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10 Mother’s Day Ideas for 2022

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March 16, 2022 | 4 minutes read time

Mother’s Day is a time to show your mum some love and appreciation for her and everything she does. Here are some thoughtful ways you can delight her this Mother’s Day.


When is Mother’s Day 2022?

This year, Mother’s Day is on Sunday 27th March. Don’t get caught out – this date changes every year depending on Easter, falling on the fourth Sunday of Lent. It’s also celebrated at different times around the world, with the U.S. and Australia marking the occasion on the second Sunday of May.


Things To Do On Mother’s Day

1. Sunday lunch

Gather the family and treat your mum to a delicious Sunday lunch at her favourite country pub. She’ll love having everyone together and enjoying some yummy food that someone else has cooked.  

2. Get creative at a flower arranging class

For a twist on a traditional bunch of flowers, get hands-on and learn how to create a beautiful bouquet at a flower arranging masterclass. Mum will leave the workshop with the gorgeous arrangement of blooms you’ve created together.

3. Visit a local garden

It’s the time of year when we see the first hints of spring, so make the most of the brighter days and take in the pretty views at a local garden. Take your mum for a scenic stroll alongside bluebells, tulips and primroses, and enjoy being in nature. 

4. Treat her to a pamper

For a mum in need of a little ‘me time’, a pamper day is perfect. Book her in for a spa experience where she can relax and take advantage of the luxurious treatments on offer. From facials to tranquil massages, she’ll love taking the time to indulge and recharge.


How To Spend Mother’s Day at Home

5. Throw an afternoon tea party

Pull out all the stops and put on a spread fit for a queen. Think dainty finger sandwiches, scones, and cakes – all served with tea or cocktails. To make your Mother’s Day afternoon tea extra special, display your treats on an elegant 3 tier cake stand and bring out your best silverware. 

6. Bake together or make crafts

Nothing says ‘I love you’ more than spending some quality time together. Grab your aprons and rolling pin and bake something tasty together that you can tuck into later over a cup of tea. Or if your mum loves arts and crafts, set up a table with everything you’ll need for some one-of-a-kind creations like jewellerycandles, or even a stunning piece of art that will be a happy reminder of your day together. 

7. Go for a family dog walk

Get some fresh air and spend quality time with mum and the family on an adventurous walk with the dog. You can keep it local for convenience or explore something more adventurous with your furry friend. Don’t forget to check the weather and make sure to charge your Curve Pet tracker before you take off.


Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day 

8. Bouquet from the florist

Fresh flowers are a classic way to celebrate Mother’s Day. Not only will they look stunning in your mum’s home, but each bloom has its own unique meaning to show how much you care. Flowers are a thoughtful gesture that are always sure to bring a smile. 

9. Handmade mug

There’s nothing better than a handmade gift, especially when it’s been crafted with love. There’s something about handcrafted pottery that feels personal – each piece is individual and has its own character. Both functional and decorative, it’s a meaningful gift that your mum can keep forever. 

10. Shop small

If you’re still trying to think of the perfect gift, consider supporting a small business with a wide range of options on Trouva, including homeware, self-care and art. You can even find shops local to your area but purchase with the click of a button.

Be sure to spoil your mum this Mother’s Day with our gifts and activity ideas to help her feel as special as she is!




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