With May 14th quickly approaching, the time has come to start picking out Mother's Day flowers. For those who already know their mothers' favorite blooms, picking a bouquet is not a hard task—but if you aren't sure, or if your mother doesn't have a favorite, choosing may be difficult. If you're stuck, consider the five options for Mother's Day flowers below—their classic meanings may inspire you.
5 Meaningful Mother's Day Flowers
All carnations symbolize pride and beauty, but it's the pink carnation you'll want for your Mother's Day flowers. The pink variation of this beautiful bloom symbolizes a mother's love—a perfect acknowledgment for the woman who raised you.
These bright, spring flowers convey a range of meanings, but when tulips are yellow, they represent pure joy. Not only is this a beautiful message to send your mother to let her know how you feel about her, but the cheerful blooms will surely brighten her day.
With its lush clusters of blooms and wide range of colors, the message of the hydrangea is heartfelt thanks—an excellent choice for a mother, since there's so much she has done for you over the years to be grateful for.
The rose is possibly the most well-known flower there is, and its expression of love is widely understood. This Mother’s Day, choose pink roses to express admiration, or peach for deep gratitude.
Another cheerful, yellow bloom, the sunflower is a burst of color and excitement. It also sends a message of adoration and dedication. This can express your fondness for your mother while honoring her commitment to taking care of you.
Whatever Mother's Day flowers you choose, the expression of love and appreciation will be clear. The professionals at Myers Flowers in Branford, CT, are committed to creating beautiful arrangements, and they would be happy to help you make this holiday the best one yet. Call them today at (203) 481-2381 to pre-order your bouquet, or browse their Mother's Day arrangements online.