Mother's Day is just around the corner, and with all the options out there these days it can be difficult to find just the right gift for the most important person in your life. While flowers are a traditional way to go, they can be costly and quite expensive! There are numerous other options that are budget friendly and are sure to create memories that last a lifetime!
A gift basket filled with treats and sweets is something that is always looked forward to. Not only does it bring the aesthetic joy of flowers, but it tantalizes our taste buds as well. The memory of receiving that special package and enjoying its contents is not easily forgotten. These baskets can be found for a fraction of the cost, too. Ingallina's Box Lunch - with large free delivery areas in Seattle, Portland, and Los Angeles - usually carries a substantial gift basket option for less than $20. Most places charge that just for delivery!
A Mother's Day brunch is a spectacular way to spend time with mom and create wonderful memories. Ingallina's Box Lunch delivers a wide array of entrées, appetizers, and desserts for such an occasion. (Call for Sunday delivery availability.) If you are crunched for time, or planning other activities during your get-together, have Ingallina's cater the whole event, or just the appetizers and side dishes. There is no minimum for delivery on Party Platters, so add a tray of cookies, brownies, or other seasonal goodies to the menu!
If your mother lives out of town, sending a few Box Lunches to her and a co-worker is an easy way to ensure she does not celebrate alone! Mother's Day does not necessarily need to be celebrated on Sunday, and a break from the workday is always appreciated. Sending cookies to her to share with her office is another great way to make her feel special!
No matter how you celebrate Mother's Day, delicious food and scrumptious sweets add a special element to the celebration. Make it even more special by making it a family tradition. Finding high quality, budget friendly options makes a great memory for all parties involved!