Mother’s Day in Vancouver: Places to go, eat, drink and explore this weekend
Mother’s Day is this Sunday (in case you’ve forgotten). Here is a roundup of some lovely things to do with your family (or alone …), and mostly involving food. Mother’s Day treats, brunches, teas and meaningful gifts (it’s never too late to drop a few hints). Whether you spend Mother’s Day with your kids, husband, friends or blissfully alone, we wish you the best this Sunday.
Mother’s Day in Vancouver
Places to go, eat, drink and explore this weekend!
Brunch for all kinds of palates
The usual diner faves just won’t cut it for this special day, so here’s the VancouverMom-curated list for brunches to please all palates.
Mother’s Day rant!
Columnist and mom of twins Amy Beeman implores kids and partners to finish the job! Ice that cake!
>> VM Voices: Don’t forget to ice the cake!
Mother’s Day events just for moms
We’ve gathered up some great outings you can take with friends, your own mom or by yourself. Think yoga and brunch, wine tasting, storytelling by moms, neighbourhood beauty socials, or a refreshing afternoon of mom-related support and advice.
Ten fun local gift ideas
Mother’s Day isn’t really about gifts, but it never hurts to be on the receiving end of a bath bomb, local heritage seeds, a personalized piece of jewellery or a cosy Tee. Check out our list of super local gifts!
Seven AMAZING urban Vancouver flower shops
Flowers are pretty much de riguer on Mother’s Day, so check out some of our favourite urban florists.
Top florists in the burbs
Pick up a perfect bouquet for at one of these gorgeous flower shops outside Vancouver.
Self care & mental health for moms
Mother’s Day aligns perfectly with Mental Health Week so get your calendar out and book some of the following!
Harriet Fancott is the Editor and Social Media Manager for Vancouver Mom. She has over 20 years experience in the arts, tech and mom-based blogging arenas. She lives in East Vancouver with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring all that Vancouver has to offer from festivals and events to playgrounds and beaches to sushi and ice cream (although not together).