Internationally, Mother’s Day is a day for celebrating motherhood by honouring mothers and matriarchs within our families. This honouring of maternal bonds, originally started out in America in 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial to commemorate her mother. This later resulted in Mother’s Day being established as a recognised holiday in the United States as of 1914, and it wasn’t long until this worthy celebration spread worldwide.
In China, Mother’s Day is celebrated in the glorious Springtime, when the flowers are in bloom on the second Sunday of May, also known as Mothering Sunday. ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ in Pin Yin can be pronounced as; ‘mu qin jie kuai le’. As with other countries, Chinese Mother’s Day is associated with adorning mothers, grandmothers and sometimes aunties with well deserved gifts.
It is common to give hand written cards which describe your thanks to your mother or grandmother as a means of expressing your gratitude for their continued efforts within the family; be it for working or for keeping a clean and tidy household, all mother’s deserve to be appreciated.
What is considered as extra special, however, is the gift of flowers. Flowers are known internationally and within China as a beautiful joyful gift, both to give and to receive. What better gift to give to the lady who gave you life than another form of life? Flowers are often associated with vitality, happiness and joy – exactly what your mother deserves!
There’s no nicer surprise than a bouquet of fresh, colourful flowers arriving on your doorstep, especially when sent by those who treasure you the most. Whether she chooses to place them in a window box outside, plant them in her garden to show the neighbours, or puts them in a vase to decorate the house, your mother will be adorned with beautiful bursts of colour and fresh,fragrant scents. Our flowers last days before they wilt, so your mother will be guaranteed at least a weeks worth of joy from each bouquet.
Especially hand selected by professional Chinese florists to convey messages of gratitude, the vast range of flowers cater to every one’s taste with a large variety of bouquets in pinks, purples and reds to symbolise love, care and kindness. Each of these bouquets have been wrapped in soft tissue paper and tied with silk ribbon to ensure an elegant finishing touch and a pretty presentation.
Sometimes, due to distance, it can be difficult to hand deliver flowers on Mother’s Day, but don’t worry – flowers can easily be ordered over the Internet and we can disperse them efficiently across China. It couldn’t be easier, simply select from one of many beautiful bouquets for your beloved mother online and we’ll do the rest. We guarantee an easy, smooth delivery of your precious gifts to your precious mother.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed with our confidence, give your mother the gift of flowers, she deserves them. Don’t delay and remember, Chinese Mother’s Day is the second Sunday in May!