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Mother's Day 05.1.07

mom’s day gift guide part 1 – flowers

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A gift of flowers is a typical way to show mom appreciation on her special day – but the arrangement can be anything but typical! Try surprising mom this year with a truly show-stopping bouquet of flowers with qualities that remind you of her. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Funny Cocktail Napkins{pictured above, from top left} Posh Pinks, Uniquely Chic, Butterfly Kisses, and Floral Fantasia – all from Teleflora

Funny Cocktail Napkins{pictured above, left to right} Calypso Orchids, Orchid Trio Sampler, and Bougainvillea Bonsai – all from Calyx Flowers

Funny Cocktail NapkinsGive a gift that gives back! At Flowers for Good, – a partnership between Organic Bouquet and Network for Good – a $5-$10 donation from each gift is donated to the charity of your choice from a list of 10 eligible charities. $5 will be given for gifts $39.95 or less and $10 for gifts over $39.95. {pictured above, from left} 20 Gerbera Daisies, Blue Iris Bouquet, and Assorted Roses

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

6 responses to “mom’s day gift guide part 1 – flowers”

  1. haley says:

    what beautiful bouquets!!! thanks for the fabulous finds!

  2. Laura says:

    Hey does anyone know where I can find those square cube-shaped vases featured in the top photo? I am trying to find ones like that for my wedding reception table centrepieces. The website only seems to sell them if you buy the bouquet to go along with it!

  3. hiphostess says:

    Hi Laura –

    Here’s a link to some 6×6″ square vases from, and you can find a bunch more here at Wholesale Flowers and Supplies. Hope that helps!

  4. katie says:

    these are all SO beautiful! love just looking at them :)

  5. Blue Orchid Designs says:

    LOVE what Flowers for Good is doing. Thanks for the tip!

  6. laurie says:

    love the look of the leaves in the vases! (the ones at the top) I wonder if I could pull that off myself…can’t hurt to try!