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Mother's Day bouquet in Singapore — the best choice for your loved ones

Mother's Day is a holiday in honor of motherhood, celebrated in various forms around the world. Mother's Day in Singapore 2022 is celebrated on Sunday, May 8th. Mother's Day traditionally includes giving mothers flowers, cards, and other gifts.

A bit about the history of Mother's Day

The idea of ​​praising motherhood goes back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, who held festivals in honor of Rhea and Cybele's mother goddesses. Still, the most striking modern precedent for Mother's Day is the early Christian holiday known as ‘Mother's Sunday.’

This holiday was once an essential tradition in the United Kingdom and Europe. It was celebrated on the fourth Sunday of Lent. It was initially seen when believers returned to their 'mother church' — the main church near their home.

Over time, the Mothering Sunday tradition evolved into a more secular holiday. Children gave their mothers flowers and other tokens of appreciation. This custom eventually fell out of favor before merging with American Mother's Day in the 1930s and 1940s.

The origins of Mother's Day, celebrated today, date back to the 19th century. In the years leading up to the Civil War, Ann Reeves Jarvis of West Virginia in the United States helped found 'Mother's Day Working Clubs' to teach local women how to take care of their children properly.

And her daughter, Anna Jarvis, made Mother's Day an official holiday. After her mother died in 1905, she conceived Mother's Day to honor the sacrifices mothers made to their children. In May 1908, she organized the first official Mother's Day celebration at a Methodist church in Grafton, West Virginia. By 1912, many states, cities, and churches had adopted Mother's Day as an annual holiday. Jarvis established the International Mother's Day Association to further its cause. Her perseverance paid off in 1914 when President Woodrow Wilson signed into law a law making the second Sunday in May officially Mother's Day.

Anna Jarvis chose to wear a white carnation as a symbol of this holiday.

In different countries, this holiday may fall at other times. But spring is the most regular season for celebrating Mother's Day. In Singapore, this day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May.

Mother's Day celebration in Singapore

Singapore has many different ways to celebrate Mother's Day. Among the most popular are the following.

·      Delivery of postcards, flowers, and sweets.
·      Meetings in the family circle.
·      Joint family visit to a restaurant or cafe.
·      Writing beautiful words or poems.
·      Joint trip to the cinema.
·      Any other Mother's Day afternoon tea in Singapore.

It is difficult to say which Mother's Day Singapore gift is the most popular. Perhaps, flowers and chocolate are most often given as various accessories, jewelry, and gift certificates. Among children, the best Mother's Day gifts in Singapore are handmade gifts.

How to choose flowers for Mother's Day?

Traditionally, the flower that symbolizes Mother's Day is carnation. Pink carnations are perfect for expressing gratitude. Red carnations express your admiration for the recipient. In contrast, white carnations are usually decorated and worn symbolically in memory of a deceased mother. Anna Jarvis made this connection between carnations and the holiday.

But this does not mean that your choice is limited by tradition and symbolism. The best Mother's Day bouquet in Singapore is the one that will bring a smile and a good mood to your mother. Choose from her favorite flowers as a gift or use Floral Dreams' Mother's Day flower delivery Singapore by choosing the best of our designs.

If you still don't know how to choose a composition, some color tips can help you.

Royal purple
Burgundy and purple are colors that will make your mom feel like a queen. Sending flowers in this color scheme almost always evokes strong positive emotions. Roses, daisies, violets, orchids, and lilies are available in various shades of purple, so consider one of these flower types or a mixed bouquet of several.

Red is the color of love
Shades of red symbolize deep love. Your mother will be touched by a bouquet of red, burgundy, or deep pink flowers. Red roses are classic, but red is also suitable for tulips, carnations, daisies, and orchids.

Feminine pink
Pink and salmon tones have a unique charm of femininity. There is a variety of gorgeous pink flowers, from roses to lilies, orchids, carnations, and more. Consider an all-pink bouquet or a bouquet of white and ivory flowers.

Energetic orange
The colors of orange and melon exude happy, joyful energy. Consider blooming in these hues if you're looking to move away from the classic traditional color scheme.

Shining yellow
If your mom needs a boost of positive energy this year, consider sending her a bouquet of yellow flowers. Roses, sunflowers, daisies, and even orchids are available in yellow, so why not give her a sunny bouquet?

Floral Dreams — the fastest Mother's Day Singapore delivery!

Floral Dreams is a florist boutique where you can order unique flower arrangements for Mother's Day. Here you will find exclusive design solutions that will become a worthy decoration of even the most luxurious luxury interior.

Also, in our store's assortment, you can find more traditional Mother's Day bouquets in Singapore. And if you want to give your gift even more tenderness and expressiveness, pay attention to the best Mother's Day cake in Singapore baked by our partner.

All these wonderful gifts for the person dearest to you will be delivered just in time. Floral Dreams — we know how to give your mother a sincere happy smile.