Florists get busy; it's not too early to make your Mother's Day flower orders.
Miami, FL (Vocus/PRWEB) April 18, 2011
Mother's Day is coming soon, advised daFlores.com international flower delivery. While May is the busiest Mother’s Day month, some countries celebrate in April, too. To avoid disappointment, those who plan to send flowers overseas should carefully check the date of Mother's Day.
“There are two approaches if you're overseas and want to send Mother's Day flowers to Mom, wife or sweetheart,” explains Francisco Bustos, CEO and President of daFlores.com. “You can either send flowers for the Mother's Day date where the special lady is living, or you can send flowers on the date used by the country you're in. Either way, pick the one that has most meaning to her – and make sure you get them organized on time.”
Some countries have already celebrated their annual Mother's Day. Of those that remain, the United Kingdom is next, on April 3. Then there's a gap until May: Mexico celebrates on May 1, and then more than a dozen countries, including Colombia, the United States and Canada, celebrate on May 8.
“That's a big date for us,” says Mr. Bustos. “It's almost as big as Valentine's Day -- florists get run off their feet. Be sure to order early because that way our partners can lay in supplies and ensure you get exactly what you ask for, on time.”
Throughout May, other countries in South and Central America celebrate Mother's Day. The same rules apply, explains Mr. Bustos. Florists get busy; it's not too early to make your Mother's Day flower orders. “Organize your Mother's Day flowers now,” he advises. “That way, one of the most special people in your life is not disappointed.”
About daFlores International Flower Delivery Company
DaFlores.com is part of Flores a Colombia, Inc., a United States corporation. The Miami, Florida-based company has years of experience in the flower delivery industry and has successfully executed dozens of Mother's Days. Working only with quality local florists, daFlores.com can arrange Mother's Day flowers across the Americas and an ever-growing range of countries in Europe and Asia, too.
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