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International Women's Day Flower & Gift Ideas

Enjoy same day flower delivery for International Women's Day on March 8.

A day to share stories about the incredible women in our lives; friends, wives, girlfriends, mothers, grand mothers, aunts, employees and colleagues who have made selfless contributions and whose efforts and sacrifices often go unacknowledged. It's the perfect day to celebrate all the inspirational women in our lives.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes we do! We're in the business of last minute gifting and you can place your order up until 5PM AEDT, 7 days a week, unless sold out prior.

We've got something to suit every woman in celebration!

We certainly think so! There's also the option to personalise your flower jar delivery with a cute and inspiring Women's Day message and add a confetti throw for that extra special touch.

Check out our seasonal flowers here.

Every year we celebrate the inspring women in our lives on March 8.

LVLY offers same day delivery for all metro areas and are there for any last minute International Women's Day gifting needs.

Great question! Roses are forever popular each year on International Women's Day, as is our Orchid Bouquet.

Our range of personalised gifts are also best sellers for Women's Day, as your can customise the message you want to send to the inspiring woman in your life.

We're a little bias as we're in the flower and gifting game! But for decades flowers have been the most popular gift of choice to celebrate International Women's Day - and for good reason!

Flower are often seen as a symbol of strength, sensibility, and sensitivity. As well as femininity! In addition, the visual similarity between some floral forms (like orchids) and female genitalia could have suggested a feminine identity for all flowers.