La Importancia de Celebrar el Día Internacional de la Mujer

The Importance of Celebrating International Women's Day

The origin of International Women's Day

International Women's Day has its roots in women's struggles for equal rights and better working conditions. In 1910, the idea of ​​establishing a day to advocate for women's rights was proposed. The first official celebration occurred on March 19, 1911 in several countries. Since then, March 8 has become a global day of reflection and action to highlight women's achievements and challenges, as well as to promote gender equality.

Purple as a symbol of Women's Day

There are various theories about the origin of the color purple as a symbol of Women's Day. Some explanations suggest that it arises from the combination of blue and pink, colors traditionally associated with men and women. Other hypotheses link it to a tragic fire in a textile factory in New York at the beginning of the 20th century. In this incident, unfortunately, numerous women lost their lives, and it was mentioned that the smoke that emanated had purple hues due to the tissues that burned.


Flowers for International Women's Day: the perfect gift

Flowers are not only beautiful, but they also convey emotions and symbolize the appreciation we feel. On this special day, we offer arrangements designed with care and dedication, which capture the unique essence of each woman. From elegant roses to vibrant tulips, our floral creations are a perfect expression of admiration and gratitude.



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