Great Mother’s Day ideas (at home)
We deserve all the love in the world!
But this year, how are we going to celebrate Mother’s Day with social distancing in place? We have some great ideas to share with your loved ones.
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All the usual ways of celebration like a meal with family at the restaurant, a weekend getaway with friends and family, or even some pampering a favorite spa or salon (I know… we all need a manicure and hairstyling!).
We shouldn’t miss this special day just because of what is going on, it is time to be extra creative! Never more true have the words being, “It’s the effort that counts!”
It’s Mother’s Day, of course, you are giving a gift to your Mom. It is a way of showing you care or reflecting on the care she has shown you. Looking for a perfect gift can be so hard, but it shouldn’t be. Just think of something your Mom has been wanting or needing to get (maybe she dropped hints lately) or something fun for her and for the whole family to participate.
Here are a few ideas:
An online site that gives you all the top-rated boxes to choose from, from geek & gaming, food & beverage, family & kids and fitness & outdoors, your Mom will surely love your gift. They offer quality products and some discounts for Mother’s Day.
Flowers are easy to get and make a sweet and thoughtful gift. Greet your Mom with a beautiful hand-crafted flower arrangement! You can get it at any supermarket, but if you don’t want to go out and take a risk, then online flower shops make it convenient, and it is not as expensive as you think. Many of them may even have some exclusive deals for Mother’s Day and can accommodate same-day delivery for the last-minute shoppers.
Plants for the Garden
As gardening is a perfect recreational activity to do during these times, it is an excellent opportunity for the whole family to bond together. Get out and do gardening together. Many garden centers are open if you are going to pick the plants, and most of them are offering curbside pickup and home delivery.
- The Home Depot
- The Sill for indoor plants and they’ve got a nice Mother’s Day collection.
- Gardening Ideas on Amazon
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- Lyla’s Clothing, Décor, and More has a great collection of gifts for ladies for sure! You can find unique pieces for your Mom; they have uploaded all items online! We offer shipping, curbside pickup, and delivery!
- Sports Haven for all the Mommies who are sports enthusiasts
- Read Between the Lines for unique cards and gift ideas
Since most of us recently have some free time in the past weeks, doing crafts maybe a perfect way to past time. Skip giving a store-bought gift this year, and make something special for Mother’s Day instead. It is going to be fun, and some are very useful for your home or backyard.
Here are some ideas:
- Herb Garden Planter Perfect for Moms who loves to cook. This is easy to make and a lot of inspiration from Wayfair.
- Door Monogram
- Photo Frame Kids can pick up their favorite picture of Mom and add it on the frame
Finally, a more personalized gift from your kids for $10.99:
With fun yet meaningful prompts for you to complete (in under an hour!), Mom, I Wrote a Book About You lets you create a heartfelt gift as unique as your mother. Fill this lighthearted gift book with your favorite moments and shared experiences to remind Mom what she means to you.
If you are gonna stay home, you can be comfortable and look cute doing it!
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She is obsessed with all things “Sun Society”. These blankets retail at $29.99 and are great because they are “sand free” so you can leave the beach at the beach, it’s reversible, compact, lightweight and fits in your bag.
How to celebrate Mothers Day
We all need to come together and be socially responsible during these difficult times, which means celebrating Mother’s Day can be a bit tasking and challenging this year. But we don’t have to cancel the celebration; we are just going to need to change plans to make sure everyone stays happy, healthy, and safe.
You can schedule a virtual celebration with the whole family from across the country or continent. This is a difficult time for everyone, so this may be the best idea to get to catch up with everyone.
Mother’s Day Brunch: Takeout and Curbside Pickup
Ordering takeout food is the best way to support our local restaurants amid Covid-19. Most of the restaurants are stepping up with takeout, delivery options, and curbside pickup for everyone in the community.
- Lockhart Smoke House open for curbside pickup and delivery through the Favor app
A Backyard Picnic
A family picnic is always a great idea! It’s easy to prepare the food, and it’s casual, so no need to get dress up fancy. Weather permitting, you can all soak up in the sunshine and have memorable family time. You can even call other family members and have a virtual gathering at the same time.
And a Movie Night
To most families, they celebrate Mother’s Day heading to the movies after lunch or having dinner out. This time you can set up a theater in your house. Prepare popcorn or food that Mom loves to munch and her favorite drink, and dim the lights.
And an Afternoon High Tea
Treat your Mom for an afternoon high tea at home and begin a new tradition for the whole family. Here is some inspiration on Pinterest to start planning.
What are you planning? We would love to hear your ideas!