Mother or motherhood is an excellent experience. If you want to make your mother happy, you can follow a few options to celebrate Mother’s Day in a unique style. Here are the best options that can be quite helpful in making it a great option to make your mother happy and a perfect option to reciprocate your feelings this mothers day.
When does Mother’s Day Fall?
Mother’s Day is celebrated on the Second Sunday of May every year. In fact, the mother’s day came into being from 1914 with the presidential declaration by Woodrow Wilson. The mother’s day has ancient roots in the mythology and the story goes as long ago as Greek and Roman civilisations.
Greek civilisation has been had the history of paying their homage to the mothers. The tribute is paid to the Cybele, the mother of the Greek Gods. Romans, on the other hand, had the annual festival in the springs in honour of their gods. However, the credit for beginning the tradition of Mother’s day should go to Anna M Jarvis. She wanted to memorialise her mother after she passed away. The first time Mothers day was celebrated was at a church in Grafton in West Virginia. Mother’s Day was celebrated for the first time officially in 1908 and was promulgated by the President Wilson and was dedicated to “to the best mother in the world, your mother.”
Celebrate the Mother’s Day in Style
Here are a few plans that can make your Mother’s Day more memorable and loving –
- Create your own personalised card. This should help you share your inner thoughts with your mother. This should also be helpful enough to strengthen your feelings.
- Get her the necklace and other beautiful jewellery. Including her favourite birthstone can be yet another added attraction. She will think of you whenever she wears them.
- Create your own lockets or jewellery with your photos included in them. For any mother, the best you can present would be your childhood memories. She will definitely treasure it as her best gift ever.
- Cook her favourite meal and give her a surprise. Traditionally children have always baked a cake for their mother on the Mothering Sunday before the days when Mother’s Day became a norm. Make sure that you are baking or cooking something that your mother has always loved.
These are just a few tips to get you in the mood for the best ever experience of celebrating the Mother’s Day in style. And yes, don’t forget popularising the day by spreading the news on your social media through #MothersDay!