Sharon Osbourne Reveals Look at Mother’s Day Gift With Heartwarming Connection to Her Wedding Day

by Keeli Parkey
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Mother’s Day 2021 appears to have been a very happy one for Sharon Osbourne.

Not only did she receive special flowers from her famous husband, Ozzy Osbourne, in honor of the annual holiday, his gift was also a celebration of their wedding day.

And, Sharon decided the gift was worthy of sharing with the world. So she took to social media to show off Ozzy’s special Mother’s Day gift.

“I have to share my gorgeous Mother’s Day flowers! Ozzy and I got married in Hawaii and it is one of my favorite places in the world so nothing could be sweeter than these stunning leis by @leisbyleilani,” Sharon Osbourne posted on Instagram on Wednesday (May 12, 2021).

Along with this special message, Sharon shared two photos. One showed her wearing the beautiful flowers her famous husband gifted her. She is wearing a lei on her head. There are also beautiful flowers around her wrist. It’s a photo that can really inspire you to want to go to Hawaii. The other photo was a throwback photo to the well-known couple’s wedding day. They look so very happy in this image.

You can check out Sharon Osbourne’s Mother’s Day-themed Instagram post below.

Meet Designer Who Created Sharon Osbourne’s Beautiful Mother’s Day Gift

As Sharon Osbourne said in her Instagram post, her Mother’s Day gift was created by Leis by Leilani. According to the company’s website, the company’s creator chose to put her heritage on display through her art.

“My parents named me Leilani (which means Lei from Heaven or Heavenly Lei) as a little girl my Ohana (which means Family) made sure I knew I was immersed in all things Hawaiian as best they could. I first learned to sew a lei (kui) a lei of bougainvillea and plumeria around 5-6 years old,” the owner posted on her website.

It was during 2011 that Leilani began in-depth lessons from a master lei maker on Hawaii’s Big Island. To make things even more special, that master lei maker was her uncle Moses. It was Moses who taught Leilani the winding technique that is known as wili, according to her website.

“Since then, I’ve made it a point to share the aloha spirit, one lei at a time,” her website says. “A goal of mine is to help perpetuate the Hawaiian culture worldwide …”

Looks like Sharon Osbourne is helping her do just that.

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