Mother’s Day Checklist

With Mother’s Day coming up Sunday, May 10, we wanted to pull together of 7 ways to make mom’s day special this year. I think we can all agree that she deserves the best.

1. Say it With Flowers & Plants

With spring in the air, brighten mom’s day (and home) with a bouquet of bright flowers, a hanging basket of flowers, Boston ferns, tasteful topiaries, or sophisticated succulents. Plus, weather permitting, we will be featuring an outdoor register this weekend so you can stop by and grab a gift for mom (Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.).

2. Mother’s Day Card

Our Home & Gift specialist has curated a creative selection of beautiful cards for the mom in your life as you look for the words to express gratitude.

3. Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Let mom know just how sweet she is with this treat! We will have pre-packed boxes brimming with Chocolate-Covered Strawberries. Each comes with nine juicy strawberries that have been dipped in decadent milk or white chocolate and then rolled in an assortment of toppings. While supplies last.


4. Bring the Spa Home: DLM Bath Bombs & Salts

Let’s face it, moms are real-life superheroes! With all of the daily hustle and bustle, they deserve time to unwind and pamper themselves. Our locally made DLM Bath Bombs & Bath Salts provide a spa-like experience mom can enjoy from the comfort of home!

5. Kids’ Club Mother’s Day Cake Kit

This year we’ve made a decision to evolve our traditional Kids’ Club Mother’s Day Cake Decorating so you can enjoy it at home with your children. We are featuring cake decorating kits that come with a 6-inch white or chocolate cake, three icing colors, and a variety of sprinkles. While supplies last.

6. Make Mom Brunch

From a Smoked Salmon Strata to the perfect omelet and homemade cinnamon rolls, here are some brunch recipes for Mother’s Day. Get cooking with these brunch recipes! 

7. Don’t forget about Dinner, too!

Bigeye Tuna is a wild caught fish that comes from the deep waters of Hawaii. Sustainably caught, we love this fish for its high fat content and beautiful reddish-pink meat. You can’t go wrong whether you grill, broil, sauté, or enjoy sashimi style. Look for it now in our Seafood department while supplies last! Plus, check out Chef Carrie’s recipe for Madeira-Style Tuna Steaks!  Looking for other Mother’s Day dinner ideas? Check out our Alaskan King Crab and U.S.D.A. Prime Filets.

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