We all want to celebrate our moms in a special and memorable way. Here are some Mother’s Day date ideas that your mom would love!
Mother’s Day Brunch
Brunch is never a bad idea! Take your mom out to a fun brunch spot to catch up, and try amazing food. And have all your loved ones around. The top three brunch spots we recommend in San Diego are Rustic Root, Breakfast and Bubbles and Morning Glory. We also suggest booking a reservation beforehand so you’ll be worry-free on Mother’s Day.
Taking your mom for a complete spa day is not only so relaxing, but she’ll remember it forever! There are many options, whether it’s a hot stone massage, an aromatherapy massage or a deep tissue massage. We suggest going to H2 Foot Spa & Massage.
You can also head over to iTAN so your mom can try our Spa services and feel her best! It’s a great way to prepare her skin before the big festivities. Check out our Hydration Station, FIT Bodywrap and more!
Movie & Pizza Night
If you’re feeling a little more laid back this year, you can always keep it casual. You can’t go wrong with ordering pizza and binging all your mom’s favorite movies! You can also play card games like We’re not really strangers. This game is purpose driven and all about empowering meaningful connections by asking deep questions. It’s a great way to have a more fulfilling connection with your mom!
Picnic & Paint
It’s bound to be a beautiful day on Mother’s Day, so being outside is a must! Packing a picnic filled with all your mom’s favorite foods and desserts is the way to go. Even if you’re not artistic it’s still so fun to paint and do an activity that brings your creative side out. If you don’t feel like planning or don’t have time, you can also book a painting class where you can order food and have instructors guide you step-by-step. We recommend going to Pinot’s Palette in Liberty Station. They offer classes indoors and outdoors, and you also get to leave with the beautiful painting you created!
No matter what you choose to do for mom, make it a Mother’s Day she’ll never forget.