Your gift ideas for Her
If you're looking for gift ideas for Her, you've come to the right place! This year, how about accompanying the traditional flower bouquet with an original gift, a lasting sign of your affection for the woman who has always taken care of you?
A silver necklace or ring, a designer vase to hold your bouquet or some pretty crystal glasses will be appreciated gifts. More original, why not set a photo in an elegant silver frame? The must-have? A silver tray engraved with a personal message, eternal testimony of your affection...
Our Favorites for Her
Sometimes the easiest way to tell her how much you love her is to share a nice meal and reminisce together sweet memories. What better way to embellish these moments of sharing than with the elegant Perles collection and its silver flatware or our iconic Mood flatware set and its variations? And if you're looking for something special, try the new gold finishes of our Jardin d'Eden collection, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Discover our special selection below.
The origins of Mother's Day
Every year we celebrate our mothers to thank them for the care, protection and love they give us. This tradition has existed since ancient times: the Greeks celebrated Rhea, the mother of the gods, and the Romans began to pay tribute to women and mothers during the "Matraliae" as early as the 5th century BC.
In the 15th century, the English instituted the "Mothering Sunday", which was to become very popular throughout the world. In France, the first official "Mother's Day" was celebrated in Lyon in 1918 before becoming a national holiday in 1950. It is then definitively fixed to the last Sunday of May.
In the United States, the American Mother's Day was born in 1908 on the initiative of Anna Jarvis, who wanted to honor her own mother and all mothers. She succeeded in having this celebration adopted as a national holiday in 1914, by a decision of Congress.
Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Turkey and Russia have followed the tradition established by the United States to celebrate their national mothers.
Mother's Day 2021 dates
Mother's Day is celebrated all over the world, but sometimes on very different dates. Here is a little guide to help you find your way around:
In France, Mother's Day 2021 is set for May 30, the last Sunday in May. However, the Spanish and Portuguese will inaugurate the festivities on May 2, while for the vast majority of other countries in the world, such as Belgium, Italy, the United States, Switzerland, Germany, or Canada, Mother's Day will be celebrated on May 9. Finally, Luxembourg will end the ball on June 13th.
Happy Mother's Day to all mothers around the globe!