If you’re celebrating, remembering or thinking about your mum or a special person in your life this Mother’s Day, there are countless ways to show how much you love them. 

Whether you live with your mum or you’re far apart, there’s plenty of ways to show her you appreciate her that aren’t just your standard new slippers and brekkie in bed (though we’ve included it on our list because you really can’t go past pancakes on Mother’s Day morning). 

Her love language might be gifts, quality time, or homemade treats, so there’s something here for every mum, nana, aunty and female figure in your life. This day is all about celebrating them and all they do for us throughout the year, so why not go all out? 

To make 

Handmade bouquet 

Mum always loves flowers for Mother’s Day, but why not make your own bouquet for an extra special touch? Source some fresh blooms from your local florist and try your hand at making your own floral arrangement. Look up some tutorials on YouTube, get cracking and deliver the finished masterpiece to her doorstep. 

Brunch in bed 

You can’t go past a classic breakfast in bed for Mother’s Day, whether it’s toast with her favourite jam lovingly slathered on by her 5-year-old or you get the whole family in the kitchen flipping pancakes. There’s nothing like being woken up with a tray of brekkie delights – as long as you then shut her door and leave her to enjoy her breakfast and a cuppa in peace. Here’s a whole collection of Mother’s Day breakfast recipes to get you started. 

Home-baked treats 

Mums are always busy and chances are they don’t get fresh baking as often as they’d like, so why not surprise her with a basket of home-baked treats? Whether she likes fresh scones with cream or a classic chocolate cake, if it’s made with love then she will love it. Here are a few ideas. 

Get crafty 

If your mum or nana lives far away, there’s nothing she’ll love more than getting a handmade card with a special message in the mail. This is one even the youngest kids can get involved in – let them loose with craft paper, glue sticks and glitter and watch the creativity flow. They’ll be on the fridge or kept in a memory box forever. 

Homemade hot choccy 

Nothing warms the heart like a mug of hot chocolate, and this one is easy enough for kids to make for Mum. The ultimate hot chocolate is the perfect cold weather treat to bring her on Mother’s Day morning. 

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