Anyone else wait until the last minute to prep for holidays like Mother's Day? Yep, same. To help you throw together that last minute gift we've created free printable cards. Just click here, print, and pick your favorite to give to your moms OR send the link over to your husband to save the day (wink, wink). Mamas, don't worry, we included a special one for us to gift to our own moms-pictured below.
Celebrating from afar? Just download the cards straight to your phone and text or email them over to your favorite moms on Mother's Day!
Now that we've got our card situation locked down (and saved a trip to the store), let's chat about fun ways to celebrate Mother's Day!
1. Have a Tie-Dye Party
Tie dye is all the rage for spring and summer and there's no better time than Mother's Day to create yourself a fun tie dye tee! Host a BYOT (bring your own tee) party with a few girlfriends and create your own tie dye style while socially distancing. You can grab a tie dye kit like this one via pick-up at Target! Don't forget to grab some bubbles, too.
2. High Tea for Mom
Having a fancy tea is always a fun way to celebrate special occasions and it's super easy to pull off at home! Create easy finger sandwiches like pimento cheese, egg salad, and salmon and cream cheese to munch on while enjoying nice tea. Keep the day on theme by gifting mom a sweet mug.
3. Have a Zoom Wine Tasting
If your wife/mom/sister is an extrovert like me she'll want to get some bonding time in with friends on Mother's Day. Hosting a Zoom wine tasting is the perfect way to safely celebrate with friends and family. Have your faves pick up 3 specific bottles of red or white wine (it's easiest if you pick brands that are available at most grocery or liquor stores). Then, put the wine bottles into bags so you can't peak at the labels and taste them while hanging out on Zoom. It's a blast to find out which wine everyone liked the most at the end of the call! Spoiler alert, it's never the most expensive.
4. Have a Brunch Picnic from Your Favorite Restaurant
Most restaurants are open for curbside pick-up or delivery so you can still enjoy an indulgent Mother's Day Brunch while at home. To take it up a notch and create a picnic in your yard to enjoy with family. Make sure to check your favorite restaurants for Mother's Day specials. I'm planning on taking advantage of Blackberry Market's Brunch in a Box--highly recommend if you live in the Western Suburbs of Chicago!
5. Take a Virtual Class
Love to learn something new? Plan a virtual class for some Mother's Day fun. Have your partner watch your littles while you enjoy a class and some alone time. Some classes I've been eyeing are a cooking class on Skillshare or a calligraphy class from Sip & Script. Skillshare has TONS of class offerings and are offering a free trial right now! Self-care and self-improvement all at once, that's a win.
Happy Mother's Day, Mamas!!
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