Flowershop Blog — 2019 Mother's Day RSS

Mom part 6 // Sunday May 12

Jackie O Jackie O. The ultimate symbol of Motherhood and grace in the face of tragedy.  We have those women and sometimes mother's in our lives who have overcome great tragedy time and time again but seem to rise above to love again.  This also speaks to the East Coast gardens running along the estates running from Maine to the Carolinas. Jackie's home territory.  " Jacqueline Lee Kennedy Onassis was an American socialite, book editor, and First Lady of the United States during the presidency of John F. Kennedy from January 1961 until his assassination in November 1963." Order online in our Mother's Day Shop or call 602-840-4646 in now to reserve your design.  We all know a Jackie

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Mom part 4 // Sunday May 12

Emily Bronte Mother's Day is this coming weekend...   Although it is our smallest arrangement available this year, these masons are packed full of premium florals and a LOT of charisma and romance.  Our smallest mason features white focal flowers with a touch of soft blush. Named after Emily Bronte who gave us the tempestuous romance between Heathcliff and Catherine in Wuthering Heights. Emily's mother died very young and when she was very young. The tragedy must not have been lost on her as we see great sorrow expressed in her writing and life. Losing our mothers is one of the greatest losses we must endure. Her complexity as an author and her experience as a motherless daughter guided our sweet...

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Mom Part 1 // Sunday May 12

As Mother's Day is fast approaching we are preparing in the shop to celebrate the role of the mother and all that entails. We are collecting poetry and notes about our own mothers..the complexity of our relationships, the ease of our love, and the everlasting bond. (Pictured are wraps available in the shop.)  Remember to order your flowers for Mother's Day online in our Mother's Day shop or call the shop at 602-840-4646.  And don't forget the grandmothers, wives, steps, adopted, aunts, sisters, and friends.  Poem by Maya Angelou Mother, A Cradle to Hold Me “It is trueI was created in you.It is also trueThat you were created for me.I owned your voice.It was shaped and tuned to soothe me.Your arms...

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