Last updated on May 14th, 2020 at 09:02 pm
While this year’s Mother’s Day might not feel like years past, it doesn’t mean that you can’t find fun and creative ways to toast to Mom while saving money! Since this year’s celebrations will be spent at home, make the most of your space and brainstorm some DIY ideas to treat Mom. Ask her what her favorite Mother’s Day traditions are, and look for ways to recreate them in your home!
If mom is in need of a stay-cation, or if your family’s style is attending a Mother’s Day brunch, why not make your own? The best gift you can give mom is your effort and showing her how much she means to you through a delicious breakfast. It’s a great way to show her you care! For ideas on how to not break the bank while creating a “wow” breakfast presentation keep reading!
Mother’s Day Breakfast Boards
The newest and kiddo-friendly style for serving breakfast is using a charcuterie board! This hack is great for big or small families as you can customize your bites for each person’s preference. Just swap the normal meat and cheese for your favorite breakfast items, and voila, you have a beautiful display without spending too much or ordering in! For an added flair, bring spring brunch to your home by adding floral components to your board like daisies, rose petals, or any pretty foliage.
For additional inspiration and to help you get started, FTD has styled three mood boards showing creative ways to style these boards. They cover styles from glam to minimal, so you can create one as unique as Mom. To ensure Mom is able to sit back and enjoy her stay-cation, they’ve even included a free donut-themed printable to keep little ones happily busy! She’ll love reading all the reasons why they “love her a hole-lot!”
Don’t miss this fun printable! Just click the image below to print. (This will print full-size, or use your printer’s settings to fit it to your page.)
However you celebrate Mother’s Day, we hope you spend it surrounded by loved ones and spoiling Mom. Happy Mother’s Day!
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