Mother's Day Bouquet
The relationship between carnations and Mother's Day began in the early 1900s. Many credit Anna Jarvis, the woman who first championed the idea of celebrating moms, with selecting the carnation as the flower of choice for Mother's Day.
To commemorate her mother in 1907, Jarvis delivered 500 white carnations to St. Andrew's Methodist Episcopal Church in Grafton, West Virginia, the church where her mother taught Sunday school for over 20 years. Carnations were her mother's favorite flowers and Jarvis requested that each mom in the congregation received one. The following year, St. Andrew's Church repeated the tradition of celebrating moms and from then on carnation flowers were associated with Mother's Day.
Send this mother's day hand bouquet with a mixed of carnations (3 stalks) and pink roses (3 stalks) .
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