On the hunt for creative ways to celebrate Mother’s Day at home? Discover our favourite ways to spoil mum this weekend.
This year, we’re all doing things a little differently. Instead of heading out to restaurants, bars and cafes to treat mum, we’re staying in and finding new opportunities to show just how much we care. If you’re looking for some inspiration for what to do this Mother’s Day, check out our guide to the best ways to spoil mum at home this Mother’s Day.
Order a gourmet feast from the Sam Prince Hospitality Group’s top venues
This Mother’s Day, let someone else do the cooking. The Sam Prince Hospitality Group (the team behind the CBD’s top restaurants such as INDU, Kid Kyoto and Méjico) have curated a lavish Mother’s Day takeaway menu, giving Sydneysiders the perfect chance to dine at-home with their mum. This 6-course feast box comes packed with watermelon sashimi, half roast chicken, honey and miso-glazed roast pumpkin, crispy roast potatoes, cos lettuce salad and baked chocolate with fresh fruit and cream for dessert.
Want to make mum’s day extra special? Why not add on a bunch of flowers from Sydney-based florist Settle Petal or purchase a copy of Palmera’s cookbook “Handmade” (helping to support women in Sri Lanka). To order, simply head to SPHG’s Mother’s Day booking page for delivery ($15) on Sat May 9th and Sun May 10th. Find out more and order now here.
Indulge in No.5 Restaurant’s Mother’s Day dining packages
Want to treat your mum to a gourmet breakfast in bed with a side of bubbles? Perhaps a lavish seafood feast will be the perfect dining experience? Or, why not order both? For those looking to pamper mum from afar, look no further than Alexandria’s No.5 Restaurant. The team has lovingly curated two delicious Mother’s Day packages (designed to cater for two), both available for free delivery around Sydney’s Inner West.
Start her day with No. 5’s Breakfast In Bed Package ($60), featuring house-made muesli, spanner crab omelet with salsa verde, and a bottle of bubbles (plus a beautiful hand cream for an extra special touch). Plus, No.5’s Seafood Lunch Package ($80) includes a flavourful smoked trout salad, baked whole fish and a special Mother’s Day dessert to finish (as well as a luxurious body wash for mum to enjoy). Plus, you can add a bottle of wine to the lunch package for an additional $20.
And for those really wanting to spoil mum, order both for $120. To secure your Mother’s Day feast from No.5 Restaurant, place your order online by 4pm Thursday, May 4th for delivery on Sunday, May 10. Find out more here.
Find mum’s perfect plant match at Eden Gardens
Give the gift of beautiful blooms (that won’t die within a few days) this Mother’s Day. The team from Eden Gardens is helping Sydneysiders find the perfect plant for their mum. This team of plant experts has you covered with a 2.5-acre store packed with stunning greenery and gifts along with an online store delivering within 40km of Macquarie Park.
To help you make the perfect selection, check out Meredith Kirton and the team from Eden Garden’s handy #perfectplantmatch Mother’s Day picks below:
- For the model mum: you can’t go wrong with the Moth Orchid, always sophisticated and dramatic.
- For the Happy Camper mum: her natural garden match is the rubber tree, or Ficus elastica.
- For the activewear mum: her perfect match is the tally and willowy bamboo palm.
- For the busy mum: the perfect pairing for her is a Pothos or Devil’s Ivy.
- For the grandmum: her garden match is the Lady Palm.
- For the mother-in-law: there is even a plant named after her…the Mother-in-law’s-tongue, or Sansevieria.
- For the new mum: she deserves a Monstera or fruit salad plant.
To browse Eden Garden’s full selection of plants, pots, books, nourishing body care products and more and shop for your mum, click here.
Give the gift of vino this Mother’s Day thanks to Drinks Trolley
There’s nothing like opening a beautiful bottle of wine. In fact, we’d say it’s one of the best ways to celebrate any occasion. If you’re still searching for the perfect last-minute gift this Mother’s Day, look no further than Drinks Trolley.
As one of Sydney’s newest alcohol delivery platforms, Drinks Trolley is a game-changing service with over 100 wines and spirits to choose from, all listed online at incredibly affordable prices. In fact, the platform was launched as a way to leverage left over stock from hospitality venues sadly forced to close due to COVID-19. What a way to support your local drinking spots and get Mother’s Day gift-giving sorted all at once!Treat mum to one of Drinks Trolley’s two lavish gift boxes, both priced at under $100. Show you care with the ‘Mum’s Rosé’ pack, including Talits Estate Rosé 2019, a delicious French sparkling of Saint Rose and the vegan Nova Vita Rosé 2019, as well as a card from Sydney-based screen-printers Me & Amber for just $59. Why not go all-out with the ‘Everything Mum Needs’ pack ($99), including a bottle of Saint Rose and Nova Vita Rosé, a Me & Amber card plus a bottle of 23rd St Distillery Signature Gin and a Gascoigne & King candle.
To secure your gift in time for Mother’s Day, make sure to place it online by 2pm Friday, May 8th for guaranteed delivery (Sydney metro only.) Find out more here.
Show mum you care with a Secret Foodies gift voucher
For mums with a love for food and wine, you can’t go past a voucher with Secret Foodies, our sister events company bringing together adventurous foodies from across Australia. With many events already being rescheduled for late 2020, now is the perfect time to secure a voucher to one of Secret Foodies’ upcoming intimate public events. Meet new people, enjoy delicious food and wine and discover the best spots across Sydney with the team at Secret Foodies. Secure a voucher here.
Sponsored Love. This post is proudly brought to you in partnership with The Sam Prince Hospitality Group, No. 5 Restaurant, Eden Gardens and Drinks Trolley. Thank you for supporting the partners that make Eat Drink Play possible.