Mother’s Day is coming , which in Spain is celebrated every year on the first Sunday of May. The perfect occasion to show our mothers our unconditional love and our admiration for them and how much we love them even if we do not tell them so often. The ideal excuse to strengthen our relationship with them. And, obviously, mothers are delighted to feel that day the center of attention and receive details from their children. In this sense, flowers are always an excellent option to give to our mothers, since they are a very special natural detail that they always love.
A gesture that, since time immemorial, has been related to generosity and love. Arriving even in the Vistorian era to have its own language, where each flower and each color had its own meaning. A time when expressing feelings openly was seen as very bad eyes, so young people expressed their feelings in this beautiful way. Today, although they are no longer used with this sense, the truth is that we continue to remember many meanings of this language of flowers so beautiful that this era bequeathed us and that we can take advantage of to emphasize our message when sending flowers at home in the Mother’s Day.
For this reason, a nice bouquet of flowers is worth all the material gifts of the world, being able to transmit all kinds of messages without saying a single word. And is that giving flowers is very valuable because we are giving that person something beautiful, with a very pleasant fragrance and a little piece of nature. Therefore, it is not a mere material gift, but its meaning goes much further.
Where does the tradition of giving flowers come from?
The tradition of giving flowers dates back to the Ancient Age, specifically to Egyptian culture. In the Egyptian mythology, the goddess Isis was the mother of all divinities, considered as the goddess of motherhood and birth, for which she was always honored and honored with a deep respect for her great fertility power. In Greek mythology, there was the goddess Rhea and in Rome and in Asia the goddess Cibeles, who were the ones who represented this role.
However, although the mother figure was honored, the flowers did not begin to take center stage until the seventeenth century. Period in which every fourth Sunday of Lent was dedicated to the figure of the Virgin and offerings were made in the church as a way of respect and gratitude to be his son.
Mother’s Day would be a tradition later taken to the American lands through the colonizers. At that time Mother’s Day was celebrated on December 8 for being the day of the Immaculate Conception, although later it would be passed on the first Sunday in May for both Christian reasons and for being the month of the Virgin par excellence and the month in the one that the spring brought its first flowers, when the nature is fresher and renewed.
Therefore, this day is ideal to thank our mothers with the fragrance and the flower bellza. And the spring symbolizes life, just as our mothers gave us life after taking us for several months in their womb. So, giving flowers on Mother’s Day is a beautiful tradition that shows the purest and most eternal love to that person who has given us life.
What are the best flowers to give on Mother’s Day?
As we have said, flowers are the best gift for Mother’s Day, but you may be wondering what kind of arrangement to choose or what kind of plant your mother would like the most. Surely you know her very well and you know what she might like. Therefore, in Florist Petals we always recommend that you spend a few minutes thinking what you feel for it to be able to trasnmitírselo and think a bit about their way of being to find just what you might like. Your intuition will be perfect, since nobody better than you knows it.
In any case, the simple fact that you remembered her and you had the point of sending her a nice bouquet of flowers will be enough to get her excited. Regardless if you decide to send a bouquet of roses, daisies, carnations, gerberas or lilies. Of course, if you feel passion for gardening, the best option is always a nice basket of plants that can take care. In this way, he will remember you every time he looks at them.