Mother's Day

For most people across the globe Mother’s Day will be very different this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Nevertheless, many people across the country and around the world will be looking to make the best of the only holiday dedicated to the celebration of moms everywhere.

Whether it is spending time talking to each other virtually, sending flowers or a special gift, or finding brunch delivery options in your neck of the woods, we have some great ideas for this most unusual Mother’s Day.

Video Chat

You may not be able to see Mom in person on Mother’s Day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spend a little time with her virtually.

Video chatting has seen a huge increase in popularity as a result of the stay-at-home orders that have been issued worldwide, and a video call can be a great way for families to spend some time together this Sunday.

You may have to work through some technical difficulties if you have older family members, but it’s worth it for the time spent together.

Here are some very reliable video chat options you may want to consider giving a try:  Zoom, Google Hangouts, and Skype.

Flower Delivery

You should always check your local flower shop first, but here are some very popular online services that will be offering delivery.

1800Flowers: Celebrate Mother’s Day by sending your mom a special arrangement put together for the holiday. 1800Flowers also has both next-day and same-day delivery options. This online flower shop exclusively uses farm-fresh, eco-friendly flowers, and has put together a variety of special arrangements for Mother’s Day. offers a wide range of options for every budget. Pro Flowers has a wide variety of bouquet options to send to your mom and has same-day delivery. You can pick from flowers, plants, floral arrangements and food gifts on

Urban Stems: Urban Stems has set up a special Mother’s Day shop that lets you browse bouquets specifically for the May 10 holiday. The online flower shop also offers overnight shipping on many of the options.


While you most likely aren’t able to go to your favorite brunch spot for Mother’s Day, you still can order a special meal for delivery.

Here are a few online delivery services that make it easy to order some food for that great mother in your life: Grubhub, Seamless, Uber Eats.

If you have any other ideas on how to best celebrate your mom during the coronavirus shutdowns, please share them with us on Twitter or Facebook.

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