Michelle Got Married

Michelle Got Married

Money Saving Ideas for Mother's Day

Mother’s Day is just around the corner (next Sunday to be precise) so I thought I would put together a couple ideas on what you can do or buy for your mom to make sure she knows she’s loved! Yesterday I took my mom out for a faux-Mother’s Day celebration since I will be in Ohio this weekend for my cousin’s graduation. We went downtown to eat at a delicious fancy Italian restaurant and then walked around and window shopped until we were ready for some dessert!


If your bank account does not allot for an expensive luxurious gift, do one of these gestures to make sure she is still appreciated!

  1. Create a photo album. If you are married, put together some of the professional prints of you and her from your wedding day. It’ll be something she can cherish for years to come.
  2. Make her dinner or invite her over for brunch. Your mom most likely spent a huge portion of your life cooking meals every day and I know a lot of moms would appreciate to just sit down to a nice meal without any work or clean up involved on their end.
  3. Start a new project for her around the house. Offer her a hand with a daunting chore around the house where your assistance can be of use ie: organizing her closet or helping garden.
  4. Bring her flowers. Whether you found these outdoors or bought a $10 bouquet from the store, sometimes just the thought behind the effort is just as much appreciated.
  5. Spend quality time with her. Most moms just want to spend time with their children so make an effort to plan a day for her whether that involves going on a bike ride, hiking, or taking a day-trip.

I love you mom!