The best ways to treat your mum this Mother’s Day

As the 26th of March looms ever closer, it’s time to start thinking about how you will treat your mum this Mother’s Day. Many of us are all too familiar with the struggle when your mum deserves an island for everything she does for you, but unfortunately, it is likely the case that your budget isn’t going to stretch quite that far. However, there are a number of ways you can resolve this issue, and shower your mum with all the love, affection, and, most importantly, gifts she deserves. If you have siblings, why not chip in altogether to get her something truly special? We’ve listed a few of the best ways to treat your mum like the Queen she is this Mother’s Day:

Breakfast in bed: the perfect wake up call before heading down to our hair salon, Bristol for a restyle.

Breakfast in bed

Whether you live at home or away, there is no mother in all the land that wouldn’t appreciate breakfast in bed. You know your mum better than anyone, so you’ll know whether to organise an extravagant feast featuring pancakes, luxury coffee and an exotic fruit salad or whether a classic cup of tea and toast will do the trick. Either way, your mum will love the opportunity for a lie-in and being waited on hand and foot. This is a fab way to start your day of celebrations, especially if you have a hair appointment, pamper day or meal out organised for later in the day.

Gift voucher

Nothing says “I love you” like the gift of a new hairdo. Treat your mum to a fresh new style that will make her talk of the town and have her feeling confident and fresh for weeks to come. Better still, book yourself in for a colour or restyle so you can spend some quality time together and a good old gossip in the chair. Stop by our hair salon in Bristol, where you can purchase a voucher for your mum to use at her convenience, making it the gift that keeps on giving as she has a date in her diary to look forward to. This is particularly perfect for those mums with a very full schedule, encouraging her to make some time for herself.


There is a wide range of jewellery on offer specifically for mums in preparation for the big day. If you decide to go down this route, remember to think about what she would like rather than what you prefer. Doing a bit of research into precious gemstones and the meaning behind them could go a long way, or even just subtly find out whether she’d rather a necklace, ring, earrings, or bracelet.

High tea

High tea is the ultimate trend that is bang on style in 2017. It’s difficult to walk down the street between the hours of 3pm and 5pm without seeing a huddle of enthusiasts, gathered around a mound of sandwiches and enough pastries for the thought alone to make your jeans button pop. Mother’s day is a great time to try out this trend for yourself and perhaps you could even pair up with a neighbour or friend to make it more of a special occasion. For an extra special treat for mum, search for high tea that includes a bottomless bubbles option, so that prosecco can flow as freely as the conversation!

Day out with the whole family

One of the best gifts you can give your mum this Mother’s Day is your time. This is particularly relevant if you have children of your own, and wish to celebrate as one big family on the day. Planning a day trip, and forking out for your mum is the perfect way to show her how much she means to you, as well as allowing you to create many a memory that will last forever. This can be anything, from a visit to a nearby city and all the attractions there or a walk round your local park.

Pamper spa day

Spending the afternoon at a fantastic spa near you is a brilliant way to relax, for both you and your mum! Many spas will offer a package whereby you can choose a treatment on the day, and be granted access to relaxation lounges, pools, saunas and Jacuzzies. This could create the ultimate gift when combined with a high tea or a hair restyle in the morning; nothing could make her feel more fabulous!

Bedtime gifts

If you have got your mum a special gift, this could be something to help her relax like a new pillow or some luxury pyjamas or even just a small token of gratitude, gifting your mum just before she hits the hay is a fantastic way to round off the day.

Make a donation in her name

Not all mums are into the commercial side of the celebration, but that doesn’t mean it should go completely unnoticed. A random act of kindness such as making a donation in her name is a brilliant compromise to show you are still thinking about her and know her better than anyone, earning you more brownie points in the long run.


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