Mom's birthday script

Mom is a syn­onym for the word “love”. She pro­tects us from the very first min­utes of life. Every­one will be able to show the moth­er how impor­tant she is by arrang­ing an unfor­get­table hol­i­day for her. Such a mem­o­rable event as the anniver­sary of the moth­er will be remem­bered for a long time. This day should be very inter­est­ing and event­ful, leav­ing good mem­o­ries and pleas­ant impres­sions. Chil­dren can take care of all the arrange­ments for its design: choose a place for the event, dec­o­rate it, and come up with inter­est­ing enter­tain­ment. There are many good sce­nar­ios for moth­er’s anniver­sary.

Organization rules

Birth­day is a won­der­ful hol­i­day that many peo­ple look for­ward to with plea­sure. If the con­ver­sa­tion turns to the anniver­sary, then can say with con­fi­dence that this is a dou­ble cel­e­bra­tion. For every woman, an anniver­sary becomes an impor­tant date when you have to review cer­tain life events and take stock.

With the approach of the moth­er’s anniver­sary, chil­dren begin to think about how best to orga­nize it in order to cel­e­brate the hol­i­day in a fun and inter­est­ing way. Of course, you can spend this day with your fam­i­ly in a cozy home envi­ron­ment. But you can throw a grand par­ty by invit­ing friends and rel­a­tives.

Its orga­ni­za­tion should be approached more care­ful­ly, not leav­ing it to the last day.

On this day, it is impor­tant for chil­dren to show how dear their moth­er is to them. You should sur­round her with atten­tion, help her with house­hold chores. Do not for­get about gifts. Of course, mom­my will be delight­ed with any sign of atten­tion, but a hand-made sur­prise will give her more vivid impres­sions. It can be a deli­cious home­made cake, a beau­ti­ful blouse sewn by your daugh­ter or a knit­ted scarf. A good option would be an indi­vid­ual gift that can be dec­o­rat­ed, for exam­ple, with a mono­gram or the name of the birth­day girl. Such a present will show that it was cre­at­ed exclu­sive­ly for her.

When choos­ing a gift, be sure to take into account what mom is fond of, what hob­bies she has and what she prefers. This will help you make the right choice and get a real­ly use­ful and mem­o­rable thing.

While prepar­ing for this event, you should con­sid­er where the hol­i­day will take place. The choice of loca­tion is of great impor­tance. It is bet­ter to choose a loca­tion asso­ci­at­ed with pleas­ant mem­o­ries for the birth­day girl. For these pur­pos­es, both a lux­u­ri­ous ban­quet hall and a small cafe on the shore of a reser­voir are suit­able.

When the issue is resolved with the venue, they go to the list of invi­tees. Many guests are usu­al­ly invit­ed to the anniver­sary. These are work col­leagues, friends in life, best friends, for­mer class­mates, rel­a­tives. You can make a sur­prise for the birth­day girl and keep all the prepa­ra­tions a secret. Guests should also sup­port this idea and not let it slip ahead of time. It is advis­able for guests to gath­er for the hol­i­day before the hero of the day. In the event that the hol­i­day will be cel­e­brat­ed in nature, it is worth tak­ing care of trans­port for vis­i­tors.

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The choice of dish­es should be tak­en respon­si­bly. It is advis­able to order dish­es that the birth­day girl loves. Also, there should be nation­al and veg­e­tar­i­an dish­es, oth­er pick­les, tak­ing into account the large num­ber of guests, their tastes and pref­er­ences.

If the event will be held at home, you need to free the birth­day girl from kitchen prob­lems as much as pos­si­ble. Chil­dren, close rel­a­tives or friends can pre­pare dish­es for the table.

Entertainment overview

In order for the event to be inter­est­ing and fun, it is nec­es­sary to think over an excit­ing and inter­est­ing enter­tain­ment pro­gram in advance. The “Char­ter of the event” will help to set all those present in a pos­i­tive way from the very first minute.

All invi­tees should famil­iar­ize them­selves with the “Char­ter”, which must be placed at the entrance. The Guest Code reads:

  • on this day, the smile should not leave the face, sad entry is pro­hib­it­ed;
  • the birth­day girl should be con­stant­ly in the cir­cle of guests, remind­ing of the pur­pose of the event;
  • at the ban­quet, the words “I don’t drink”, “I can’t”, “do you respect me?” Should not sound;
  • it is for­bid­den to whine, be sad, shed a tear;
  • it is allod to shout “pour up!”, as ll as to have fun and dance until you drop.

Those guests who accept the “Code” are allod inside.

Already at the entrance, the invi­tees tune in to the desired wave, their mood ris­es. The task of the orga­niz­ers is to sup­port it and raise it to the high­est lev­el.

The toast­mas­ter can act as a host at the event. But a more inter­est­ing option will turn out if the host for my moth­er’s birth­day is a son or daugh­ter.

Start­ing the solemn part, the pre­sen­ter invites those present to greet the hero of the day. He appeals to each guest with a request to intro­duce him­self and name 5 qual­i­ties inher­ent in the hero of the day. This will allow you to get to know all the guests and set them up in a pos­i­tive way.

A good option for a birth­day sur­prise for mom is a slide show. It is advis­able to pre­pare a suf­fi­cient num­ber of high-qual­i­ty pho­tographs of the moth­er. These can be chil­dren’s and youth pho­tos, as ll as dding pho­tos, pic­tures from the hos­pi­tal. It is bet­ter to choose pho­tos where mom turned out ll and smiles. For slideshows, not only indi­vid­ual pho­tos are suit­able, but also pic­tures with fam­i­ly, friends and col­leagues.

In addi­tion to pho­tographs, it is advis­able to insert inter­est­ing videos into the plot in chrono­log­i­cal order, add musi­cal accom­pa­ni­ment. Usu­al­ly slides are includ­ed at the begin­ning of the feast, but you can break them into peri­ods and show them grad­u­al­ly.

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Those who could not get to the cel­e­bra­tion can be con­tact­ed via Skype. Such a video greet­ing will give mom pleas­ant moments.

After get­ting to know the guests and watch­ing the slide show, it was time for the hus­band to take the stage. A poem ded­i­cat­ed to your beloved, or just a sin­cere con­grat­u­la­tion from him, will be a pleas­ant gift for a birth­day girl. The guests raise their glass­es and drink to the health of the hero of the day.

All those present must unan­i­mous­ly sar an oath, which says that all the words spo­ken to the hero of the day are sin­cere, and all gifts are from the heart. Guests sign a doc­u­ment, which is solemn­ly pre­sent­ed to the birth­day girl or hung in a frame on the wall.

Contests and games

Despite the abun­dance of deli­cious dish­es on the tables, every­one wants to warm up a lit­tle. The hosts offer inter­est­ing games. If chil­dren are invit­ed to the event, the pro­gram should include out­door enter­tain­ment not only for adults, but also for chil­dren.

  • Celebri­ty Game. Its pur­pose is as fol­lows. Guests in turn should name a celebri­ty with the name of the hero of the day.
  • Seat­ed Danc­ing Com­pe­ti­tion. Those who wish leave the table and go to the cen­ter of the room, where chairs have already been pre­pared for them. It is sit­ting on them that the par­tic­i­pants will dance. But this will not be an ordi­nary dance. Par­tic­i­pants must accu­rate­ly fol­low the com­mands of the host, offer­ing to dance with eye­brows, lips, eyes, hands, etc. Such a com­pe­ti­tion is very fun, espe­cial­ly if impor­tant uncles and aunts are sit­ting on chairs and danc­ing. To make the com­pe­ti­tion even more inter­est­ing, mix­es of var­i­ous pop­u­lar melodies such as lam­ba­da, gyp­sy or striptease are used as melodies.
  • Com­pe­ti­tion “Guess the pro­fes­sion”. Its essence is to guess the pro­fes­sion by the sounds. So, the pro­fes­sion of a doc­tor can be rec­og­nized by the sounds of a siren, and the pro­fes­sion of a car­pen­ter can be rec­og­nized by the sound of a ham­mer.


After games and com­pe­ti­tions, chil­dren rush to con­grat­u­late their beloved moth­er. Con­grat­u­la­tions from chil­dren can be in verse, in song form, or sim­ply in the form of sin­cere words. A con­grat­u­la­tion from a son or daugh­ter can be writ­ten on a large paper. In addi­tion to wish­es, pic­tures-wish­es cut from mag­a­zines in the form of a fairy-tale cas­tle, vil­la, yacht or lux­u­ry car can be placed here.

Daugh­ters-in-law and son-in-law can join the con­grat­u­la­tions if the chil­dren are adults and have already man­aged to start fam­i­lies.

Beloved grand­moth­er and grand­chil­dren will not be left with­out atten­tion. They will present her their plas­ticine or paper crafts, draw­ings, home­made post­cards.

Original ideas for the script

You can hold an inter­est­ing event with­out a toast­mas­ter, the main thing is to sur­round mom with care and love. Chil­dren can offer guests a cool con­test-con­grat­u­la­tions “Kiss­es” and “Hugs”.

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Its course is as fol­lows:

  • all par­tic­i­pants must take turns send­ing air kiss­es until they get to the hero of the day;
  • on the sec­ond round, the guests hug each oth­er, giv­ing a strong hug to the birth­day girl.

After the con­grat­u­la­to­ry block, you should ask the guests if they want to dance, sing or par­tic­i­pate in out­door games / con­tests. Giv­en the age of some of those present, many will want to take a break from active move­ments.

At this time, it is bet­ter to hold calm com­pe­ti­tions that do not require high activ­i­ty from guests. It can be cha­rades, rid­dles, quizzes. Table con­tests, games and “chants” are held while sit­ting at the tables.

You can con­duct a calm game “Nim­ble fin­gers” with those present. This game requires mobile phones. At the direc­tion of the host, the guests should send SMS con­grat­u­la­tions to the hero of the day as soon as pos­si­ble. The first par­tic­i­pant who cor­rect­ly com­plet­ed the task receives an incen­tive prize in the form of a kiss from the birth­day girl. Also, guests are award­ed a mem­o­rable pho­to with the hero of the occa­sion, a dance with her or a glass of wine drunk on broth­er­hood.

It hap­pens that at the begin­ning of the par­ty, the guests do not want to go danc­ing, so the hosts lure them out with cun­ning. Tama­da turns on the melody and asks those present what movie it is from. The first per­son to guess the name of the film must go to the mid­dle of the hall. When quite a lot of guests gath­er in the cen­ter, the hosts move on to the sec­ond part of the com­pe­ti­tion, offer­ing to dance the way the char­ac­ters from the film dance. As a result, most of those present remain in the hall, famous­ly danc­ing.

The hosts can add a bit of mys­tery by intro­duc­ing a “famous” astrologer and seer who spe­cial­ly arrived from Tibet to con­grat­u­late the birth­day girl. She will pre­pare an indi­vid­ual horo­scope for each par­tic­i­pant. It should describe in detail what this or that par­tic­i­pant will do at 21 o’clock, at 22 o’clock, etc. Pre­dic­tions should be com­ic and pos­i­tive. So, for exam­ple, at 21.30 one of the guests, accord­ing to the pre­dic­tion of astrologers, will cut the birth­day cake, while the oth­er par­tic­i­pant at this time will look at the stars with a new friend or girl­friend.

At the end of the par­ty, a set table awaits every­one. Event orga­niz­ers bring in a birth­day cake. Every­one drinks for the health of the hero of the day, wish­ing her all the best.

You can com­plete the gala evening with fes­tive fire­works or launch­ing sky lanterns.

The guests, togeth­er with the birth­day girl, leave the cafe and admire the mag­nif­i­cent spec­ta­cle in the form of sparkling lights appear­ing in the sky.