How To Celebrate Mother’s Day At Home
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How To Celebrate Mother’s Day At Home

Lockdown-friendly ways to treat your mum

Looking for ways to make your mum feel special this Mother’s Day? Whether you’re able to be together or not, here are some ideas for ways to celebrate at home – from virtual candle making classes to the finest pastries in town.

How To Celebrate Mother’s Day At Home

Champagne Lanson Mother’s Day Gourmet Meal Box

Champagne Lanson Mother's Day Box

Nothing says celebration like champagne – particularly when served with a decadent home-cooked meal. The Mother’s Day box from Champagne Lanson contains all the ingredients for a three-course meal for between two and six people. On the menu: asparagus with truffle dressing followed by a succulent shoulder of Herdwick lamb that has been slow-cooked for 12 hours, served with roast potatoes, baby heirloom carrots and glazed roscoff onions. For dessert, it’s an apple tarte tatin – all washed down with a bottle of Lanson Le Rosé. From £130, order by 9 March.

Spa & dinner experience by Bvlgari Hotel London x Zuma

Zuma x Bvlgari Hotel London

Missing mother-daughter spa days? Treat your mum to this idyllic spa and dining collaboration from Bvlgari Hotel London and Japanese restaurant Zuma. Your delivery will include a finish at home tasting menu featuring Zuma’s signature sushi alongside a pampering box from the luxurious Bvlgari Hotel London, which includes a £50 credit towards a personalised massage once the hotel reopens. £198,

Floristry classes with Daylesford

Daylesford Floristry Class

Daylesford is taking its popular floristry classes online, with a special event taking place for Mother’s Day. Originally held at the farm in the Cotswolds, the two-hour workshops are suitable for both beginners and experienced florists, and you’ll be sent everything you need beforehand – including fresh flowers from Daylesford’s organic cutting garden, plus containers and vases. £95, 11 March 2 – 4pm.

Mother’s Day Lunch from Chef’s Farms

Chef's Farms Mother's Day Box

Fresh, local produce lies at the heart of Chef’s Farms, an online shop which brings together goods from a group of Sussex farms. The company originally supplied produce to hospitality establishments in the area, but last year introduced a home delivery service with the aim of connecting customers to seasonal produce. Recently Chef’s Farms added DIY meal kits to its repertoire, with a themed box coming up for Mother’s Day. Designed for three to four adults, the box includes all the ingredients for a hearty roast, including pork belly, leek and cauliflower cheese, sauteed Hispi cabbage and crispy roast potatoes, followed by an apple and forced rhubarb crumble dessert. £66,

Pottery making and flower arranging with Sculpd x Bloom & Wild

Sculpd x Bloom & Wild

If your mother is a fan of crafts, this collaboration between Sculpd and Bloom & Wild is sure to fit the bill. Each kit contains a bunch of dried flowers, plus a clay pottery kit allowing you to make a hand-crafted vase to put them in. A video tutorial is included, plus flower arranging tips to ensure the finished product looks perfect. If you live with your mum or are in her support bubble, this is a lovely activity to enjoy together – but equally nice to send as a gift. £65,

Virtual candle making with Earl of East x The Botanist Gin

Earl of East x The Botanist Gin

Whether you’re tuning in together or from separate homes, the virtual candle making classes from Earl of East make the perfect Mother’s Day activity. The workshops are running in partnership with The Botanist Gin, who Earl of East has teamed up with to launch a limited-edition Fiche Dó Candle inspired by the scent of Islay, home of The Botanist Gin. Before the session you’ll be sent a kit containing all the tools and oils needed to create your own candle, plus a bottle of gin and a cocktail recipe booklet. 13, 14 and 20 March, £55pp.

Pastries from The Connaught Patisserie

The Connaught Patisserie, Mother's Day

If your mother is partial to a sweet treat, send her some treats from The Connaught Patisserie’s new Mother’s Day range. Everything is sugar-pink, from the Patisserie’s signature hound vanilla mousse with rhubarb to a show-stopping special edition cake, crafted from vanilla sponge, shortbread and Chantilly cream and finished with a sprinkling of rose petals. Available for pre-order and can be collected from 5 – 14 March, from £9. To place an order call 020 7314 3535.

Afternoon tea from Claridge’s

Claridge's Mother's Day

Mother’s Day has always been big at Claridge’s, so of course the hotel has pulled out all the stops for its lockdown offering. Treat your mum with a delivery for one, which features fresh scones and Cornish clotted cream, finger sandwiches and a selection of beautiful cakes including pistachio choux, golden fruitcake and Jivara chocolate brownie. Hopefully next time, it will be a table for two. Available 12 – 14 March within an 8-mile radius of Claridge’s, £50 and serves one.

Sunday roast from The Savoy

Savoy at Home

If your Mother’s Day would usually involve a fancy meal out, recreate the experience at home with The Savoy’s delivery service, Savoy at Home. Available for a delivery within 12 miles of the hotel, the roast includes tender sirloin served with seasonal vegetables, crispy roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and a rich gravy – followed by a perfectly creamy cheesecake. Pop a hand-tied bouquet of pink tulips on the side for extra daughter/son points.

Afternoon G&Tea from COYA

COYA Mother's Day

Surprise your mum with a pick-me-up from Mayfair restaurant COYA, which has launched a sweet treat and cocktail delivery service for the occasion. This includes a G&Tea Cocktail consisting of Bombay Bramble gin, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur and hibiscus flower tea, suitable for four people – should mum choose to share. This is accompanied by a vanilla cheesecake with a cacao crumble base and blackberry sauce. £40 plus £10 for delivery, available for delivery or collection on 13 March, order by email at [email protected] or by calling 020 7042 7118.

Gladwin Brothers’ Mothering Funday Feast Box

Gladwin Brothers Mother's Day Box

Lucky enough to be with your family this Mother’s Day? Celebrate together with this feast box from culinary trio the Gladwin Brothers, which covers all your meals for the special day. Begin with a fizz-fuelled brunch complete with pastries, eggs and homemade bread, followed by a light farmhouse-style lunch of cauliflower soup and scones. For the main event, it’s a Sunday roast complete with pork from the Gladwin’s family-run Sussex farm, served with apple sauce, Jersey Royals, heritage carrots and purple sprouting broccoli. Finish on a sweet note with a dark chocolate torte dessert. Available for delivery on 12 March, order by 10 March for London and 8 March for national delivery, £150 for six people.

Breakfast in Bed from The Berkeley

The Berkeley Mother's Day Breakfast in Bed

On 13 and 14 March, bikes from The Berkeley will be whizzing around town dropping off breakfast in bed deliveries for lucky mothers. On the menu: fresh croissants, orange juice, granola and fruit, plus hand-crafted chocolate heart plaques piped with ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ for a special finishing touch. Add sunshine yellow tulips courtesy of McQueens Flowers and a bottle of Laurent Perrier champagne for the ultimate Mother’s Day treat. Available within an 8-mile radius of The Berkeley, from £29.


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