Her perfect day: The ultimate guide to Mother’s Day
Falling on Sunday, March 26th this year, Mothering Sunday is a great excuse to go out of your way to do something special for your mum, mother, mom or mummy.
You could take her to a hot new art exhibition, treat her to a homemade brunch, or show London off from one of the finest viewpoints in the city. Alternatively, for an indulgent and hassle-free day, we’ve prepared you an itinerary for the ultimate Mother’s Day in London.
8.00 am – Wake up! Flowers, chocolate, and cards are never unappreciated. Neither is a lie-in.
9.00 am – Head to breakfast at The Wolseley. This traditional dining room is an iconic London institution and a prime location for spotting celebrities hiding behind menus. Don’t miss: the signature fishcake with poached egg.
10.30 am – Sated from breakfast, hop in a cab to Knightsbridge, where you’ll meet SideStory Insider Boo Attwood. In the comfort of the Harvey Nichols image consulting suite, Boo will introduce you to pieces she has pre-selected in light of your shape, style, and interests. With Boo’s assistance, learn why different colours, cuts, textures and shapes suit you.
Enjoy shopping in London’s finest boutiques and department stores on a one-off small group Experience with Insider Boo. Read more about her walking tour of Mayfair and personal shopping Experience in the link in our bio. 👆 Sign up now, extremely limited spaces available! 🛍 #SideStoryTravel #DiscoverLondon #LiveLikeALocal #SideStoryBoo A post shared by SideStory (@sidestorytravel) on
1.30 pm – After a quick lunch, head down to Tate Britain to take in the David Hockney retrospective. Alternatively, if Hockney’s not your taste, Insider Joshua White will give you a private tour of London’s contemporary art galleries. If you feel you don’t ‘get’ art these days, Joshua, an art critic and lecturer, can guide you to the history and creative processes of the artists on show in London. And, if you still don’t understand, at least he’ll give you some soundbites to impress your friends.
We’re off to the Hockney at the Tate this weekend, for a sneaky second look. Have you been? What did you think? 🎨 This beautiful image of the Tate Britain staircase looking up by the talented @ellahphotography. Don’t forget, tag @sidestorytravel in your photos for your chance to be featured. #SideStoryTravel #LiveLikeALocal #DiscoverLondon A post shared by SideStory (@sidestorytravel) on
4.30 pm – What better way to rest your feet than with an afternoon tea? Our choice is the whimsical tea at Sketch. Don’t miss: the ladies’ loos. If you know, you know.
Tea for two? #sketchlondon #tea #eclair #choux #Parlour #photocredit @melodielbirliler A post shared by sketch (@sketchlondon) on
5.30 pm – Time for a drink, we say! Meet Louis Fernando for a walking tour of some of London’s finest cocktail bars, and your opportunity to meet some of the best mixologists in the city. Over cocktails, Louis – who lives, sleeps, eats and breathes food and wine – will give tips as to London’s hottest foodie destinations as well as share stories from his life and work in the industry.
Everyone going mad for the Negromante’s (mezcal negroni) tonight @mnky_hse A post shared by Louis (@tuckandvine) on
8.30 pm – Wind up your day with a relaxed dinner out: there’s no cooking on Mother’s Day! Relax into the comfy sofas for a dinner of seasonal produce at The Cambridge Street Kitchen at the Artist Residence. Don’t miss: their underground bar, the Clarendon Cellar.
📸 @kelag_wanderlust from our last meet up. I just love this façade! Next brunch meet will be announced soon 👀👀. #wltb_cambridgest #prettycitylondon A post shared by WeLoveToBrunch (@welovetobrunch) on