This year Mother’s Day might look a little different but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it an extra special day. Whether you’re the Mom of the Hour or you want to make sure your own mama feels the love from a distance, we’ve rounded up our top ways to make it an epic Mother’s Day no matter what. Read on to get inspired.
What's Better than Breakfast? Brunch!
If you're longing for that grand brunch out try whipping up a proper brunch feast right at home. We've got plenty of simple & special brunch recipes that even kids can help with. Wishing you could treat your own mom or mother-in-law to brunch? Exchange recipes and do a Zoom hangout while you cook (and drink mimosas!).
Give Grandma a Virtual Hug
Keeping our grandparents safe is key this year, but that doesn't mean you can't make sure they feel the love. From homemade cards to spontaneous video chats, here are easy ways to stay connected with the grandparents all year round.
Make an Incredible Card
Even if you don't consider yourself the craftiest person, creating a handmade card is the perfect way to make someone feel extra loved. Get the kids in on the fun to make cards for all the moms in your life, using these 22 ideas for DIY Mother's Day cards.
Scope a Fabulous Gift
"What would she love that she wouldn't buy herself?" is a great place to start when scoping out a gift. Shopping stress you out? Luckily, there's no need to scour the internet, because our editors (all professional moms) did it for you. You'll find personalized jewelry, luxe towels, succulents, bath products and more. Get some gifting inspo here!
Give Her the Day Off
Give a mom the day to do whatever the heck she wants. She had a whole entire life before being a mom, where she read books, hung out with friends, had hobbies and free time. She loves her family more than anything, but a day without cleaning a toilet or wiping a kid's butt would be a dream! (but don't forget the chocolates, please!).