Mother’s Day is next weekend, and it’s time to start planning a Mother’s Day party that everyone will enjoy. Whether you have young children or someone else in your family is bringing their young ones, Mother’s Day is a holiday that should include children of all ages. These Mother’s Day party ideas will help you plan a kid-friendly get-together for children of all ages.
The Classic Brunch
If you’re a traditionalist, you should plan a classic Mother’s Day breakfast or brunch. Mother’s Day is the perfect time for a party early in the day as the weather is so pleasant by mid-spring. Hosting a Mother’s Day party at your home is a great idea if there will be young children at the party. If you’d like to host the party elsewhere, be sure to choose a family-friendly restaurant.
Afternoon at the Park
If you’re interested in a new take on Mother’s Day, move your party to the middle of the day. Host a backyard barbecue with foods that everyone will enjoy. Backyard parties are a great choice for this time of year as the weather is not too hot yet. Kids of all ages can enjoy games and activities stationed outdoors. If you’re willing to try a public space, a nearby public park would be an amazing place to hold a Mother’s Day afternoon party as well.
Maybe you’re someone who goes against the grain, and you feel like the traditional Mother’s Day brunch is a bit overdone. Consider hosting a Mother’s Day soiree! This is not only a cute idea because it rhymes, but it would be a fresh take on celebrating Mom! She has had breakfasts and brunches for years. Mix it up a bit with a dinner party hosted at your home or at a local, family restaurant that serves food for kids as well as adults.
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