The second Sunday in May, this year 9 May, Mother’s Day is celebrated in Denmark. The tradition has existed since 1929 where you present your mother with a gift, usually flowers.
It is by far the biggest day for flower shops! Many young children will make a nice drawing.
In 1969 Bing & Grøndahl for Royal Copenhagen started a tradition of creating a commerotive plate displaying an animal with its younglings. This year it portrays a red panda holding its cub close.
Mother’s Day is the day where you can spoil your mother and show how much you appreciate all she does for you.