Mother's Day falls on the following dates:
- Sunday, May 8, 2011
- Sunday, May 13, 2012
- Sunday, May 12, 2013
- Sunday, May 11, 2014
- Sunday, May 10, 2015
- Sunday, May 8, 2016
The United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) and Ireland celebrate Mother's Day, which they sometimes call Mothering Sunday on the fourth Sunday of Lent. This year, Mothering Sunday is on Sunday April 3, 2011.
Arab countries celebrate Mothers Day on the vernal equinox - March 21 each year.
France, Sweden, Morocco, Tunisia celebrate Mothers Day on the last Sunday of May - May 29, 2011.
For more information, see the Wikipedia page on Mothers Day.
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