Mother’s Day in Honduras is just under two weeks away now. This annual celebration of moms is traditionally celebrated with flowers and gifts, and daFlores offers both. A flower delivery for Mother’s Day is a fine way to treat your mother to something special, and you can customize your bouquet with a variety of gifts, including chocolates and cute balloons.
Mother’s Day in Guatemala is two weeks from today. You heard that right: In two weeks’ time, it will be too late to send your mother or the mother of your children the best, most beautiful flowers available. DaFlores Mother’s Day flowers are hand-crafted by hand-chosen artisans; we personally visit all our florists to ensure they meet your and our exacting standards.
Mother’s Day in Spain is on May 5, 2013, which means you have less than two weeks to get your Mother’s Day flower order in. It’s quite simple to order Mother’s Day flowers for delivery in Spain; just navigate to our dedicated page, and click the Mother’s Day icon at the top left for suggestions to meet all tastes
When is Mother’s Day 2013? While the second Sunday in May is by far the most popular around the world, as we’ve seen, other dates come into play, too. For example, Mexico, El Salvador and Guatemala celebrate Mother’s Day on May 10, and Spain picks May 5, the first Sunday in May to celebrate its mothers.
Are you ready for Mother’s Day? It’s the second Sunday in May, correct? Well, mostly. If your mom or wife lives in Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, or Spain, though, you’re going to have to plan for flowers just a little earlier. Read on to find out why.
Have you ever stopped to think about beauty in unexpected places? Maybe you go into a dirty inner city and find a colorful mural on the wall—something that’s frequently used in the quest for revitalization and urban renewal. Or maybe you come around a corner and find a cute garden put together in a balcony, ablaze with bright and cheerful flowers.
Have you ever read Anne of Green Gables? On a recent revisit to that old but delightful classic, we realized something about little red-haired Anne. She loves, absolutely loves, gardens and flowers. After a while, through her eyes, we do, too.
Illinois’ state flower is the violet, sometimes called the shrinking violet for its tendency to hide behind other foliage. Yet this striking little flower has a shade of purple so beautiful that we’ve adapted it for a color’s name… and it even appears in the rainbow. The violet, in short, has nothing to be bashful about.
Mother’s Day 2013 is on May 12 in many of daFlores’ countries. While that’s quite some ways away – five weeks, plus or minus – that doesn’t mean it’s too early to think about ordering your flowers for Mother’s Day. Not to put too fine a point on it, but time flies, and this is one of the biggest holidays of the year for florists, right up there with the holidays and Valentine’s Day.
April Fool’s Day was today, the one day of the year when it’s perfectly legitimate to pull the wool over others’ eyes, hopefully for their entertainment. This is the day when we go out and see what the big companies have been up to. One that caught our eye was Google’s new “nose” feature, a virtual sniffer that lets you intuitively figure out the best results. Or so they claim.