Mother’s Day is this weekend what do you have planned?
Every year some people plan ahead to celebrate Mother’s Day with their loved ones and others are rushing to the last minute to find an open table at brunch or that perfect gift to give dear old Mom.
Well if you’re in the latter half of that group, don’t worry there are a lot of options in Ann Arbor to make this Sunday special.
April showers bring May Flowers
A safe, always appreciated gift for Mother’s Day is a nice arrangement of flowers. Ann Arbor has many places for you to pick up an arrangement, but to get your search started, take a look at Lily’s Garden. Located just south of Kerrytown, Lily’s Garden has a wide selection of flowers and arrangements. Students looking to pick something up close to campus should swing by University Flower Shop located in Nickles Arcade.
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Give a gift that can’t be replicated
Keeping things local you can pick up something nice for Mom at one of downtown’s many art and jewelry stores. Kerrytown Market & Shops is full of good stores such as Found Gallery whose pieces are created by local Michigan artists using recycled materials. Whether its jewelry or a new vase to place around the house, a gift from one of Ann Arbor’s art stores is sure to be one-of-a-kind.
Start your gift giving with a thoughtful card
Top off your Mother’s Day gift with a hilarious card from Rock, Paper, Scissors. Not only will you be giving Mom a card Hallmark can’t match in style, you’ll also be staying local and helping a great business downtown.
A good meal is the best gift of all
Reservations are filling up fast across Ann Arbor for Mother’s Day brunch. While some places won’t offer reservations, it is important to give them a call as soon as you can to get a table. To see what is still available across town, visit Open Table. If you have a spot in mind and it’s not on the list call them today!
These suggestions are the just the tip of the iceberg for the things you can do in Ann Arbor to celebrate Mother’s Day. If you have something else planned or want to share what you think a great Mother’s Day in Ann Arbor looks like, let us know in the comments below!