But the mood changes dramatically when it comes to people close to us, those who really mean something in our lives - our parents, sibs, friends, BFFs, and of course for those crushes. But there’s something special about gifting Mom and Dad. Especially the Moms. Dads are usually happy with a quality leather wallet or a good bottle of bourbon from Tenessee.
What Do Mothers Want On Mother’s Day?Mothers just want to see their kids happy, healthy, and safe. It’s all they ever wanted and ever will. That’s what makes finding the best Mother’s Day gift so goddamn hard. When I was in school and up until college, I had no idea what my mother would want for a gift. But once I had my first child, I knew exactly what would make my Mom happy. It’s not a 4 wheeler off-the-road SUV (that she actually wants), it’s not a beach bungalow. They might make her ecstatic but won’t touch the heart as much. Mother’s Day gift needs to be something meaningful. And it could be something really simple.
“Youth fades; love droops; the leaves of friendship fall; A mother’s secret hope outlives them all.”
—Oliver Wendell Holmes
Forever Rose Box. Timeless Real Roses.Flowers hold a special meaning for women (sorry guys), and especially more so for Moms when they come from someone in the family - whether it’s from the husband or the kids. It’s a special moment. She feels worth it. It’s more than words can say. Blooms make her eyes sparkle as bright as any diamond has ever.
Roses symbolize love. And ‘forever roses’ signify eternity. A box of real roses frozen in time and encapsulated in forever beauty and youth will resemble the deep, forever love for your mother you’ve felt but never been able to fully express in words. For a mother to know that her child is pledging forever love for her .. means EVERYTHING. It’s all she’s ever wanted to hear. Trust me on this. This is what mothers are and will forever be. Get her an eternal rose box and show what she’s always been for your, and will be.