Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday- how will you celebrate the most important woman in your life? Here are 10 fun and inexpensive mother-daughter date ideas you can plan to let her know how much you love and appreciate her! No matter what you choose to do, it’s guaranteed that you will make her Mother’s Day a memorable one.
1. Get Active
Take an exercise class or go on a hike together. Not only will you be burning calories, but you will be forced to stay away from your phones and spend quality time together.
2. Take a Wine and Painting Class
What’s better than taking a painting class where you’re allowed to bring your own bottle of wine? Even if your painting turns out to be terrible, at least you both will have a good laugh in the end.
Volunteering always feels good, but doing it with your mom will make you feel even better. Volunteering for your favorite charity or local animal shelter is a great way to learn the importance of giving back.
4. Get Crafty
5. Cooking Class
The typical weeknight dinner preparation can take the fun out of cooking. Bring the fun back by learning how to make new recipes and enjoying the delicious results at the end.
6. Get Pampered
All girls deserved to enjoy themselves and be pampered once in a while! Take a trip to your favorite nail salon for a mani/pedi or indulge in a relaxing massage together. No matter what you do, it will be the perfect opportunity to get some quality girl talk in.
Take the time to prepare a meal together, grab a cozy blanket, and go somewhere like a nearby park or the beach. Oh, and don’t forget to bring the wine!
8. Shopping Trip
What girl doesn’t appreciate a little retail therapy? To make your shopping experience even more fun, pick out a few outfits for her to try on. We all know that moms sometimes forget to keep up with the trends.
9. Have a Movie Night
You don’t have to do something extravagant to have a good time. Sometimes the most memorable time will be chatting over your favorite chick flick while snacking on some popcorn.
10. Treat Yourself
Take her out for a yummy dessert at your local ice cream parlor or to the Cheesecake Factory for some good old-fashioned cheesecake. It’s Mother’s day, so calories hardly count.