It’s just under three weeks to Mother’s Day (26th March – make a note in your diary!), so you must already have plenty of ideas of how you spoil your mum, right? No?! Oh no, you better get thinking now! Here are some great tips to help you make it a special day to remember.
Go Out For Afternoon Tea
Afternoon tea is a very popular way for families to celebrate Mother’s Day together. If you like the sound of this, you will need to make sure you book your table well in advance! I’m sure your mum will absolutely love being taken out for afternoon tea. It’s a very sophisticated way to spend the afternoon, and you will get to sample lots of yummy cakes, scones, and biscuits. If you want to really impress your mum, you could find a cafe or restaurant that does a Champagne cream tea so you can enjoy a glass of fizz together as well!
Enjoy A Picnic
If the weather looks like it’s going to be good, you can always head out to your nearest park or for a hike through the surrounding countryside. Don’t forget to take a picnic with you so that you have plenty of nibbles and something to drink! Brands like Under Fine Wraps sell Prosecco hampers that you could take with you on your picnic. Alternatively, you could make your own picnic biscuit and make your own sandwiches and cakes. But don’t forget to add a bottle of wine or Prosecco for that extra special touch!
Cook Your Mum’s Favourite Tea
If your mum doesn’t fancy going out this Mother’s Day, you can still spoil her in the comfort of her own home. Why not just offer to cook her favourite tea for her? Even if it is something as simple as a lasagne, she will still appreciate this thoughtful gesture. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have time to cook her a whole meal. You could just bake her some cookies or a cake in advance instead. Or, if you are feeling extra lazy, order in a takeaway meal instead!
Take Her To A Show
There are lots of theatre and musical productions on at venues up and down the country all year around, and I’m sure your mum will be thrilled if you get some tickets to a show near you this Mother’s Day. You might want to take her to see a Shakespearean comedy or a comedy musical. To make a day of it, why not offer to take your mum out for a spot of dinner after the show?! If you book a matinee performance, you might prefer to go out for lunch beforehand. This will give you an excellent chance to have a girly catch up and chat!
It’s not long until Mother’s Day, so you best get thinking about what you want to do right now! Hopefully, this blog post will have inspired you. I’m sure that your mum will love whatever you come up with.
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