One of my favorite Mother’s Day gifts for Mama Spoiled Pretty is a beautiful floral bouquet. Yes, flowers can be a bit cliche…but when done correctly, they’re the perfect present. First, when purchasing flowers, it’s best to plan in advance. A store-bought bouquet with the price tag still on it is the antithesis of a thoughtful gesture. Plus, you’re giving your lovely mom work to do – because now she has to find an appropriate vase, cut the stems and arrange the flowers. And, it may be just me…but no matter how hard I arrange those flowers, I can never get them to look as good in the vase as they looked in the cellophane.
So do yourself (and your mom) a favor and order some professionally arranged flowers – and have them delivered to your mom’s door. I’ve yet to meet a woman who doesn’t get giddy from a flower delivery. Plus, the surprise factor kicks the gift up a few notches.
Right now, RueLaLa is having a ProPlants sale. For $21-49, you can send your mother these artfully arranged orchids:
One Blush Blooming Orchid, $30 (originally $49): Pictured above, this double-stem pink mini phalaenopsis orchid plant comes in a hexagonal white ceramic vase. 30+ blooms can last up to eight weeks.
One Pansy Orchid, $30 (originally $59): A burgundy Miltonia orchid comes in a bronze-finish vase. Arrives in tight blooms to maximize bloom time in your home.
One Purple Ladybird Orchid, $36 (originally $59): A purple and green Ladybird Zygopetalum orchid plant – in a black ceramic vase. Arrives in tight blooms to maximize bloom time in your home. Blooms can last up to eight weeks.
One Rare Blue Vanda Orchid, $49 (originally $79): In a 15-inch-tall shatter-proof clear acrylic cylinder. Color varies from light to dark. There are four to six blooms per plant, up to eight to ten. Blooms typically last five or more weeks and can rebloom with proper care.
One Teacup Orchid, $21 (originally $34): A miniature phalaenopsis orchid – potted in a vintage-inspired pink-and-gold polka dot ceramic teacup and saucer. • Color varies from pinks to purples. Blooms last for eight to 12 weeks.
One Pearly White Dendrobium Orchid, $30 (originally $49): A white Nobile dendrobium orchid plant – in a hexagonal white ceramic vase. Blooms can last up to eight weeks and may have a lavender blush. Arrives in tight blooms to maximize bloom time in your home.
RueLaLa membership is free…click here for an invite, courtesy of Spoiled Pretty.