Mother’s Day Flower Arrangements Across America
Flowers by Ivy
Mother’s Day is on Sunday, May 14, and flowers are a must. But what arrangement should you get for your mom? We’ve handpicked seven different types of arrangements from across the country that will inspire you to find the right bouquet to suit your mother’s personality.
From traditional pink bouquets to modern succulent arrangements, BloomNation florists have you covered.
Traditional (Anoka, Minnesota)
Main Floral, Anoka
This arrangement from Main Floral is a perfect traditional Mother’s Day arrangement featuring gerbera daisies, spray roses, carnations, and alstroemeria. The mixture of beautiful spring colors will certainly brighten Mom’s day — you can’t go wrong with a classic floral mix like this.
Trendy (San Jose, California)
Flowers by Ivy
While this arrangement still features a mix of florals, it uses more muted pastel flowers like hydrangeas, garden roses, and succulents. The loose groupings of the different flowers and the clear jar-like vase make it a trendy option for a mom who wants her flowers to be Instagram-ready.
Sleek and Modern (Boston)
Louis Barry Florist
Tulips are a must in the spring, and this cheery arrangement has them in spades. Featuring a variety of seasonal tulips in a sleek glass bowl, these flowers are sure to find a place on Mom’s table. For an extra modern touch, bear grass holds all the stems together in the vase.
Minimalist (Jersey City, New Jersey)
Bouquets & Baskets
Who said you need a mix of flowers to make an impression? This simple but stunning design showcases a grouping of white orchid stems in all their glory. The low vase lets the flowers shine and the bow can be done either in raffia (twine) or ribbon.
Elegant (Las Vegas)
English Garden Florist
If you’re looking for something statuesque, check out these stargazers and orchids in a tall vase. The pink lilies paired with the white orchids and tropical greenery will definitely dazzle your mom. Plus, the fragrance from this arrangement can’t be beat.
Designer (San Diego)
The designer aesthetic can be accomplished by pairing a compact mix of blooms with a sophisticated vase, like in the arrangement featured above. The florist here has combined ivory roses, white ranunculus, and spray roses, which would look lovely in an entryway or anywhere where they can be displayed prominently.
Kiko’s Flowers & Gifts
To go for a natural look, opt for something that features mixed greenery and delicate flowers, like this arrangement. Greenery is often relegated to being filler in bouquets, but using a mixture of leaves can make these stems the star attraction.