It’s almost natural to give our mothers flowers of some sort on Mother’s Day right? Right! So this year let me give you a tidbit of advice regarding Mother’s Day and flowers:
The most common flowers that people tend to give for Mother’s Day are carnation flowers, which I absolutely hate carnations because they are also the most common flower seen at funerals and roses, which I absolutely love. Regardless of the flower choice that you make, I wanted to share a simple rule that my grandmother taught me about flowers shortly after loosing her mother. Here’s the trick about picking the color flowers for Mother’s Day: If you are buying flowers for a female that mother is deceased you would need to purchase white flowers and pink flowers if their mother is still living. Hope this tip was helpful for you and Happy Mother’s Day to you all!
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