How to Have a Great Family Party for Mother's Day At Home

Great Family Party for Mother's Day At Home

Great Family Party for Mother's Day At Home

Every year on May 14th, we should take a moment to show our mothers the appreciation they deserve by stopping what we're doing and celebrating Mother's Day.

Considering the peculiar circumstances, many of us are celebrating the holiday alone or far from the dearest female relatives (mom, grandma, aunt, etc.).

As this is the case, several of the most beloved Mother's Day activities, such as spa days and alcoholic informal breakfasts, have been postponed until next year. Remember that you and your mom can overcome any obstacle by thinking outside the box.

The sentiment behind this year's holiday may be more meaningful than ever before, especially if you and your mother are celebrating apart.

If you and your mom live on opposite sides of the globe but still want to celebrate Mother's Day together, check out this list of unusual ways to honour the special woman in your life without sacrificing care or strength.

We've included several online activities (like happy hours and game nights on Zoom) that you can do with your mom even if you're living apart right now.

Take a Bloom Orchestrating Class

Your mom is the one person who truly appreciates a bouquet of roses. Make this year's Mother's Day flower an act of motherly kindness she'll remember fondly for a long time to come.

If you enrol in a virtual flower arranging class like the one offered by top florists, you'll be sent everything you need to create a show-stopping bouquet right to your door.

Plan a Virtual Game Evening

Mother's Day is the perfect time to jump on a video conference with the whole family to honour your extraordinary mother, despite the fact that you may have a serious case of zoom addiction.

Spend the night playing a wide variety of online games, from Pictionary to 20 Questions. Because smiles are the best mother's day gifts sent in any of the forms.

Compose Uncommon Messages on Her Carport

Even if you are unable to compliment her inside, there is nothing preventing you from showing her appreciation outside (from good ways, obviously).

Let your kids help by having them use sidewalk chalk to draw rainbows, flowers, and encouraging comments for mom, grandma, or any other woman deserving of recognition.

Serve Her Morning Meal in Bed

Show up at her door with a heaping plate of pancakes, eggs, or any of her other favourite quick breakfast foods, and you'll be setting the tone for a great day.

If you can't be there in person, you can still make her day better by having her favourite local cafe deliver breakfast and coffee when she wakes up. Send mothers day cake online to her.

Because we want to make it easy for you to celebrate Mother's Day with us, we can opt for online cake ordering and doorstep delivery.

Deck Out Her Front Entryway

While you're there, drop off a Mother's Day card and gift, and while you're at it, pick up a spring wreath to hang on her front door.

That way, when she opens her front door, she'll be greeted by an outpouring of goodwill, and she may keep it up for the neighbourhood to enjoy for the duration of the holiday season.

Take a Web-Based Cooking Class

For Mother's Day, have the whole family pitch in by taking a virtual cooking class and preparing a meal for her to enjoy with friends and family.

Craftsy has more than a hundred different options, with classes around $10 each, perfect if you're looking for a specialty lesson (like cheddar making) or need to whip together a meal from scratch with little to no advance planning.

Watch a Mother-Girl Film Together

If you're going to be staying in, cuddle up on the couch with your main squeeze and watch a movie about a long-distance race. Choose from a list of mother-girl favourites like Little Women, Steel Magnolias, and Wine Country to honour the occasion.

Hoist a virtual glass to the person responsible for your upbringing. Raise a glass in honour of Mom the next time you log into Zoom or your chosen video conferencing service.

Collect a Form Your-Own-Bagel Spread

Some moms like to have breakfast ready for their kids when they get up. Others prefer the versatility that comes with breakfasts in and out and buffet-style lunches and dinners.

Gather a big platter of her favourite breakfast foods including bagels, hotcakes, waffles, and more on the side.

Get The CEO Magazine to your Door Steps; Subscribe Now

Software Suggestion

No stories found.

Best Place to Work

No stories found.

Best Consultants

No stories found.
The CEO Magazine India