Make Her Mother’s Day: 8 Local Stores Offering Pick-Up & Delivery

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Trying to find the right thing for mom on Mother’s Day is a tall order, and current restrictions aren’t making it any easier. That’s why we’ve scoped out Seattle spots that not only offer unique gift ideas, but are open for business, complete with perks like FaceTime walk-throughs, curbside pick-up, even free shipping. It’s a win-win all around. Read on to find mom’s next favorite gift.

Fleurt Collective

We love this idea for those who can’t make up their mind. Fleurt is a gift shop that specializes in a variety of gifts including apparel, accessories, plants, jewelry, aromatherapy, books, home goods and books, to name a few. Right now they are offering free personalized shopping by way of FaceTime calls. Here’s how it works: Send them a message through Instagram and explain what you might be looking for. Let them know your name, phone number and when the best time to call you might be. Then, they will FaceTime you and do a walk-through of the shop where you can pick out anything you like. After all that, they will package up your order right then and then and ship via USPS for free as a thank you. They only ask for an order of at least $35.

4536 California Ave. S.W.
Seattle, WA 98116

Cakes of Paradise

Cakes of Paradise specializes in tasty treats you can’t find anywhere else, including tropical-flavored cakes like passion fruit, guava, mango and coconut. While their menu is somewhat limited because of current circumstances, they still offer a nice selection of whole cakes, cake slices, mini cupcakes, pie slices, cookies and more. They say that “it’s certain that you’ll taste the essence of Aloha in every bite.” Visit their website, check out their selections and give them a call with your order. You can swing by the bakery any time from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. They would appreciate pre-pays over the phone to minimize exposure when you pick up.

6322 6th Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98108

photo: courtesy Verde & Co.

Verde & Co.

Because flowers for Mother's Day never go out of style, Verde & Co. is reopening just in time to celebrate Mom with artistic floral arrangements and easy no-contact curbside pick-up, starting May 5, 2020. Fresh bouquets featuring Washington-grown lilacs, peonies, tulips and more can be ordered online, then picked up any time Monday through Friday, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. It's a simple way to say you love mom bunches.

400 Fairview Ave. N., #103
Seattle, WA 98109

Jenny Cookies

Located up north in downtown Lake Stevens, Jenny Cookies is still baking up a storm of sweet treats all week along offering pre-order pick-ups from the store Tuesday through Saturday, between 10 a.m. and noon. For grandma, we suggest a dozen of the beautiful Buttercream Flower Cookies ($42), but if you’re looking for an activity that the whole fam can enjoy, choose the Spring Do-It-Yourself Cookie Decorating Kit ($25), that not only offers your family something to do, but will save you some cash too. Treat Boxes make a great gift to share, as well, featuring: sugar cookies, classic cookies and “crispy cubes.”

Good to know: Jenny Cookies is currently working at least two days out on all orders. Cookies can be shipped as well.

12420 20th St. N.E.
Lake Stevens, WA 98258

Tulip Town

For many families, a trip to the tulip fields is a regular Mother’s Day tradition. While that’s not possible this year, you can still share a similar experience with mom by ordering a box of 20 tulips ($35.99) from Tulip Town. They will ship two bouquets of ten of the freshest tulips available to your door. Kids can also make a lasting impression by gifting mom a stemless, tulip-etched wine glass ($12.99) or choose an etched vase to go with the fresh tulips ($16.99-$24.99). Then, you can visit the Tulip Town website to experience 360-degree views of the fields in Skagit County.

15002 Bradshaw Rd.
Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Shug’s Soda Fountain & Ice Cream

Located in Pike Place Market, Shug’s is an upscale, family-favorite ice cream parlor that can make any day a special one. So why not Mother's Day? Now you can take that fun home with you with a variety of “kits.” The Family Style Sundae Kit ($23) is enough for four people and comes with two pints of ice cream (you choose the flavors), chocolate fudge sauce, caramel sauce, brownie, graham crackers, fresh marshmallows, peanuts, Amarena cherries and rainbow sprinkles. Other fun kits to try include the two-person S’mores Sundae Kit that includes one pint of ice cream, fresh homemade marshmallows, chocolate fudge sauce and graham crackers ($11), or the two-person Brownie Sundae Kit that includes one pint of ice cream, brownie, chocolate fudge sauce, caramel sauce, Amarena cherries and rainbow sprinkles ($12). You’ll need to make your reservation ahead of time online and pick up curbside.

Pro tip: Bring a cooler with you so none of the goodness melts on way home!

1525 1st Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101

Sosio’s Fruit & Produce

Plan the ultimate Mother’s Day brunch created with some of the freshest fruits and vegetables from Sosio’s. To complete the spread, Sosio’s is teaming up with six Pike Place Market flower farmers offering beautiful bouquets for $25 each. The great thing is that $10 from the sale of each bouquet goes to the farmers and $15 goes toward the Community Safety Net. Call or email your produce order ahead of time so that it can be ready for curbside pick-up.

1527 Pike Place
Seattle, WA 98101

Theo Chocolate

For some moms, all they want for Mother’s Day is for their kids to be good…and chocolate. Don’t disappoint her! During this season, Theo Chocolate in Fremont is offering “Theo to Go.” First, visit Theo’s website and check out the menu to decide which treats mom will like best–no order minimum! Then, give them a call to place your order, and decide on a time to swing by for curbside pickup. Curbside is available Monday through Friday, from 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. You can also choose to have your order delivered for $5. (There is a $20 minimum order for shipped orders.)

3400 Phinney Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103

—Jeffrey Totey


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