Do you like to give your mother roses for Mother's Day and if so, why?
It has been a tradition in the United States to give our mothers Roses however I like to do things different so I have always treated my mother to a day at the spa then I treat her to an elegant dinner!! No I do not give roses to her they only last for a few day I would rather do something with her or for her that will give memories of a lifetime!!
I will because the color of the rose has alot of meaning.
I will treat my mum with the best treatment and one of them is sending her rose besides spa and clothes.Red Roses to say I love you, the light pink rose says fun,and deep pink roses express appreciation.
Therefore, rose is the best gift to my mom since it has alot of meaning.
Eventually I send my mom Deep Pink Roses and she loves it
I think giving Roses to Mother is a great idea though i would not prefer it as a stand alone gift. If I am giving roses i would probably add a card and chocolates along with that. A mother would love appreciation of any kind even if it is just flowers. Red and Pink Roses, in fact, are used to convey the message of 'i love you' and 'thank you' respectively.
So saying it with Roses is a great idea.
I simply love roses for my mother and the simple reason for that is my mother is a rose!
Check out my hub where I've made this dedication for my sweet mother:
http://hubpages.com/hub/20-Great-Ideas- … others-Day
Roses seem romantic to me, so I would give her some other types of flowers.
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