Mother’s Day is a wonderful time to celebrate the women in your life who fill a motherly role, whether they are your biological mother or simply a motherly figure who has been a strong mentor. Mothers and mother figures everywhere make daily sacrifices for their children and the people they love to care for. Show her how appreciative you are of her giant heart and sacrificial love for you with a beautiful bouquet of her favorite flowers. The floral artisans at Adrian Durban Florist are creating a gorgeous line of artistic, creative designs like nothing she’s ever seen before. Mom will love to receive such a divine work of art that truly celebrates everything that makes her special. Read More about Unique Mother’s Day Flowers »
In honor of Mother's Day, we here at Adrian Durban Florist got one of our very own moms and floral designers to weigh in on what she loves about working with flowers and raising kids.
How did you get into floral work? I've always wanted to do it. After years as a nurse with no desire to return to nursing, I wanted a job I would enjoy going to
What do you love most about working with flowers? I get to use my creative side. Read More about One Of Our Resident Moms & Floral Designers Talks Mother’s Day »
No one is quite like your Mom. And on Mother's Day, we honor her for all she is to you - after all, your world just wouldn't be the same without her. Adrian Durban Florist has the beautiful plants and flowers that you'll need to make her day as special as she is - you can shop the Mother's Day floral collection here!
Throughout history, there have been many women who were not only mothers but also pioneers, innovators, and trailblazers. Here are just a few of those amazing moms throughout history - without them, the world would be a different place! Read More about Mothers Who Changed the World »
Posted by Kerry Durban on May 2, 2017
| Last Updated: September 1, 2020
People have been celebrating their mothers for thousands of years. In fact, we have records of holidays as far back as Greek and Roman cultures. However, Mother’s Day as we recognize it today was unrelated to those ancient cultures. It may have begun as a Christian tradition in Europe called “Mothering Sunday”, which was observed on the last weekend of Lent. Established as a day for people to return to their “mother church”, it evolved into a day to have reunions with family and bringing their mothers flowers and small gifts. But here in America, Mother’s Day as we know it today is only about 100 years old. Read More about Honoring Her on Mother’s Day »
Posted by Kerry Durban on April 25, 2017
| Last Updated: April 28, 2017