This year will be the first year in a long time that restaurants won’t be on a wait for Mother’s Day brunches and dinners. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t show Mom that you love her. Here are some things you can do to make her day, all from the comfort of your home and hers.
Order a pop-up card for her. Lovepop Cards have cards ideal for mothers. Their customized cards have a detailed bouquet that pops up when you open the card, so it’s like a flower bouquet and card in one. The cards can have personalized messages on them as well.
Appropriate for a virtual celebration for Mom is a present that lasts with each yearly renewal. Purchasing a year’s subscription to a TV/Movie streaming service is perfect for treating Mom all year round. Ask her which streaming service she would like to try, then surprise her with the credentials to Netflix, Showtime, Starz, etc.
Or better yet, make sure she never runs out of wine with a monthly wine subscription. Revel Wine offers a variety of wine packages. You can opt for a box of 2, 6, or 12 bottles, starting from $9 per bottle. Each box may contain either red, white, or mixed, depending on your selection. It’s a deal as sweet as her next bottle!
If she likes to cook, consider buying a seasoning subscription for her. There are a variety of them, some focusing on oils and extracts and others on spices and/or seasonings. Cratejoy spices up kitchen routines with their box that contains oils, sauces, and seasonings. Their packaging is eco-friendly as well.
If you want to send your mom/aunt/grandmother/or any other mother figures in your life some technology that would improve quarantine life, check out this Waterproof e-Book Reader From Barnes & Noble. She’ll be able to read while floating on her inflatable pool lounge. Compliment the waterproof Nook with a Barnes & Noble gift card.
This year, since Mother’s Day may have to be held virtually, get her something that will make her feel like every day is Mother’s Day. That’s why subscriptions and technology are trending for Mother’s Day this year. Don’t forget to send her a card and flowers, too!
Happy Mother’s Day to all of our hardworking moms, stepmoms, aunts, grandmothers, godmothers, etc!