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10 Ways to Spend and Celebrate Mothers Day

The best day is less than a week away. Yup, it’s Mother’s Day! One of my favorite days to celebrate. But we all know we should be celebrated every day. Right, moms?

For Mother’s Day, my family lets me choose what we get to do for the day. I usually like to go out for a meal or have one at home. Then I like to go out with the family and do something fun together.

There are a lot of things you can do for Mother’s Day. If you are stumped on how you are going to celebrate the day for your mom, or maybe you are the mom being celebrated, then we have some ideas for you.

Check out these 10 ways to spend and celebrate Mother’s Day!

Plan a picnic idea from Camille Styles

Plan a picnic if the weather happens to be a nice day where you are celebrating Mother’s Day. A picnic permits more spacious area and enjoying the outdoor with loved ones.

Plan a brunch idea from Splendor Styling

Prepare a brunch for the mothers being celebrated.

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Treat her with a massage. Nothing says more in a relaxing environment.

Plan a tea party idea from Country Living

You can have a classic tea party inside or outside. Serve tea, pastries, or even a meal if you’d like.

Set up a scavenger hunt idea from The Dating Diva

You can set up a scavenger hunt around where you live or through the house.

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Take her to a movie. There might be a movie you both are wanting to see. Share a bag of popcorn or candy and enjoy the film together.

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Treat the mom with a manicure. It’s a simple gesture that is not expensive and makes anyone mom feel warm and good.

Bake something together with the mom. Here are 20 amazing cake recipes you can try from Delish or maybe you have a favorite recipe you love together!

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Take a cooking class together.

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Take a the time during Mother’s Day weekend to go on a hike, trail, or even a walk!

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