Online florist, Flowers Delivered UK are expecting to see an influx of bouquet orders as Mother’s Day is creeping round the corner.
First signs of a new trend in bouquets are beginning to occur as people are starting to show their preferences for Mother’s Day bouquets. Lilies, carnations, roses and chrysanthemums are proving to be a popular choice with Flowers Delivered UK customers, all varying in colour.
Mothers across England are showered with gifts and the luxury of eating out in restaurants during the 13th May and going by Flowers Delivered UK’s report, it seems the gift of a flower arrangement is high on the agenda.
Sending flowers to a parent over Mother’s Day has proven to be a popular choice due to convenience and the opportunity to personalise the chosen bouquet. At Flowers Delivered UK customers can choose from a wide variety of bouquets and baskets with the opportunity to personalise the gift card with a photo and message.
Rob Doole, Managing Director at Flowers Delivered UK commented: “Currently we are experiencing the first signs of a new trend with many more customers looking to send a beautiful bouquet of flowers to their mothers. There is an occurring theme, as well, with many wishing to send roses, lilies, chrysanthemums and carnations. We believe that the popularity for Flowers Delivered UK bouquets has grown due to the free next day delivery option and the chance to personalise the card with a photo and message, giving the arrangement a unique and special touch.”
Customers are able to customise their gift card by uploading a personal photo and message to ensure every bouquet sent is unique. Being able to upload a photo offers the opportunity to evoke a memory that is held close to the heart or present a new memory that will never be forgotten.