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Looking For Mother’s Day Flowers? Order One of These Beautiful Bouquets

Beautiful bouquets to choose from for Mother's Day delivery

5/2/2021 12:20:00 PM

Beautiful bouquets to choose from for Mother's Day delivery

Send your mother one of these 9 beautiful flower arrangements this Mother’s Day.

.All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.In need of a Mother's Day flower delivery service? You're in luck. Ahead of Sunday, May 9, there are a number of beautiful bouquets, from several retailers, that you can order with a click of a button.

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Opt for in-season flowers like some pastel tulips from Flowerbx, or perhaps stick with white garden roses from Urbanstems if your mom's a minimalist. Meanwhile, for the fashion fans who prefer something contactless,artfully-drawn digital flowersshould do the trick. (A percent of the proceeds will be donated to charity.)

As symbols of spring, florals are always a fitting gift for Mother’s Day. But they feel even more apt this year: as the pandemic stretches beyond a year, they can provide a much needed visual pick-me-up, a connection to nature as we continue to be limited in our outings. In fact, headtopics.com

found that flowers are a mood elevator, and that recipients feel happier for days after receiving them. Especially these days, the little things do really make all the difference.Below, 9 beautiful bouquets from sites that provide world-class Mother's Day flower delivery service.

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