How To Celebrate Mother’s Day During COVID-19

How To Celebrate Mother's Day During COVID-19

How To Celebrate Mother’s Day During COVID-19

This Mother’s Day on Sunday 10th May 2020 will be unlike every other year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the current social restrictions in place. Unlike every other year, traditional family lunches, picnics or social gatherings are simply not possible as social distancing rules require us to stay at home. So, we have put together some ways you can still celebrate Mum & let her know she is special and loved.


Order a special meal

The Mother’s Day lunch does not have to be scrapped this year. Instead order a special meal and get it delivered to Mum’s house on the day!

Perhaps a roast chicken takeaway lunch from Red Rooster with 8 nuggets, large chips & large gravy. Available to order Menulog, UberEats or Deliveroo.

If Mum loves burgers, then maybe Ribs & Burgers might be on the menu?  With a range of burgers, ribs, wraps, salads and more, Mum will enjoy not cooking or cleaning up this year! Order via DoorDash, UberEats or Deliveroo.
See their menu here!

Or perhaps a lovely lunch from Maple Tree Café would suit Mum. With a variety of freshly made lunch options that can be delivered via UberEats.
Visit their Facebook for updates on meal options and specials!


Organise a gift to be delivered beforehand

Whether is a big bunch of flowers or a special gift, arrange your gift to be delivered to mum before Mother’s Day. You might get a gift card form Woolworths or a nice bottle of bubbly from BWS. There are also other meal or gift vouchers to treat mum this year.


Catch up virtually or post a special message

Drop into Dollars & Cents who stock a range of cards or if you are feeling crafty, purchase come stationery and craft items to create a personally made and thoughtful card or handmade gift. Arrange to post this in the mail beforehand to arrive for Mum’s special day. And of course, on the day organise a virtual catch up or give Mum a call to let her know just how important she is.


How are you planning to spend Mother’s Day this year?