Dearest Mother… Unlike Any Other!
Have you ever wondered how Mother’s Day actually came about? Julia Howe was the author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” and first suggested Mother’s Day in 1870. It was an anti-war observance. Later on, American activist Ann Jarvis encouraged Woodrow Wilson to make the 2nd Sunday of May a permanent day to honor mothers. Jarvis held the first Mother’s Day in 1908 when she held a memorial for her own mother. Mother’s Day officially became a recognized holiday in the United States in 1914. It is dedicated to honor motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. More phone calls are made on Mother’s Day than any other day of the year- 122 million calls!
Fun Fact: Did you know in most countries and languages, the word for mother begins with the letter ‘m’?
Here at Three Brothers Bakery, we offer a wide selection of beautiful and thoughtful treats to give your mother. Beautiful hand-designed 4” flower cakes, petit fours, cookies, cake balls, and more! Families have been coming to see us for many years! Moms bring their children into the bakery to pick out their favorite treats. The children share these memories with mom, and carry on the family bonding with their own kids. We are memory makers who happen to be bakers for five generations, and it’s a pleasure to watch families grow up within our bakery and carry on the tradition of visiting us from one generation to the other.