Mother’s Day Flowers 2012

Mother’s Day History
Strangely but yes, the origin of Mother’s day dates back to the time of Greeks and Romans. Although the Mother’s Day celebrated today all around the world is believed to get its roots from the start of official Mother’s Day celebration in USA but it is said that much before than that in history the Mothering Sunday was celebrated in UK. Today the Mother’s Day that is celebrated doesn’t hold the history of even being 100 years old. Today around 46 different countries in world celebrate Mother’s Day although on different dates. This day is really an opportunity for all to honor their mother’s. The idea of official celebration of Mothers day in US was first suggested by Julia Ward Howe in 1872 while Anna Jarvis is recognized as the Founder of Mother’s Day in US. Anna Jarvis although never married or had no children yet she is called the Mother of Mother’s Day.

Mother’s Day 2012 Flowers
Carnations are actually considered to be the official flower for Mother’s Day in Canada and also the United States along with the tradition of wearing a carnation corsage or boutonniere representing the living status of one’s mother. Incorporating some pink and white carnations into a Mother’s Day flower bouquet is extremely symbolic of their origin, yet not everyone knows the meanings behind the colors or perhaps kinds of flowers in Mother’s Day floral arrangements. To make sure their mother knows how much they are valued on this day. This can be easily done with a gift of Mother’s Day flowers. While looking into how you can choose the perfect flowers for a Mother’s Day flower Bouquet the most important thing is to choose from your heart.

Mothers Day Flowers
International Mothers Day – Sunday 13th May 2012. International Mothers Day falls on Sunday May 13th. As always, we’ve come up with some beautiful bouquets and fabulous flower offers for elivery to your mum this Mothering Weekend. Whatever her favourite flowers, we’ve got it covered.

Flowers Gift For Mother’s Day 2012

– Mixed bouquets

– Carnations

– Daffodils

– Roses

– Tulips

– Freesia

– Pot chrysanthemums

– Iris

– Lily

– Foliage plants

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