You know what they say, take a picture, it’ll last longer. So this Mother’s Day, go beyond the everyday run-of-the-mill and take on some quirky Mother’s Day Photo Album gift ideas!
We’ve picked our top five favourite Mother’s Day Photobook ideas and compiled it into a short concise list for you.
1. 21 Questions & Answers
This is a nice and fun way to tell mom you love her! It’s 21 Questions with a twist. Starting off with a major question, ask Mom 20 hypothetical questions (complete with your very own answers and corresponding photographs) that revolves around the wonder that she is. Lead up to the answer, with something simple and fundamental like “You’re the one my life revolves around”. Yeah we know how cheesy that sounds. We love it. So… What questions have you always wanted to “ask” mom?
2. Epic Bragging Rights
What are her many achievements? Capture it all in a Photo Album, breaking it all into different categories. Showcase everything from her personal bests, career successes, family advancements, leisurely achievements and more. Put in newspapers scans if any, group photos, graduation pics, some behind-the-scenes sneak peeks. You already know mom’s a champ, now let her re-live it all over again.
3. The Best Cook In The World
Ratatouille got it right. There’s nothing quite like mom’s cooking to make you fall in love with the world all over again. Chronicle every important dish mom makes in a semi-Cookbook as you recount significant moments with significant dishes, complete with the stories and pictures that accompany that family guarded recipe.
4. My Mom’s Best Features
Recount what makes Mom so special. Dedicate each page (or hey, go for pages) to each wonderful trait that sets her apart from all other Moms in all existence. It’s like our “10 Reasons Why I Love You” Readybook. Make a list of all the things you notice about her, be it something as significant as her raising you to something as trivial like how she touches your shoulder every day before you head off to school. So tell us, just how many features have you thought of by the time you, the reader, finish reading this unnecessarily long and unwarrantedly extended sentence? Ey?
5. All Our House Rules
Sure Dad’s the law, but we all know that Mom usually has the last word in. What are some of the phrases, rules and practices that’s practiced at home? What are the ones that are unique to your family household? Tease Mom a little by poking her with a little light hearted humour on her everyday habits. Extra points if some of her mannerisms managed to escape detection all these years!