Mother's Day celebrates motherhood and is a day to make an extra-special effort to recognize and appreciate all those Mothers in our lives whether blood or bond. On May 12th, 1907, Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia, PA honored her late mother, who had been a champion of women’s groups, with a memorial church service. On that day, Jarvis wore a white carnation as a tribute to her mother. Within just a few years, most states were observing “Mother’s Day,” and in 1914, it was made a national holiday. In the south, it became the tradition to gift your mother with a corsage on Mother’s Day, white flowers if her mother was no longer with us, and red or pink if you were celebrating together. Now many also honor extraordinary women who represent a mother figure in their life, like an aunt, sister, grandmother, or mentor – while corsages may seem a bit old-fashioned, flowers never go out of style. We assist our clients to show the affection and love you you are eager to convey on Mother’s Day with a modern twist on this southern tradition with our Lowcountry Gratitude gift. The best local beautiful and seasonal flowers, relaxing quality herbal tea, and luxurious bath products all from the Lowcountry will properly pamper her(s) on this special day.