Garden Party Ideas for Mother’s Day

Far better than breakfast in bed, throwing your mum a party for Mother’s Day is the perfect way to show her how much you appreciate everything she does for you. With this in mind, discover our top garden party ideas for mother’s day below!

 

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Go for a Gazebo

It might be spring time officially, but holding a garden party in March probably has a high chance of rain. A gazebo can help you get the best of both worlds, and with some pretty decor it can create something really special.

Why not try some of our favourites?

  • Multi coloured bunting
  • Swathes of fabric flowers
  • Balloon garlands
  • Fancy table decorations

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Serve Afternoon Tea

Make your mum feel like a queen for the afternoon by serving her a beautiful afternoon tea. Tell her to put on her posh frock, set her up with a pretty table in the garden and then wait on her hand-and-foot with some delicious treats.

We love:

  • Dainty sandwiches (with the crusts cut off of course!)
  • Mini cakes
  • Pretty macarons
  • Scones and cream

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Plan A Treasure Hunt

A great idea for keeping little kids (and mum) entertained, planning a treasure hunt around the garden is a great adventure. Hide little treats along the way for younger ones to find, just make sure that there’s something extra nice for mum at the end of it. This is a great idea as it gets the whole family involved – which mum is sure to adore!

 

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Take a Trip Down Memory Lane

A lovely way for getting conversations started, decorate your garden with pictures of favourite times you’ve spent with your mum over the years. This is guaranteed to get the stories flowing, and probably some tears too. She’ll appreciate your thoughtfulness more than any gift!

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With plenty ideas for spoiling mum, why not think outside the chocolate box this year and make Mother’s Day 2019 the best one yet!?