We here at DFW Style Daily know that mothers deserve the world, for everything they do and have done for us, especially on their special day of the year! So we’ve rounded up our favorite things in the Big D for you and moms to have a seriously awesome day. Check out our picks for entertainment, brunch, beauty and more!
Twinning Is Fun
We all like to look our best, even mom! From high-end hair products, a banging blow out, to head massages, local dry bar, Blo on Knox makes it easy to give your mom what she wants. We recommend getting matching fishtail braids or boho waves.
Pretty And Pampered
If your mom could use a little R&R, you should check out the purely perfect Mother’s Day package at Pure Spa on Mockingbird. The Mother Daughter spa package includes an hour and a half of massages and pedicures – what more could you want? In case you do want more (or less) there are six other mother’s day packages for achieving pure bliss.
Mimosas With Mom
The well-known spot from Plano, Jasper’s recently soft-opened a brand new concept by Iron Chef winner and James Beard nominee Kent Rathbun in Richardson’s new City Line area. The official opening of the restaurant will be May 6 for lunch, and May 16 for dinner, but they’re also offering a special Mother’s Day brunch on May 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Show off to mom that you know what’s hot and new in town!
Livin’ That Yacht Life
Who knew you could go on a cruise in Dallas? We didn’t. Treat your mama to an all inclusive day cruise with brunch, mimosas, and live music on Lake Ray Hubbard. Always wanted a taste of the swanky yacht lifestyle? You’re in luck because you can hop on board a 75-foot yacht from 2 to 6 p.m. for just $50. For more info, click here.
You Can’t Go Wrong With Accessories
There are so many gifting possibilities at Knox-Henderson shop Melissa Benge Collection. We recommend the scarves, candles, and jewelry, but the shop offers too-cute home decor, pillows, and more.
Image 1 courtesy of Cute Girl Hairstyles. Image 2 courtesy of GreatFon.com. Image 3 courtesy of Kent Rathbun. Image 4 courtesy of DreamWallpaper.com. Image 3 courtesy of Corks and Caftans. Image 5 courtesy of Happy About Creative.