Mother’s Day is almost two weeks away, but don’t stress! We’re here to help you make the day perfect for your Mama. We’ve come up with six tips and tricks to go above and beyond expectations this year and treat your mom right. Check out our list below, dethorn those roses and unleash your inner party planner.
Surprise mom with your tablescaping skills. Don’t worry - we’ve made it easy with our Build Your Own tool. Click here and select Mother’s Day as your occasion and we’ll suggest some fun pairings. Here are our top picks for Mother’s Day tableware.
What’s brunch without mimosas? If you don’t have the countertop space, add in a bar cart that’s fully stocked with mom’s favorite champagne/sparkling wine and a fun variety of juices! Include the staple orange juice but also add some bright flavors like grapefruit, pomegranate and mango. Pour into these iridescent champagne flutes and garnish with fruit slices.
Agate Place Card Holder
If mom is all about the details and appreciates the finer things in life, add these gorgeous agate place card holders to your tablescape for some extra sparkle. Your guests will love them too as a gift they can take home and be sure to reuse.
Party Fans Tablescape
We try to think a little outside the box when it comes to party fans because they can be used for so much more than just wall decor!- although, we don’t hate the idea of placing them as a backdrop for cute pictures or against your buffet table. Create some extra dimension on your table by laying them flat as a gorgeous centerpiece with some flowers or candles surrounding them.
Floral Ice Cubes
These floral ice cubes are such a simple and pretty addition to not only your drink, but the whole aesthetic of the party. Make these the night before by simply adding edible flowers to your ice cube trays and watch your guests marvel over the small but elegant detailing. If you happen to have some extra, throw them on top of your dessert as well.
Mother’s Day Flower Arrangements
It’s not Mother’s Day without beautiful, soft floral arrangements. Place your flowers anywhere on the table, bar cart, buffet table (if you’re having one) and even throughout the room or outside entrance. If you’re really creative and bold, make a flower wall! Either way, pinks and whites are a good bet. Create one large bouquet or split your stems up in mini vases to make your arrangement go a long way.
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