Mums are great. So why not let her know she's one in a million by sending Mother’s Day flowers. Sending flowers is the perfect option when you can’t be with your mum in person with Direct2florist’s network of skilled local florists ready and waiting to deliver the perfect floral gift by hand.
Each and every gift will be delivered by hand by a smiling delivery driver and comes complete with your personal card message that allows you to share your love on Mothering Sunday.Whether you’re looking for flower delivery to Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway or anywhere else in Ireland, our florists have created a wonderful selection of beautiful Mother’s Day flowers for you to choose from.
The perfect surprise
We’re often told by our florists’ delivery drivers that they have the best job in the world – because they get to see the huge smiles on the faces of those receiving a surprise gift of flowers, especially at Mother’s Day. Apparently mums love a surprise – and now you can share that joy too. Direct2florist's brilliant smartphone app allows delivery drivers to take a photo of the flowers that are to be delivered in the shop and, if the recipient allows it, when the flowers are delivered, with the photos emailed to the flower sender.
The app also allows the driver to tag the order as delivered, giving customers further peace of mind that their order has been delivered on time.“We want to share the excitement, emotion and joy of the moment when the gift is delivered, hence the Delivery Manager app," says Simon Stirling from Direct2florist.
“It’s particularly popular at Mother’s Day! We’ve been showing mums our appreciation with Mother’s Day flowers for a long time – the tradition has been followed for hundreds of years in the UK and in other countries. A sumptuous bouquet of fresh flowers, or a chic and stylish arrangement is a luxurious gift that is sure to make her feel special.Finally, if you're a mum reading this, maybe just leave this page open so your children get the hint…
Did you know?
Mothering Sunday (Mother's Day) is always the fourth Sunday of Lent in the Christian calendar, which is exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday. In 2015 it falls on March 15th and in 2016 it’s very early – on the 6th March.