The Ultimate At-Home Mother’s Day

Here are some tips to throw the best at-home Mother's Day.

Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Celebrating mom and everything she does for the family is definitely a must-do, but if you’ve yet to get your COVID-19 vaccination, your 2021 celebrations might look a bit different.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t give her a great Mother’s Day from the comfort of your own home. Check out some of our favorite activities, virtual events that are sure to inspire you and get to planning the ultimate at-home Mother’s Day. Plus, find out what’s happening around town, too!

Mother’s Day meal 

Start off mom’s special day by treating her to a delicious brunch. You can choose from Mother’s Day carryout specials offered by local restaurants or you can make your own simple brunch recipe.

Not sure what to make? Treat her to some of our favorite Mother’s Day recipes including:

Mother’s Day activities and events

After mom has her fill of a yummy meal, she’ll love spending the rest of her day with those that made her a mom: you.

Not sure what to do? You can try throwing her a Mother’s Day tea party or, if you prefer try one of the awesome Mother’s Day events listed in our online calendar

Mother’s Day gifts

Of course, Mother’s Day wouldn’t be complete without a gift from the heart and every mom loves something handmade.

You can try making her a cupcake flower card or a recycled planter.

Do you have other ideas for at-home Mother’s Day fun? Share it with us in the comments.

This post was originally published in 2020 and is updated regularly.


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