10 CREATIVE IDEAS TO DO ON MOTHER'S DAY
If you didn't already know, Mother's Day 2021 falls on Sunday, March 14.
Are you the kind of person that leaves everything to the last minute? It's okay. We are here to help.
We have made a list of 10 creative activities to make your mum's day a little bit more special during Lockdown.
As of the 8 of March, we are now allowed to meet up with one other person outside our household or support bubble for recreation or exercise. If the sun is out, take advantage of the nice weather and treat your mum to a basket filled with her favourite refreshments. Take the time to catch up and banter by the lake. Nothing is better than a picnic.
If you can't see your mum this Mother's Day, don't miss out, make it virtual!
Make this Sunday brunch a unique one by inviting mum down to your at-home café.
Whether she's a Full English kind of lady or a continental breakfast lover, surprise her with mimosa and show her how much you appreciate her with a delicious home-cooked brunch.
Browse the family photo-albums and recreate your favourite childhood photos together. The nostalgia and giggles are guaranteed.
If you are lucky enough to live in your mum's home, why not create new family traditions by organising an evening of games and laughter.
Become a "real estate guru" with an interactive game of Monopoly or bring out the family's competitive edge with some good, old TRIVIA.
Plan a staycation for when the world opens. Indulge in some mother-daughter/son stress-free weekend getaway. Prep the snacks and drinks and start browsing together for the perfect spot. The anticipation can be just as enjoyable
You could create a personalised hamper or buy a wicker basket and fill it with your mum's favourite things. Pick up her wine of choice, some sweet treats, candles, cheese and crackers, and maybe some of her beauty faves. Add a lovely note to say thank you. And if you can't see your mother this Sunday, don't despair. Many ready-made hampers can be sent right to her door.
We have all been missing live performances, whether it’s a concert, a musical or a play at the theatre. If you are still hesitant to travel abroad, why not organise the perfect lineup of events and activities you can do together post lockdown. It would also be a massive help to the live entertainment industry that has struggled during these unprecedented times.
You can never go wrong with flowers! Most people blush at the thought of receiving fresh flowers. Head over to your local florist or supermarket and buy the most colourful assortment of flowers to brighten up her day.
But if your mum is one of the exceptions, gourmet chocolate bouquets are a thing now.
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