Don’t let COVID-19 ruin your Mother’s Day activities. Here are some fun and thoughtful ways to spend Mother’s Day at home or with a loved one from afar.

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been thinking about Mother’s Day since last year. I really look forward to this special day so I can spend time with mom, grandma, & sister. I love being able to just relax with them and reflect on all the joys and craziness of being a mom…I also enjoy the mimosas and pratically child free day while enjoying brunch and massages, but I really love just being with the other women in my family. 

So you could imagine my disappointment when stay-at-home orders were pushed back through Mother’s Day. Not only would I not be able to see my family, or have a peaceful day to myself, but the Mother’s Day Brunch I had been planning for months for DFW moms was going to be cancelled.

But if you know me, you know nothing can keep me down for long and I will always come up with a creative solution to celebrate this day even if I am bound to the walls of my home. Of course I couldn’t keep all my ideas to myself, as I know many of you are looking for ways to celebrate, whether you are a grandparent, mom, daughter, son, husband, or boyfriend, here are some ways to celebrate Mother’s Day at home with your loved ones close and afar!

P.S. I even have some kid friendly ideas in here to 😉 

Ideas For Celebrating Mother's Day

Everyone Loves Flowers Right?

Nothing says Mother’s Day quite like flowers. I know it may seem kinda basic, but with everything going on, a beautiful bouquet of flowers would brighten anyone’s day. This is also a great way to show love to someone who might be far away, like a mom or grandma, or even a friend who just had a baby. You can never go wrong with flowers. Luckily for Mother’s Day, many florists are open! If flowers aren’t her thing, an edible arrangement is always delicious!

If you are local to DFW, Below are some amazing local florists that are still OPEN! If you are not local to DFW, is still taking orders!


Gloria’s Flowers: 2752 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX (214) 339-9273

Mockingbird Florist: 5606 E. Mockingbird Ln. Dallas, TX (214) 821-1433

Paraiso Flower Shop: 1921 S. Story Rd. Irving, TX (972) 600-9688

Fort Worth Florist: 8247 Camp Bowie W Blvd. Fort Worth, TX (817) 244-2345

Relax With A Spa Day

Okay, so if you aren’t here for the flowers, well I have another idea for you! Whether you do it on your own or if your a hubby or boyfriend reading this, treat youself or your special lady to a spa day! I love this idea because it can be as affordable as your budget allows or you can go all out and do the most!

Here are some ideas to make your At Home Mother’s Day Spa perfect!

  • Purchase a cute lounge set and relax in a cute and comfy outfit to enjoy your day in!
  • Get some amazing bubble bath soap or a bath bomb and take a luxurious bath.*If want want to get extra fancy get some candles and soft music and really set the scene*
  • Pick up some face masks from Target and a nice bottle of wine. *Combine this with the bubble bath, a good movie, or both…talk about heaven*
  • For the men reading this, look up a quick youtube video on how to give a partner massage (trust me, yall aren’t that great at massages as you think you are), purchase some massage oil, and give her a much needed full body massage!
Dinner For 2..Or 3 Or 4

I know they say “the way to a man’s heart is his stomach” but have you ever witnessed a hangry momma? I can assure you it is not a pretty site and you don’t want those problems. Avoid that this Mother’s Day by cooking something nice for the momma in your home or take a FREE online cooking class together!

Cooking is also a great way to get the kids involved this Mother’s Day! Have them be your little helper with mixing ingredients or even some light chopping if they’re old enough!

If you need some recipe ideas you can always check out the recipes here on my blog or check Pinterest for some inspiration! For those free online cooking classes I mentioned above, click here for a list of chefs who are hosting free classes almost every day!

Get The Kids Involved

Mother’s Day wouldn’t be a thing without our little ones invloved. Although I usually like to spend most of my day child free, that won’t be happening this year. 

I don’t know about y’all but I LOVE every single little craft my daughter does. So here are some crafts that your little ones can do to make your day a little extra special!

  1. DIY Mother’s Day Sugar Scrub
  2. DIY Mother’s Day Card
  3. Nail Polish Marble Mugs
  4. Baby Footprint Flower
  5. DIY Popsicle Stick Flower Pots
  6. Flower Picture Card
  7. Mother’s Day Crayon Art
  8. Mom DIY Coupon Book
  9. Handprint Jewelry Dish
  10. Homemade Bath Bombs

I hope you enjoy all these cute and fun ideas to do at home! Let me know in the comments what your Mother’s Day plans are!

With Love, Julianna