Looking for some creative and fun ways to celebrate your mother? Here are 6 easy ideas to celebrate Mother’s Day.
Sharing an easy flower arrangement, these treats for the bath, this easy sugar scrub and so much more. Create a special day for your mother that is as special as she is.
Just in case no one else had mentioned it yet?
Mother’s Day is just around the corner.
It’s time to encourage and lift up and celebrate those special moms in our life.
I love my mother more than I love my blue and white living room.
Which is a WHOLE LOT.
And I love planning out a day to treat her to a day as amazing as she is.
It doesn’t need to be expensive.
It doesn’t need to be elaborate.
It doesn’t need to be complicated.
Moms just want to know you are thinking about them.
So today I’m sharing 6 simple ideas to make Mother’s Day extra special.
6 Easy Ideas To Celebrate Mother’s Day
This easy flower arrangement
- I started out with a bundle of flowers from Trader Joe’s.
- I found these embroidery hoops at Hobby Lobby for about $2.97 to give the centerpiece some height.
- These bunches of flowers were already pre-sorted and pre-designed for me at Trader Joe’s. I used a 3/4 bunch for this centerpiece. I bought the bundles of eucalyptus separately and used about 1/4 of each bundle in the centerpiece. You could probably purchase a bundle of flowers and a bundle of eucalyptus and stretch them into two centerpieces.
- The galvanized metal containers came from Hobby Lobby. You can get them at half off for about $3.50.
I’m going to show you how I put them together.
But first, I need to add a disclaimer.
If you are a floral professional, please look away. This might not be the post for you. You might look at this tutorial and say WHAT? Just know that this simple centerpiece for a party was constructed by a girl with TONS of creativity, but literally no time.
I just created it the only way I know how.
Fast and furious.
- galvanized bucket
- floral foam
- white duck tape
- embroidery hoop
1. Start with an embroidery hoop
This embroidery hoop came from the sewing section at Hobby Lobby.
The hoops come in TONS of different sizes.
I actually made different centerpieces for the serving tables out of larger ones.
This hoop is about 12″ in diameter.
2. Attach to floral foam
Place the embroidery hoop on top of the floral foam.
Wrap with white duck tape.
Pull tightly to make sure it’s secure.
3. Wedge into galvanized bucket
Wedge the hoop with the floral foam attached into the bucket with two additional pieces of floral foam.
I cut the floral foam on the sides to just fit so the middle foam was in there tightly.
Next, I wet the foam to get ready to put the flowers in.
4. Place the flowers and the greenery
I started with two sprigs of eucalyptus on each side.
I cut them approximately 18″ and wound them around the embroidery hoop.
I also added eucalyptus and other greenery into the floral foam as a base.
Here are the flowers from the Trader Joe’s bundle.
Here’s a close-up of the flowers and the greenery.
I just kept layering them until they looked the way I wanted it to.
One quick tip: I used four different types of flowers in each centerpiece and two different types of greenery.
This gave it so much depth.
It’s ready to deliver to your mom.
These handmade bath bombs
These bath bombs from My Weathered Home are so easy and affordable to make.
I want to make some for my mom.
I might need to try them out for me.
You can see the entire DIY here.
Limoncello sugar scrub recipe
This is one of the easiest ideas to celebrate Mother’s Day from Tatertots and Jello.
Make this sugar scrub and add it to a basket full of your mother’s favorite things.
There’s not only a DIY for the sugar scrub and but there are also free downloadable printable tags for the perfect gift.
This high tea celebration
Isn’t this the cutest centerpiece from Midwest Life and Style?
It’s so bright and cheery and such an incredible way to celebrate mom.
There’s a how-to for the centerpiece and the place settings and some easy recipes, too. Such easy ideas to celebrate Mother’s Day.
You can see the entire celebration here.
This blue and yellow brunch decor
Blue and yellow is such a pretty color combination.
And this table from The Tattered Pew is beautiful.
The star of the show?
This quilt that’s turned into a tablecloth.
This rustic farmhouse table setting
I am so all about this beautiful rustic table setting from Robyn’s French Nest.
Every little detail is perfection.
There are rosemary napkin rings and wicker vase arrangements and the prettiest centerpiece.
Here’s to the mothers who make our lives special.
May their day be full of celebration.
May their day be full of family and sunshine and joy.
And may their day be as wonderful and amazing and special as they are. 🙂