How do I serve a Mother’s Day dinner?
If you want to go beyond a traditional pre-plated meal, there are several unique ways to serve Mother’s Day Dinner.
Display appetizers on a wooden platter
Set up a buffet-style layout for your main course
Include different textured bowls and platters for an effortless look
Use tiered platters to serve appetizers and desserts
- Serve colorful beverages in glass drink dispensers or pitchers
Like other dinner parties, divide the Mother’s Day meal into different courses. Try appetizers for a first course, a soup or salad for a second course, with the third course being the main entree. Finish off with a dessert like a bright tropical passion fruit mousse pie or rich and silky chocolate, sea salt and olive oil brownies topped with ice cream.