- The celebration of Mother's Day in the US dates back to 1905 when Ana Jarvis began a national campaign to recognize mothers after her mother died that year.
- Five years later a handful of states officially declared it a holiday.
- In 1914 President Woodrow Wilson formally established the 2nd Sunday in May as a day to celebrate and honor Moms!
Ana's desire to remember and memorialize her own mother led to the creation of a day to celebrate motherhood and maternal bonds.
Memorializing special people that have passed away is what we are all about.
We are so grateful for the privilege to serve the grieving by providing lasting memorial gifts for the past 25 years.