Spoil & Pamper mum this Mother’s Day

Spoil & Pamper mum this Mother’s Day

If your mum deserves to be spoilt this Mother’s Day, pamper her with sweet treats, flowers, gift baskets, candles and handmade soaps. There are plenty of options to choose from thanks to small businesses right here in the Moreton Bay Region.

Platinum Florals (Caboolture)

Nothing says happy Mother’s Day quite like flowers!

Florist Danielle Topliff of Platinum Florals at Caboolture is ready to create a beautiful range of vintage-inspired bouquets and arrangements for mums this year.

These include traditional chrysanthemums, teamed with carnations, disbuds, fragrant lilies, tulips, irises, lissianthuses and others, presented in a beautiful vase, box or ceramic pot.

Danielle is passionate about designing creative and beautiful arrangements that bring joy to the person receiving them – in this case, your mum.

You can also take your pick from a range of potted flowers and herbs, and gift packs.

Delivery is available every day including Sunday to a long list of suburbs – as far west as Woodford, east to Bribie, south to Narangba and north to Beerburrum (delivery fees apply).

Head to the Platinum Florals Facebook page for details

Three Little Pigs Catering

Pampering your mum just got a whole lot easier thanks to the team at this Samford-based caterer. They’ve teamed up with four other businesses to put together these pamper packs just in time for Mother’s Day.

The packs include a potted succulent from Samford Valley Garden Centre; a candle from Scent of a Rebel; soap from Pure Bliss Soap Co.; coffee Scrub made from Wolff Coffee Roasters and crafted by The Three Little Pigs Catering, and few other treats to make mum’s day.

The pamper packs are available for $75 and can be delivered to mums in Samford and surrounds, or you can collect them and deliver them yourself (with responsible social distancing).

Why not pair one of these with a delicious grazing box, packed with cheese, antipasto, fruit and more. They cost $25 (for two people) or $75 (for four).
Head to the Three Little Pigs Catering Facebook page for details.

Houseplant Hoarders gift packs

If your mum loves plants as much as Houseplant Hoarders founders Greg Neilson and Bec Kos, one of their Mother’s Day hampers is the perfect gift.

The couple started their web-based store in 2018, and are proud of their obsession with potted indoor plants which led to the creation of the Houseplant Hoarders Facebook page.

It seems they’re not alone, with more than 90,000 people now following that page.

Greg and Bec have created five lovely Mother’s Day hampers for you to choose from, ranging in price from $59.99 to $119.99.

The selection includes the self-care hamper which has one small pot with indoor plant, a Mimosa Botanicals 125g bath salt sachet, a Drift Trading Co handmade candle, a block of Bennetto organic fair-trade chocolate in either toasted hazelnut or cacao chip mint (Vegan-Friendly) and a card. It’s available for $79.99.

Contactless delivery is available across Pine Rivers, Redcliffe and most areas of Brisbane, or you can collect from Main St, Narangba.

Head to the Houseplant Hoarders Facebook page for details or visit the website

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More options to spoil mum

#1. Reid’s Place high tea accessories

The team at this Scarborough venue renowned for its classic setting, accommodation and gardens also sells a range of gifts and high tea accessories that would make perfect Mother’s Day presents. You could also buy a high tea voucher to use later in the year. Head to the Facebook page for details.

#2. Little White Goat Soap

Take your pick from a delightful selection of handmade soaps crafted using fresh goat’s milk. The milk has a similar PH human skin and is soothing and easily-absorbed. Head to the Facebook page for details.

#3. Molly and Rose

With a huge range of fashion, accessories and homewares to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect gift for mum at this Redcliffe boutique. Head to the Facebook page for details.

#4. Game Enough

Spoil your mum with a Mother’s Day hamper packed with sweet and savoury treats including chocolates, lollies, chips, crackers (GF) and cheese, plus native food inclusions like wattle onion jam, native lime and coconut shortbread and wattle Anzac biscuits, as well as a selection of coffee, hot chocolate sachets and fresh fruit. Cost is $59.95. Pick up or delivery is available to some areas. Head to the website for details.

#5. Heavens Candles

Pampering mum is easy with a gift box from Heavens Candles at North Lakes. There’s a huge range to choose from online and in-store. They start at $45 and include a candle and bath/body products. Head to the website for details

#6. Redcliffe City Florist

Let the experts put together a gift pack for your mum, or you can select from a range of floral arrangements if you’d rather let the blooms show her how much you love her. Gift packs start at $92, fresh floral arrangements from $37. Head to the website for details.

#7. Moreton Bay Florist and Gifts

Choose from a big range of fresh floral arrangements, bouquets, plants and gifts from this florist that delivers to the whole region. Head to the website for details.

#8. The Newborn Studio

Shout your mum an outdoor family portrait session with this Murrumba Downs-based photographer. She’ll receive eight digital images and the sitting for $350. Head to the Facebook page for details.

#9. Zoe’s Brownies

The little baker that could has teamed up with other local businesses to create a Mother’s Day pack your mum will love. It includes two handmade crescent moon candles from IvyMoon Candles; one “love you mum bath bomb and one Massage Soap Bar from J&T bath body and home; one handmade soap from

Naturally Nerine's; and four brownies of your choice. Cost is $39.99, with pick-up and delivery available. Head to the Facebook page for details

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