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What Happens When Children Choose Flowers For Their Mum

This is a collaborative post.

I love getting homemade gifts from my children. My youngest is a bit too young to be making anything yet, but my eldest has now started making me cards for birthdays and Mother’s Day. There is something really special about getting something that is filled with your child’s personality and shows how much they love you.

I have already got my handmade Mother’s Day card from Jack that he made at nursery. He is starting to learn how to write his name and so I felt a little emotional when I recognised a few of the letters. Aside from cards, there are other ways that children can make a really personal and special gift.

Online florist marketplace, Florismart, got in touch with this really sweet video showing what happens when a child is put in charge of creating a bunch of flowers for their mum. Warning: this video is seriously cute. 

It shows wonderfully how talented local florists can take creative ideas and inspiration from those who know mum best, and turn it into something really special. I got a gorgeous, rustic bunch of flowers from my local florist Ivy Florist in Leeds and I love the artistry involved in creating a beautiful bouquet.

Do you shop local when buying your flowers or do you head to the supermarket? Do you hope to get a special bunch of flowers for Mother’s Day or any other time of year?

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4 Comments

  • Zoe

    I love to buy flowers from our local florist. I like to support small business and the flowers are almost always better! Thanks so much for sharing with #Blogstravaganza xx

  • Yvonne Wabai

    This is so lovely! My mum is in the floriculture & floristry industry herself, and I’m sure she’ll appreciate this. She built her own company from the ground up (I’m so proud of her). Because she’s in the industry, we often don’t give her flowers because she’s around them often. This post reminded me that I should get her flowers sometime.

    Yvonne Wabai| yvonnewairimuwabai.weebly.com

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