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  • by Customer Service April 26, 2022 3 min read

    Mother's Day seems to roll around so quickly each year and as we get older it can be hard to come up with new and unique gifts to give your dear old Mum. You want to give her something that brightens her day, let's her know you are thinking of her and makes her feel special and appreciated... after all she put up with you through the teenage years!

    This year Mother's Day in New Zealand falls on Sunday 8th May 2020 so it is a good idea to pre-order your gift to make sure it makes it there on Sunday.

     The great thing about flowers is that every woman wants them!!! and with so many varieties you can give her something unique every time to tell her you are thinking of her. See our full  Mother's Day range here-  https://www.citywideflorist.co.nz/collections/mothers-day

    If you are a flower novice and not sure which ones to pick here are a few tips from our chief florist Gina.

    'Think about what colours Mum may like...is she pretty pinks or more the vibrant oranges and purples?'

    'Does she have a special vase she uses for fresh flower? If so think about the size bouquet you will need to fill the vase.'

    'Perhaps she would prefer a gourmet baskets filled with tasty treats. We can also add a bottle of bubbles or box of chocolates'

    Now you might not know the answer to all of these questions, but if you can answer even one it will help you whittle down your options to find a gift she will love. 

    Mothers Day Gift Delivery in Christchurch

    We are offering Friday 6th, Saturday7th and  Sunday the 8th deliveries dates for Mother's day so you can get your gift to her beautifully wrapped and on time on her special day. So that we can get all the gifts wrapped and adorned with your special message for Saturday and Sunday deliveries, it would be great if you could pre-order your gift today so we can ensure we can supply exactly what you wanted. We will also be open 9am until 1 pm on Sunday 8th May 2022 if you would prefer to pop in and collect your gift. Please note that all deliveries going out of Christchurch City to rural addresses will be delivered on Friday 6th May.

    Shop Hours - Friday 6th May - 8.30am - 5.30pm , Saturday 7th May - 9am - 3pm, Sunday 8th May - 8am - 2pm.

    Hopefully you find the questions below helpful - 

    What is the best day for Mother's Day Deliveries? Friday 6th May is great if Mum works in the city but lives in the country. We can deliver to her workplace so she can enjoy her gift for a few more extra days. Friday is also good if you are unsure of Mum's movements over the weekend.

    Saturday 7th May is an excellent day for for her to receive her gift if she is likely to be going out and enjoying Mother's Day on Sunday. This way we will be sure to catch her at home.

    Sunday 8th May is a very busy delivery day here at Citywide Florist. We have a team of drivers out all day and unfortunately we can not give an arrival time for your gift due to the volume on the day.

    Do you deliver outside of Christchurch on Mother's Day? The rural couriers do not work on the weekends so all rural deliveries will be going out on Friday 8th May to be sure to arrive in time for Sunday.

    Hopefully you have found all the answers you need in the above information, however do feel free to call us the shop if there is any questions we can help you with - 0800 379 1234.

     


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