Everyone loves good food, especially delicious finger foods, and picnics are a wonderful way to connect and enjoy those favorite delights together!
Create a personalized and epic Mother’s Day picnic with these Mother’s Day Gift Basket ideas!
My favorite is always a deliciously smooth cheese, fresh bread, sweet jam, and sparkling drinks, along with an assortment of fruit and nuts. You can even add in some summer sausage! It’s like having a beautiful charcuterie board all wrapped up in one special gift.
To show you put extra thought into this one, consider adding in items that will last long past the Mother’s Day picnic… and that every mom needs in her arsenal. Some great smelling sunscreens and hand sanitizers, along with a summery lip balm are small Mother’s Day gift basket ideas that will make a great impact. Don’t forget a few other small details like utensils and drinks, too! Add a comfortable blanket to the basket and maybe even a small cutting board. It’s perfect for a Mother’s Day day out, a romantic one-on-one, or hang-out with your mom besties.
Mother’s Day Gift Basket Ideas for a Mother’s Day Picnic!
What was in our Mother’s Day Gift basket:
- Alba sunscreens
- EO hand sanitizers
- Lip balm
- Sprouts Vitamin Fizzy C’s
- Burt’s Bees Rescue Ointment
- Snacks of choice: fresh bread, fig jam, cheese, sausage, assorted nuts and fruit, etc.
- Sprouts sparkling lemonade
- Bamboo utensils
The great thing about all of these Mother’s Day gift basket ideas above? I found them all in one quick trip to Sprouts. You all know that I love a good shopping trip through the aisles of Sprouts to stock up on natural products, and this made it easy to get all of the essentials for a great Mother’s Day Picnic Gift Basket!
You can see more of my love for Sprouts in this post with 3 Amazing Castile Soap Recipes To Make Your House Sparkle! And if you like these Mother’s Day Gift Basket ideas, check out our Ultimate Pampering Mothers Day Gift Basket!
How to: Mother’s Day Gift Basket for a Mother’s Day Picnic:
In a basket of choice, we used this basket that already comes with a wooden serving board, begin by layering a blanket or cloth napkins. Add gifting “ingredients” from above until the basket looks filled and presentable. Try to layer by starting with the taller items in the back of the basket and work your way forward by adding in the smaller items.
[su_note note_color=”#ffffff”]This post is in partnership with Sprouts. As always, I share brands we’re currently loving and use on a regular basis. All opinions are 100% my own.[/su_note]