Mother’s Day: How to Spoil Your Mum at Home
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Mother’s Day is fast approaching, but if you haven’t made any self-isolation-friendly arrangements just yet, don’t panic. From brownie baking to creating the perfect peony bouquet, we’ve rounded up the best ways to spend time with mum and spoil her this Mothering Sunday (without leaving the house).
Mother’s Day Events to Treat Your Mum To
Delight in a delicious Sunday lunch
The best way to any mum’s heart is through her stomach. Treat her to an extra-special home-made Sunday lunch courtesy of executive chef at The Ritz, John Williams’ twist on the traditional Wellington. Delicious! Recipe here.
Create the perfect peony bouquet
Get baking with Bread Ahead
Spend some quality time with mum by cooking up a storm with Bread Ahead. The renowned cakes and bakes specialist has introduced online baking into the mix, hosting virtual lessons everyday at 2pm on Instagram. Tune in on Sunday for their Mother’s Day Cakes & Muffins edition. breadahead.com
Get outdoors together
Whilst self-isolation and social distancing means we’re spending most of our time indoors, it’s important to get some fresh air too. Delight in a long and relaxing stroll with Mum (and maybe even the dog), whether in an inner-city park or welly-clad and out in the country.
Cosy up to a classic
Whilst heading to the cinema might be out of the question, there’s no reason why you can’t bring the movie theatre to you. Popcorn? Check. Cosy attire? Check. Classic movie? Also check. If you need some inspiration, look to our round up of the classic films worth revisiting.
Self-isolation calls for arts and crafts. Sit down with Mum on Sunday and get creative with flower arranging, patchwork, sketching and more. Look to our round up of biggest craft trends of 2020 for inspiration.
Treat Mum to breakfast in bed
Nothing says I love you quite like breakfast in bed. Cook up these delicious and ‘fuss-free’ Toast, Egg & Bacon Breakfast Bites from food writer Linda Tubby, deliver to Mum in bed, and remember to save one for yourself. Recipe here.
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