Mums were meant for spoiling. But if you find yourself in a last-minute panic as Mother’s Day 2019 comes around, don’t worry. We’ve got plenty of Mother’s Day present ideas to put you back in her good books on Sunday 31st March. Best app for flowers and chocs It may sound clichéd but there aren’t […]

Mums were meant for spoiling. But if you find yourself in a last-minute panic as Mother’s Day 2019 comes around, don’t worry. We’ve got plenty of Mother’s Day present ideas to put you back in her good books on Sunday 31st March.

Best app for flowers and chocs

It may sound clichéd but there aren’t many mums who don’t love flowers, chocolates and bubbles. OK, you won’t break any world records for originality, but if you choose her favourite flower and pick her perfect tipple, she’ll definitely know you care.

We love Bloom & Wild – the UK’s leading flower delivery app. From plants to exquisite, luxury hand-tied bouquets, they’ve got everything you could possibly want. And it doesn’t stop there, they also offer beautiful gifts such as candles, chocolates and premium body care products. You get free next day delivery too – so providing you’ve placed your order by Friday 29th March, you should be fine. Phew!

Best app for showing how you feel

Mother’s Day Photo Frames is a free app that lets you create a gorgeous, meaningful photo cards for your lovely mum. There are more than 50 card templates, over 50 photo stickers to personalise with a pic of you and your mum, and over 60 fonts to choose from. So, no more wrestling with the hordes in your local card shop– now you can say everything you want to say with a beautifully framed digital photo. This is also a winning idea if you won’t get a chance to see your mum over the weekend, because you can share your creation on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter right from inside the app.

Best app to cook up a storm

Whether you’re spoiling your mum, your step-mum, your grandma, your nan, or a mum-to-be, you can’t go too far wrong with a home-cooked meal. If the idea of whipping up a storm in the kitchen fills you with dread, then all you need is a little helping hand from a recipe app. What could possibly go wrong?
If your kitchen skills are more Gordon Bennett than Gordon Ramsay, we recommend Big Oven. If you want access to more than 350,000 recipes that make cooking simple, why not download the iPhone Big Oven app here or get the Android version of Big Oven here. There’s also an easy tool to make a shopping list, based on the culinary creation you’ve chosen.

And if you’re planning the ultimate Sunday roast, check out the Time to Roast app on iPhone. You can calculate the perfect cooking time and temperature for your Sunday roast by simply entering the weight of the meat into the app. And it has handy alarms to remind you when everything needs doing. Time to turn DisasterChef into MasterChef…

Give your mum a gadget she’ll love

We may be biased, but if your mum’s hankering for a shiny new phone or has her eye on a data-packed tablet, then Mother’s Day is the perfect time to make her wish come true. You could choose something online or take her into a Three Store to chat about which make and model would work best for her. And don’t forget to take her out for afternoon tea afterwards.

 

Whatever you choose to do and however you celebrate with that extra special lady, we hope our Mother’s Day present ideas come in handy. Whether you’re together or apart, you can make sure she enjoys every minute.