If you're reading this on May 7th, it's definitely too late to Order Mother's Day Flowers from those Web Sites and 800 Flower Numbers that ship flowers in boxes, but it might not be too late to send Mother's Day Flowers from a local florist. As everyone knows Florists receive more orders during Holidays than other days throughout the year. By the eve of a Holiday most of the staff of a local florist including floral designers and delivery personnel are exhausted and have put in many hours of over time throughout the week to insure that the Mother's Day Flowers that were order on time arrive to the Mother's Day Gift Recipients throughout their delivery area. Unlike the supermarkets where you have been buying discount flowers, the local florist not only provides you with the highest quality flowers available hand designed and delivered, the local florist is a service business.
For those who are late and you still want to try to have a Mother's Day Gift delivered, rather than place an order and have it refunded because the flowers or plants you selected are sold out or it is just impossible to make your order with such short notice you can try an open order. When you order Mother's Day Flowers online late, in the special instructions field of the order form just put the words "open order", this will leave the floral designers of LAROSE.COM more leeway in trying to fill your order in time for Mother's Day. What is an open order? An Open Order allows the local delivering florist the discretion to fill your order to value with what is available at the time of your late Mother's Day Order. If your Order arrives at 2:00 PM on Mother's Day for a specific arrangement that is sold out or can't be made before the delivery vehicle leaves for that neighborhood, the florist can another flower arrangement or plant that is appropriate for Mother's Day for the same value as your first choice.
As an example if you select the Faith Hill Pink Fire Bouquet that costs $55 with delivery and it is sold out, rather than reject the order and your Mothers Day Gift recipient not receive a Mothers Day Gift, the Open Order designation allows the local florist to fill your Mothers Day Order with a plant or flowers that equal $55.00. Your Mothers Day Gift Recipient will receive a gift for Mothers Day at the price you wanted to spend and will never know that you forgot to order Mother's Day Flowers. When it is late in the Holiday, there are no guarantees that even an open order can be filled, but an open order has more chances of being filled than an order for a special product when you are late in ordering Mother's Day Flowers.