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Mother’s Day 2021: 5 Ways to Make the Day Extra Special

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It always feels like Mother’s Day comes out of nowhere, which means that we don’t always have the time to make this day as special as it needs to be for the number one lady in our lives. This year, let’s get on the ball earlier and look at these 5 ways that we can make the day extra special for mum. No, you will not need an endless budget or time to plan a grand gesture – as there are so many ways of showing love and appreciation. So, let’s look at these 5 unique ideas.

1. Flower delivery

Sending and receiving flowers has always been a gesture loved by all, and Mother’s Day is the perfect time to send some seasonal blooms her way. Each flower delivery service has its own specialty and celebratory flair, like the stunning arrangements found at St Kilda flower delivery. Choose one that best captures the taste of your mother and send them along to arrive on Mother’s Day or before. You can often include a letter and additional gifts to be sent with the flowers so find out what’s available. 

2. A day out

Great company will always trump a great gift, and so you might choose to curate a special day out with your mum. Even if you think she has seen and enjoyed all there is to offer in her city or area, get creative! Instead of driving to your lunch destination, why not catch a ferry and see the city from a viewpoint of view? Instead of choosing a place for drinks, why not set up a celebratory picnic at a garden that she loves? These treasured memories mean the world and they break the norm of a typical meal out. 

3. Give a gift that keeps on giving

Try something a little different this year, and give a gift that keeps on giving through a subscription-style gift. This could be a subscription to a cookbook that your mum loves, season tickets to a sporting arena or team, or even a food kit delivery subscription to take the pressure off meal planning. This type of gift means you get to celebrate your mum each week or year and will prolong the Mother’s Day celebration! 

4. Get the whole family involved

Do you celebrate Mother’s Day alone with your mum, or is it a family celebration? If your siblings usually do their own thing, consider coming together this year and doing something jointly. This is a great way to show mum just how much she means to you all, and it might actually mean that you get more quality time as you are not sharing the spotlight at different times of the day. One could host the event, the other could collect and bring mum over and you can all put together a delicious menu or choose a venue together.

5. Pamper mum

Most mums will put everyone before themselves – but you can’t let this happen on Mother’s Day. This year, you can either book a day of pampering for mum or give her a gift voucher so that she can enjoy this herself at the time of her choosing. Maybe she loves facials, massages, manicure or pedicures, or even a cosmetic treatment. Self-care is such a great gift and something we all treasure – so treat her to some time for herself… especially if she is someone who is less likely to do this for herself.

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I think we would all like to spoil our mums every day of the year, but instead, we have one day to really honour her and make her feel special. Consider these ideas and get organised now so that you can make this Mother’s Day one she will not forget.

Mick Pachollihttp://www.tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.