Mother’s Day Newport Beach Style
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, it time to start looking for that perfect Mother’s Day gift and plan a fun-filled day for mom. Luckily, Newport Beach has all the best boutiques to get the perfect gift and plenty of Mother’s Day specials to fill your mom’s weekend with endless festivities.
When it comes to the perfect present, you should check out the Kendra Scott and Red Balloon. Kendra Scott, a trendy jewelry shop in Fashion Island, is a gem filled with beautiful pieces of jewelry. They have countless styles and even options to customize your own pieces. If you stop by now and make a Mother’s Day purchase, they offer free wrapping with decorative boxes and bags.
Red Balloon is another small boutique. Located on Westcliff Drive, this shop is full of lovely apparel and dainty pretty jewelry.
If you’re looking for something outdoorsy to do for Mother’s Day, you should book a Duffy boat ride through Lido Marina Village’s Electric Boat Rental rentals. With different models and affordable prices, they make a voyage in the bay easy and enjoyable. Don’t miss your chance to treat mom with an afternoon out at sea.
Maybe you’re looking for something a little upbeat this Mother’s Day. If that’s the case, stop by Campus Jax for their Big Band Brunch. With live music and dancing, their event from 11:30 to 1 p.m. will be loads of fun for the whole family. Make sure to get your tickets on their site. For more Mother’s Day Dining options, click here.
The Newport Beach Certified Farmer’s Market located right next to the pier is a great way to make Mother’s Day casual and laid back. Sunday from 9 to 1pm, vendors set up countless tables and sell everything from organic fruits and veggies to jewelry and home goods. After the Farmer’s Market, beach walks on the boardwalk are always a must especially if the weather is nice.
However you chose to spend your Mother’s Day, we hope it’s filled with fun for the whole family and that every mother, from or visiting Newport Beach, feel celebrated and appreciated.
Written By: Kendall Fee