The first time Mother's Day was celebrated in Italy was in 1957 by Don Otello Migliosi, the parish priest of Tordibetto, a small hamlet close to Assisi in Umbria, on the second Sunday of May. But the choice of the month of May dates back to the Romans; they would honor all the divinities of the Earth especially flowers, roses in particular. Romans loved this flower and would use it not just as an ornament but also as part of their daily life with jams made of rose petals and wines aromatized with roses.
In honor of all our great Italian Mothers and Grandmothers, we are happy to offer 20% OFF on ALL our Services through May 31st.
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