Special Moments for Mother and the Bride


With Mother’s Day being just around the corner, we are sure every daughter is looking for some exciting ideas on how to steal away some quality time with her mother. A mother-daughter relationship is the most cherished one in the entire universe. Your wedding is a very special occasion for your mother, and as the wedding draws near, both of you are so much occupied that you hardly get enough time to spend with each other. So, here are five superb ways in which you can spend some cherishing moments with your mother, before you get married.

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All-Day Pampering at Spa

Hit your favourite spa and book a complete package for your mom and yourself. Bonding over a soothing massage, or a rejuvenating facial, manicure and pedicure, while sipping cool iced tea, is simply a novel experience. You may have done it umpteen number of times with your friends, but try it with your mom this time to discover an entirely new facet of your relationship. What more, you can also share all your wedding related jitters, sans the melodrama.

Try Something New!

During the months up to your wedding, take up a new weekly activity with your mother. It could be anything from cooking, dancing, pottery or any fun activity where the two of you get to spend quality time together. When you leave after your wedding, these moments will add to your mother’s stock of memories of lovely times spent together.

Weekend Getaway

Plan a weekend outing to a nearby resort, beach or hill station where you can spend some quality time with each other. Your mother would also need a break from all that wedding planning hustle and bustle. Take lot of pictures and use them to prepare a nice scrapbook that will always remind you of the nice time that you two shared together. 

Shopping, Movies and Gossip

If you cannot think of anything else, then embark on a shopping spree. Women love shopping, which can be an altogether different bonding experience. There would be differences in tastes and preferences but at the end of the day, your mom knows what suits you the best and vice-versa. You two can also catch a movie or turn into real gossip queens over coffee, the choice is all yours. What more, it’s actually fun when mothers start reminiscing about their courtship and even her honeymoon days.

Make a Special Memory

Surely, you mom will be buying a lot of special and precious gifts to give to you at the time of your wedding, how about you surprise her by buying something for her as well? Get her a special gift that she will cherish, like a mother-daughter collage. You can also write a special poem for her and read it out loud at a pre-wedding function. We are sure whatever it is, as long as you put your heart and soul into it, you mother will definitely love it.

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