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March 8th - International Women's day Flowers
Whether it is your wife, girlfriend, mother, daughter, sister or colleague, everyone has one or more special women in his or her life. Euroflorist helps you to send a beautiful bouquet to those special women! Choose a beautiful bouquet from our special category for International Women's Day and we will do the rest. If your order is placed on weekdays before 14:00 and on Saturdays before 12:00, we will deliver the same day throughout Belgium. Please note! Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee delivery on Sundays. Your flowers will be delivered on the Saturday before or the Monday after.
International Women's Day - What to give?
Nowadays, this day is mostly celebrated to show appreciation and respect for women. Although this should be the absolute norm in our society, there is still a long way to go. Expensive gifts are not the norm on International Women's Day. More than the gift, it is the attention paid to this special day, as well as its symbolic significance, that is emphasized. Small gifts are, of course, welcome and beautiful flowers, good chocolates or a nice card are perfect to mark the occasion.
International Women's Day: Flowers and gifts.
What flowers can I give on International Women's Day? Our customers often ask us this question. To help you make the right choice, we have put together some interesting information below.
Carnations: Carnations are the perfect gift for International Women's Day and here is why! It all began on March 8, 1911, when women first demonstrated in the streets to demand the right to vote. As a sign of rallying and equality, they were encouraged to wear a red carnation on the lapel of their jackets. Some women also wore carnations in their hair or hands. Since then, this tradition has continued during Women's Day events or celebrations, making the red carnation a symbol of this day.
Red Flowers:International Women's Day celebration has not always been a given. During some periods in history these have even been banned. It is especially during Second World War, when celebrations were forbidden, that red became a symbol of the fight led by women. To continue their fight despite the bans, women hung red cloth at their window as a sign of participation.