Mothering Sunday in the UK is the equivalent of Mothers' Day in other countries. Gifting mothers on this day is the traditional one.
Flowers, Flower Arrangements, Flower Bouquets, Flower Baskets are some of the gifts prefered by mothers, as a woman always prefers flowers to other precious gifts.
Carnation is the flower symbolising mothers day. There are many number of flowers like Tulips, Daffodils gifted apart from Carnations.
Now-a-days, sending flowers online to any part of the globe has become a common happening. Sending Mother's day flowers
to mother has become a must.
Mothering Sunday has been celebrated in the UK on the fourth Sunday in Lent since the 16th century. For a long time, it has been a day for saying or showing thanks for all the things our mothers gave us.
Mothering Sunday is always the fourth Sunday of Lent. In 2008, Mothering Sunday will be on Sunday 2 March.
Do you know, Why is Mothering Sunday on different days each year?
Mothering Sunday is not a fixed day because it is always the middle Sunday in Lent (which lasts from Ash Wednesday to the day before Easter Sunday).