Six places to find the perfect Mother’s Day gift in Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto

In need of a last-minute Mother's Day gift? Whether she is an artist or a wine enthusiast, here are six places to find the perfect gift while supporting small businesses in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)
In need of a last-minute Mother's Day gift? Whether she is an artist or a wine enthusiast, here are six places to find the perfect gift while supporting small businesses in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

In need of a last-minute Mother's Day gift? Whether she is an artist or a wine enthusiast, here are six places to find the perfect gift while supporting small businesses in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto. (Kelsey Thompson/Community Impact Newspaper)

While your Mother’s Day plans may have changed due to the coronavirus pandemic, you can still show some love to the mothers in your life while also supporting area businesses. Here are six shops in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto to help make this Mother’s Day celebration one for the books.

FOR THE FASHIONISTA | BLESS THIS NEST

If your mother is the fashion-forward woman in your life, Bless This Nest’s collection of summer dresses, sun hats and jewelry will fill out her closet for months to come. The shop also offers specialty candles, antique furniture and decor. Bless This Nest is now open for in-person shopping at a limited capacity and will continue its retail-to-go curbside pickup services. 201 N. FM 1660, Hutto. 512-846-4002. www.facebook.com/marciwagnerhomes

FOR THE SWEET TOOTH | BAKED ‘N SCONED

What better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than with a cookie bouquet? Show some added sweetness to the women in your life with a cookie or cupcake bouquet from Baked ‘n Sconed. Flavors include vanilla, strawberry, lemon and chocolate, with order pickups available before Saturday at 2 p.m. While the dining area remains closed, patrons can order from the bakery via drive-thru, curbside pickup and delivery services. 143 Exchange Blvd., Ste. 100, Hutto. 512-222-5200. www.bakednsconed.com


FOR THE INTERIOR DECORATOR | MAYS STREET BOUTIQUE

Have a mother with an eye for a good aesthetic? Look no further than Mays Street Boutique for all of her home decor needs. Shop offerings include mixed floral bundles, decorative pillows, charcuterie boards, tea towels and more. The store currently serves customers through curbside pickup. 2001 N. Mays St., Round Rock. 512-248-2555. https://maysstreet.com

FOR THE FOODIE | GREENHOUSE CRAFT FOOD

It should come as no surprise that food is a love language for so many people. Celebrate the foodie in your life this Mother’s Day with Greenhouse Craft Food’s takeout holiday menu. To-go offerings include herb roasted chicken, garlic roasted mashed potatoes, a green salad and strawberry lemon shortcake for dessert. 1400 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock. 512-366-5567. www.greenhousecraftfood.com

FOR THE ARTIST | TOAST AND TIMBER

Get crafty with it this Mother’s Day with Toast and Timber’s DIY craft kits. Kits include written and video instructions, with hundreds of wood sign designs to choose from. For the less artistic types, custom made doormats, pallet boards and single boards are also available as gifts. The shop will be delivering local Mother’s Day orders the weekend of May 8-10 when placed by May 6. 3200 Greenlawn Blvd., Ste. 140, Round Rock. 737-808-4691. https://toastandtimber.com

FOR THE WINE ENTHUSIAST | THREE LEGGED GOAT

Wine night date night, anyone? Savor this Mother’s Day with Three Legged Goat’s date night survival pack, paired with your favorite bottle of wine. The takeout charcuterie board includes your chosen wine along with salami and a variety of cheeses and chocolates. Three Legged Goat is open for pickup and delivery services. 200 E. Pecan St., Ste. 5, Pflugerville. 512-968-0386. www.3lgstore.com


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