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Make Mother’s Day truly special: From chocolate and champagne to her favourite flowers, hampers and pampering treats, show Mum how much you care with a delightful gift
Bloomin’ marvellous: Order now for freedelivery on 26 March.Free chocolates worth £5 on selected bouquets Ice, a slice and a drizzle: Cocktail hour meets afternoon tea with Sipsmith’s gin. Bottoms up! The perfect hamper: Chrysanthemums, cava or cake? Why not give her all three this Mother’s Day?
If you want to say ‘thank you’: This stunning Mother’s Day bouquet is a symphony of pinks and purples, featuring germini, chrysanthemums and stocks with blushing roses (a symbol of gratitude)
If you wantto say ‘I care’:Bring a little a sunshine into her life on 26 March with this dazzlingly different mix of yellows and oranges, including chrysanthemums
If you want to say ‘I love you forever’: Nothing says everlasting love like roses, and the lilac Memory Lanes in this bouquet blend perfectly with the beautiful blue and pink hyacinths
Make it extra special: To make Mum feel extra special, all our flowers can be sent with an extra gift, whether it is a bottle of bubbly, a teddy or some delicious chocolates
A FAFF-free feast: Take the stress out of Mother’s Day dining, from succulent roasting joints to fabulous finger food A toast to mum: Enjoy a glass or two of her favourite fizz or wine - the perfect end to a perfect Mother’s Day
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