Product Code: 180511W
The Celtic knots in this angel's wings symbolize eternity, love, and remembrance; the flowers gathered in her skirt can give way to birdseed when they have faded.
- Front-facing arrangement of flowers in white, cream, pale yellow, and green.
- Designed with roses, Oriental lilies, spray roses, carnations, trachelium, bells of Ireland, seeded eucalyptus, lily grass, myrtle, and variegated pittosporum.
- Sculpted cement and resin Celtic angel bird feeder statue gathers her skirt to hold birdseed. Measures 12"Hx6.7"Lx4.7"W.
- Your arrangement is handmade by a skilled designer; contents and dimensions may vary.
Due to the holiday demand, please specify delivery of your Mother's Day gift on Thursday, May 8th, Friday, May 9th, or Saturday, May 10th.
Although Viviano's will be open on Sunday, we schedule fewer drivers, deliver to fewer cities, and make fewer delivery runs than we would on a normal business day (Monday through Saturday). Most flower shops have a similar schedule and some flower shops do not open on Sunday. Therefore, deliveries are more limited on Sunday than on other days.
We have found from past experience that reaching recipients on a Sunday can be difficult as many people attend church services that day. Others leave early to visit family and friends or attend a brunch. Hence, the concern we have is that if we cannot complete the delivery of your Mother's Day arrangement on Sunday because the recipient is not at home at the time we arrive, then your gift will not be received when you had hoped.
Same day delivery is possible in most areas during non-holiday periods if the order is placed by 3PM, Monday through Saturday, and by 11AM on Sunday, in the time zone of the recipient. We will notify you if delivery is not possible as requested.
Sunday Deliveries are possible in most metropolitan
areas. Same day Sunday deliveries may be possible, please
call 1-800-VIVIANO for further information. Delivery is available in the United States and Canada. For
international orders see ordering information.
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