Looking for Mother's Day ideas? Plan a festive brunch (in real life or over Zoom), drive by and drop off something she loves, or send flowers to support a local business.
Make Mom proud with beautiful custom online Mother’s Day invitations for all the ways you plan to celebrate her. She knows best, so don’t skimp on the details. Free Mother’s Day invitations mean that you don’t have to spend extravagantly on those details, either. Lead the way to Mother’s Day brunch with a grand bouquet—which flowers you use are up to you. Mother’s Day is the second Sunday in May, so you’ll find plenty of options in full bloom, including Liberty’s pastoral English garden arrangements, Marimekko’s wild Scandinavian blossoms, and Rifle Paper Co.’s hand-painted posies. You can also offer an invitation featuring a plate of croissants and petits fours to whet everyone’s appetites before your thoroughly continental brunch. Those with a pollen allergy or other party plans in mind will appreciate invitations in elegant graphic and typographic designs. Make it modern with bluepoolroad and Sugar Paper’s modern and minimal type or choose classic calligraphic hand-lettering from Bernard Maisner.
Once you’ve figured out the best way to fete mother dearest, personalize your invitation with the online design tool. You can update the wording, choose a backdrop for your online missive, and even pick out a new envelope liner for one last bit of pop. Use online RSVP tracking to monitor your family’s attendance and guest messaging—including one-click reminders for those who haven’t responded or opened their invitations—to bring the fine art of nagging into the 21st century (Mom taught you well, after all). It’s easy to make a fond memory of this and future Mother's Day celebrations. Post snapshots from your get-together in the event’s online gallery, and she’ll have source material for future family albums (or maternal blackmail).
If you couldn’t be there on the day itself, don’t forget to send an online Mother’s Day card. Better yet, schedule it in advance—you’ll save yourself a guilt trip.