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Published on: 14 Mar 2017 by maria-s

Treat Your Mum This Mother's Day

Mother’s Day means you can treat that special lady in your life, and whether it’s your Mum, your Grandma or the Mother of your children, it’s a chance to show her how much you care and appreciate her hard work all year round. But as it’s an annual occasion it can be easy to run out of inspiration. With this in mind, here are a few ideas that are a sure-fire way to put a smile on her face!


A seasonal bouquet of fresh flowers is always a lovely gift. Maybe your loved one has a favourite flower, colourway or scent? Having a special bouquet made up with her in mind will show her you care. If she’s not keen on fresh blooms, then there are scented artificial flowers that provide a fantastic addition to a mantelpiece, and she won’t have to remember to water them.


Gold, silver or the trendier rose gold? Whatever your mum’s taste, buying a necklace, bracelet or earrings means you’re giving your loved one a gift that they can keep for years to come and let’s face it, how many women don’t like jewellery? There are some great independent businesses on platforms such as Etsy, where you could find a gift that is as unique as your mum is!

Whether you choose to personalise a necklace with charms bearing poignant inscriptions, or have a bracelet with the initials of her children on, you’re sure to find something she’d love to wear.

Afternoon Tea

Taking your Mum or Grandma (or both!) out for afternoon tea can be a really special occasion. Formal service and delicious food is bound to show her how much you appreciate her. Delicate sandwiches, tarts and cakes beautifully displayed and served to her in a gorgeous tearoom will make for a special experience – and you could always add some fizz to the occasion, making her feel extra special for the afternoon! Combine with a shopping trip to spend some quality time together and she’s sure to have a lovely Mother’s Day afternoon.

Personalised Cake

A bespoke cake is the perfect way to show your Mother, Grandmother or Partner how much you care. Her personalised cake could be designed specially with her in mind, whether decorated with her favourite flavours, or crafted to depict her name, favourite film or book, or her favourite hobby.

Cake craft specialists such as Adams Cakes can help you design a cake that is truly unique and special with your Mum in mind. On top of this, a beautiful, show-stopping cake could be the centrepiece for a Mother’s Day gathering with plenty of food and bubbly, and sharing her special cake with her closest friends and family will make for a memorable day that she can enjoy.

Spa Treatment

True relaxation is an excellent gift, especially for those mums who are constantly on their feet. Spending the day or even the weekend in a luxury spa is real escapism; perfect for Mums with very hectic schedules. You could book your Mum in for a massage, facial or manicure, or give her some vouchers so she can decide. There are some fantastic deals and offers for weekend spa breaks so it might be nice to join her on the trip or book for her and a friend.

Whatever you do this Mother’s Day, do your research and really think about the gift you choose. Your mum will know you’ve put the effort in to give her something special, and will feel appreciated and loved – exactly how she should be feeling on her special day.



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