Last-Minute Mother’s Day Brunch Spots in Atlanta

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Once a year, children of all ages scramble to prove their love for their mothers through food. The astute ones take her out for a Mother’s Day brunch and book their reservations early. However, take heart procrastinators: there are still several open tables up for grabs that will impress mother and they are quite nice. Here is a short list of last-minute spots of both buffets and specialty menus.

Hip Italian: Cucina Asellina
Mom will enjoy the vibe as well as the fresh Italian food at Cucina Asellina, the sister restaurant to STK. DJ Dillon spins an upbeat mix of old and new school R&B, hip-hop, reggae, and even house that prompts a lot of head nodding and inevitably dancing in between the eatery’s red wood tables. (And he is there every Sunday.) Start off healthy with a yogurt fruit, granola, and parfait mix, or try their signature to die for frittatas with imported Tuscan kale. In addition to these dishes there will be a special Mother’s Day brunch menu and moms will receive complimentary gift cards to Exhale Spa. Brunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m - book it now!.

Big Tent Garden Party: Park Tavern
When it comes to throwing lively parties under a big tent, the Park Tavern is the expert. Next to their Easter Brunch, the Park’s Mother’s Day Brunch is the next lively elegant affair. White cloth tables are situated under a big white big top that holds up rain or shine while jazz music is pumped in. The menu is simple enough to satisfy all tastes and fills stomachs with first, seconds, and thirds: made-to-order omelettes, eggs Benedict with smoked salmon, vegetables, and fruit salads of different sorts, pastries, and the signature chocolate fountain for dipping marshmallows, strawberries, and other sweet nothings. Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. - book it now.

Sophisticated and Subdued: Room at Twelve Centennial Park Hotel
For a more intimate meal, head to Room at Twelve Centennial Park hotel. Its Sunday brunch may still be a best-kept secret to weekend meal seekers. Its quiet, cool ambience is perfect for lavishing mom with attention. She can indulge in mascarpone blueberry crunch pancakes with maple-roasted pork loin, or she can munch on the cherry and pepper salmon lox Benedict with dill hollandaise sauce. There will be complimentary glasses of bubbly for her to wash it all down with. Brunch is served from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. - book it now.

Classic Tea: Ritz-Carlton Buckhead
New for this year, a traditional afternoon tea and royal tea will be served starting at 1 p.m., in between the city's finest brunch, served from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. There will be a card decoration station to allow for kids to create personal missives. Book it now.

13 Last Minute Mother’s Day Gifts You Can Totally Pull Off

Did Mother’s Day sneak up on you again? This year we’ve got you covered with amazing last-minute DIY gifts. These ideas are sure to bring a smile to the number one lady in your life and let her know how appreciated she is. Keep reading to take your gifting to the next level.

1. Darna Bistroquet

In addition to delivering to parks, Darna Bistroquet is offering a Mother’s Day takeout or delivery menu for two (or multiples thereof) that includes a two-egg shakshuka with braised chickpeas maakouda, a Morroccan-style hash brown a cucumber salad with black radishes, mint, celery and lemon-sumac dressing homemade rghaief flatbread with cumin rainbow trout gravlax with fennel salad homemade briwates, a sweet or savoury puff pastry and cardamom-spiced carrot cake. Pre-order or cross your fingers that it won’t sell out in advance. All boxes will include a handmade accessory from Boutique Binetna, a female-led contemporary boutique that makes accessories inspired by their North African heritage.

This American brassiere with a Latin twist is celebrating its first Mother’s Day (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) with shrimp and grits featuring Spanish chorizo, red pepper cream and braised collards challah bread banana foster French Toast with bacon a crispy cod sandwich and boneless braised lamb shanks with pappardelle pasta ($3-$26). Newly released cocktails include a Mai High Tai (Novo Fogo Cachaça, dry curacao and orgeat) and a spicy guava pisco sour for $10 to $12.

For those who didn’t nab a reservation for executive chef Vikram Sunderam’s brunch at the OG Rasika in Penn Quarter — it’s completely sold out — the West End branch still has availability for its three-course, prix fixe menu ($50 per person). The Indian spread stars an Anda Bhurjee quesadilla with masala scrambled eggs and avocado chaat shikampuri kebab with lamb, quail eggs and mint chutney and green pea dhokla (lentil cakes and coconut chutney, all served with bread and rice. Brunch runs from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and a regular a la carte menu goes live for dinner.

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Mother’s Day is next weekend, Sunday May 13, and if you haven’t made brunch reservations yet, well, excuses won’t make seats magically appear. Luckily, there are some knockout places serving Mother’s Day specials that still have availability (for now). Here are the places to make those last-minute reservations before they completely sell out.

Urban Farmer

What it is: The farm-friendly restaurant and steakhouse in downtown’s Nines Hotel
What’s happening: A Mother’s Day brunch buffet
What to get: Citrus smoked salmon, spring pea and duck confit, oysters on the half-shell
How much: $65 per person, $25 for children 10 and under
Make a reservation: Call (503) 222-4900 or email [email protected]

Trifecta Tavern and Bakery and Kaylee Young of Flourish by Kay

What it is: The Buckman-area tavern and bakery and a local florist/photographer
What’s happening: Mother’s Day flowers and pastries pop-up
What to get: Croissants, morning rolls, escargot (pastry, not snail), each with a single stemmed flower, or bunches of flowers from Young
How much: $3 to $4 for pastries, $5 to $35 for floral arrangements or $50 to $75 with a vase
Make a reservation: Just drop in from 8:30 a.m. to noon

Punch Bowl Social

What it is: Downtown mega-bar with games and bowling
What’s happening: Mother’s Day brunch buffet and games
What to get: Omelets at the omelet station, biscuits with mushroom gravy, cheesecake
How much: $25 for adults, $12 for kids 12 and under. Moms get one chance to bowl a strike and win free brunch
Make a reservation: Visit the website


What it is: Kerns-area Cajun tapas restaurant with Vietnamese touches
What’s happening: Mother’s Day brunch
What to get: Crawfish anh luu and gumbo hash, plus discounted copies of Portland Cooks
How much: $6 to $16 per item, $20 for cookbooks signed by chef-owner Anh Luu
Make a reservation: Call (503) 232-6652 or visit here


What it is: Bright and airy Middle-Eastern restaurant
What’s happening: Collaborative Mother’s Day prix-fixe brunch with Beast’s Naomi Pomeroy
What to get: Whatever is put in front of you
How much: $38 per person
Make a reservation: Reservations are full, but walk-in bar seating will be available

Raven and Rose

What it is: High-end Irish dining and cocktail bar
What’s happening: Mother’s Day brunch with specials
What to get: Oregon Dungeness crab eggs Benedict
How much: $8 to $20 for à la carte items
Make a reservation: Call (503) 222-7673 or visit the website

The Nightwood Society

What it is: Woman-owned kitchen and event space
What’s happening: Pop-up market (Saturday) and Mother’s Day Brunch (Sunday)
What to get: Shop from women-owned businesses on Saturday and get a prix fixe brunch Sunday
How much: $40 per person, $25 for children under 12
Make a reservation: Drop in to market 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, Visit Sparxo for brunch reservations

Red Star Tavern

What it is: Swanky and modern hotel bar and restaurant in downtown
What’s happening: Mother’s Day brunch buffet
What to get: Carved meats, custom omelets, and chilled seafood
How much: $50 for adults, $20 for kids under 12
Make a reservation: Call (503) 222-0005

Ava Gene’s

What it is: Homestyle Italian cooking on busy Division St.
What’s happening: Mother’s Day brunch inspired by chef-owner Joshua McFadden’s new vegetable centric cookbook, Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables
What to get: Carbonara, polenta with shrimp, poached egg, and pea greens, avocado toast
How much: À la carte items from $7 to $22
Make a reservation: Reservations made at the website, open bar seating will be available


What it is: Casual fine dining in the Pearl District
What’s happening: Three-course Mother’s Day brunch with options for each serving
What to get: Spring leek soup, french toast, salmon lox Benedict, pork belly and grits
How much: $35 per person
Make a reservation: Book at the website, or grab first come, first serve bar seating

Nel Centro

What it is: Modern Italian eatery with sprawling patio in downtown
What’s happening: Mother’s Day brunch with specials
What to get: Dungeness crab Benedict, poached eggs on griddled polenta
How much: À la carte options range from $9 to $15
Make a reservation: Visit OpenTable

Chalino with Shipwreck and Wares

What it is: Chef Johanna Ware’s “inauthentic Asian” brunch in an industrial space with tropical cocktails
What’s happening: Mother’s Day cocktail brunch pop-up
What to get: Breakfast congee with Chinese sausage, banana curry pancakes, breakfast coladas
How much: $8 to $13 for à la carte food and drink items
Make a reservation: Drop in from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


What it is: Seafood centric dining in window-lined hotel restaurant and bar
What’s happening: Mother’s Day brunch with specials
What to get: Raw bar, black sesame waffle with pork belly
How much: $4 to $19
Make a reservation: Visit the restaurant’s website

11 Last-Minute Mother's Day Gifts In Ottawa Guaranteed To Make You The Favourite

Are you still searching for Mother's Day gift ideas in Ottawa? Even if you can't celebrate together, it's still important to show your mom how much you care.

There are tons of local businesses that will even bring the gift to her door, which is perfect if you don't live in the same city.

You could surprise her with a brunch feast or have an ice cream truck make a special delivery. Or you can gather the family together remotely and try an online escape room together.

Here are some top picks of things to spoil your mother with on Sunday, May 9:

Tea Bombs Gift Box

Address: At the intersection of Strandherd and Greenbank, Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Get It: You can treat your mother to a self-care kit with tasty tea bombs and sugar cookies.

Charcuterie Box

Why You Need To Get It: You can get a mouthwatering spread from Overboard Ottawa for up to four people delivered to her door. Inside it comes with gourmet cheeses, meats, fruits, chocolates, macarons and other tasty bites.

A Visit From An Ice Cream Truck

Price: $9 (Mother's Day pints), $35+ (for the ice cream truck visit)

Why You Need To Get It: You can arrange for an extra-special ice cream treat for your mom. You can book The Merry Dairy's ice cream truck to visit her house and deliver a pint of delicious ice cream.

A Spa Kit & Two Virtual Workout Classes

Why You Need To Get It: Not only does the gift box come with everything your mom will need to enjoy a spa day at home, but they'll also get two virtual workout classes with a personal trainer.

Mother's Day Afternoon Tea

Address: 1 Rideau St., Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Get It: You can bring the delicious Fairmont Chateau Laurier afternoon tea to your mom. It comes with an assortment of finger sandwiches, desserts, and scones.

Dessert Sushi & A Bottle Of Wine

Why You Need To Get It: Sure, you've heard about sushi, but how about sushi crepes? They are mini roll-up crepes stuffed with yummy fillings like Nutella. The small size comes with 25 pieces, a mini bottle of pinot grigio, plus an assortment of chocolates and candies.

Play A Virtual Escape Room Together

Price: $29 per team for two to four people

Why You Need To Get It: You can spend some quality time with your mom virtually by trying to solve this online escape room together.

Locally Sourced Tulips

Address: 2297 Lawn Ave., Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Get It: You can have a colourful bouquet of tulips delivered. It even comes with a postcard where City Love Flowers will write your message to your mother.

Waffle Grazing Box

Address: 2020 Tenth Line Rd., Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Get It: There is no need to worry about overcooking brunch. Instead, you can order a box with a brunch feast for up to six people, complete with Belgian waffles, donut pieces, fruit and cheese.

Chocolate Covered Oreos & Strawberries

Address: 430 Hazeldean Rd., Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Get It: If your mom has a sweet tooth, she is sure to enjoy this dessert box that comes with treats like chocolate-covered strawberries and Oreos.

A Wine Gift Bundle

Why You Need To Get It: If your mom loves to swirl a glass of rosé, she is sure to adore this gift package from KIN Vineyards. It comes with two bottles of wine, a Hispaniola bar from Hummingbird Chocolate, jars of jelly and chutney made with wine, a lotion bar and lip balm.

Five last-minute Mother's Day reservations

Still scrounging for Mother's Day plans? These five restaurants still have plenty of reservation slots available on OpenTable. Snag them while you can.

KYMA serves a special menu for their Mother’s Day lunch and dinner. The four-course pre fixe menu features Greek specialties such as the whole roasted fish where guests can choose from Aegean sea bass, Holland dover sole or Icelandic Arctic char. The regular menu will not be available.

Reservations: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m.

Hours: 404-262-0702

La Grotta Ravinia

Perimeter’s outpost of La Grotta has the same Northern Italian fare as Buckhead’s location, with a beautiful view and covered dining on the veranda. The buffet features an antipasto table, house-made pastas, a carving station and array of desserts.

Reservations: 770-395-9925

Hours: 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.


The steakhouse opens early and serves their full dinner menu all day in addition to Mother’s Day specials. Entrees include slow roasted prime rib and Alaskan halibut with jumbo lump crab. For dessert, chef Tom’s bourbon carrot cake may just steal mom’s heart.

Reservations: 770-512-8888

Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

St. Regis Atlanta

Jazz music fills the air at St. Regis’ brunch, where you’ll dine overlooking the lobby and crystal chandelier of the St. Regis. The elegant brunch buffet features a carving station, raw bar and champagne cart. A photographer will be on hand to shoot photos of families, and children can also create bouquets of flowers for mom.

Reservations: 404-563-7799

Hours: (Two seating options)11am to 1:30pm & 2pm to 4:30pm

This neighborhood gastropub/wine bar has just what mom wants: a unique variety of wines and champagnes at a great price. Have mom start out with “The Susan,” sparkling wine scented with strawberries and lemon, then she can pick from a brunch favorite like eggs Benedict or a frittata.

10 Last-Minute Mother’s Day Reservations You Can Still Make to Redeem Yourself

No excuses if you’ve forgotten to fete your mom this Sunday, May 14 (ahem, Mother’s Day). There are still some reservations to be seized at restaurants so good that the woman who gave you life will guess you made them months in advance. Eater SF scoured OpenTable, Resy, and Yelp’s reservations and has assembled 10 winners with tables for the taking. We’ve also got a list of the definitive Mother’s Day events in SF, and for cross-reference, our most recent Brunch Heatmap.

1760: A morning menu of updated American dishes like chicken and waffle croquettes plus Asian-influenced fare like crab fat congee and kimchi fried rice make this Russian Hill restaurant an always-interesting brunch pick. They’ll be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for Mother’s Day and reservations abound. 1760 Polk Street

Aster: The brunch menu at Brett Cooper’s Michelin-starred Mission District gem is a standout for its buttermilk biscuits with honey butter and bacon and asparagus toast with crème fraiche and salmon roe. For Mother’s Day, a 3-course prix fixe brunch at $40 per-person will appeal to the value-conscious parent and child. 1001 Guerrero Street

Belcampo: For the carnivorous mother and child, butcher shop and restaurant Belcampo in Russian Hill has a special, particularly hearty brunch. If you go, get the “Boney Mary” — a Bloody made with bone broth, of course. 1998 Polk Street

Belga: A brunch charmer for the mom who may enjoy a Trappist ale with her brioche beignets or Belgian waffles. Their menu is full of classics and the comfy Marina vibes will set you at ease. OpenTable still has reservations galore. 2000 Union Street

Cala: An impeccable Hayes Valley space that’s even prettier by day, Cala is a brunch option sure to please mom, and it looks like Resy’s got a few spots left. The restaurant’s popular trout tostadas are on the a.m. menu alongside killer breakfast items like chilaquiles and a rosé special. 149 Fell Street

Elite Cafe: Recently revamped but still classic with a neon sign and booths from a different era, Elite Cafe remains a Fillmore Street gem. A cajun-influenced menu includes andouille hash, crawfish étouffée and meetinghouse biscuits, and reservations on Yelp are yours for the taking. 2049 Fillmore Street

Huxley: Mothers in the house at this cozy TL neighborhood restaurant get a complimentary glass of bubbles at brunch. You can tell her you bought it for her, we won’t tell. 846 Geary Street

Leo’s Oyster Bar: Does mom love oysters and old-school elegance? Leo’s has a special seafood Mother’s Day brunch menu featuring items like caviar bites and lobster cake Benedicts. 568 Sacramento Street

RN74: Just like RN74, Michael Mina’s SoMa wine shrine, your mom isn’t going to be around forever. The restaurant, opened in 2009, recently announced that it would make way for a restaurant from Ayesha Curry. So grab an a la carte brunch while mom — and RN74 — are in town reservations are plentiful. 301 Mission Street

Quince: For the child who spares no expense to please Mom, there’s a remaining time slot or two at Quince, whose four-course $198 per person brunch menu is sure to be a doozy. Your mom’s cooking deserves a Michelin star, right? Well Quince has three of them. 470 Pacific Avenue

18 Last-Minute Mother's Day Gifts on Sale Now

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The undeniable surrealness of the Covid-19 pandemic may be to blame, but in case you didn't notice, Mother's Day is coming up fast. Like, really fast.

If you're in need of a last-minute Mother's Day gift, you have some obstacles to overcome. This year, traditional presents might not be safe or available. You can't exactly bring her breakfast in bed or take her out to dinner, but you can still give Mom a present if you're so inclined. We've rounded up some last-minute ideas, though due to the ongoing pandemic, delivery times are delayed nearly everywhere. Even if your gift doesn't arrive by May 10, we're willing to bet that Mom will understand and (probably) won't ground you.

Be sure to check out our Mother's Day Gift Guide for other recommendations.

Catch the best deals on the best products, picked by our editors.

If you buy something using links in our stories, we may earn a commission. Learn more. You can also support our reporting by purchasing a 1-year WIRED subscription for $5 (Discounted).

Update May 9: We added some new deals on an Instant Pot and the Google Home Hub.

Whether she's a fan of Jane Austen, Nora Roberts, or Toni Morrison, your mom can read her favorites on a Kindle, and the devices are discounted right now. The Kindle Paperwhite (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is the most well-rounded option, on sale for $100. It's water-resistant, the screen is bright, and the battery lasts for weeks on a single charge. If your budget is a little tighter, the base Kindle (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is another great gadget, on sale for $65. This model isn't water-resistant, and it's a bit chunkier than the Paperwhite, but it's still a perfectly fine e-reader. Note that both Kindles are temporarily out of stock, but you can place your order now and they'll ship as soon as possible.

These deals are part of a larger sale on Amazon devices you may want to check out.

Tile Mate 4-Pack for $50 ($20 off): These trackers can prevent lost keys, wallets, phones, and basically everything but Mom's brain. She could probably attach it to a grandkid if need be.

Facebook Portal for $79 ($50 off): If Mom prefers Facebook, there's no better way to chat face to face. Check out our review for everything you need to know about the gadget.

Homesick Candles for 20 percent off: We're all feeling a little homesick right now. These scented candles and reed diffusers are inspired by locations. Maybe you're in New York but your mother's in California. Maybe she misses her childhood home in Louisiana, or you take annual vacations to Colorado. There are special Mother's Day scents too. Shipping is free on all orders, and you can save 10 percent on one candle or 20 percent on two or more.

Nest Mini for $30 ($20 off): The Nest Mini is one of the best smart speakers you can buy. Thanks to built-in Google Assistant, the next time Mom forgets the name of "that one guy from that movie," she just might be able to find out the answer.

Wayfair's Big Outdoor Sale offers up to 65 percent off: If your mother hates her patio set but can't be bothered to swap it out, you can snag some really good prices in this sale. Aside from furniture, there are rugs, storage solutions, and even inflatable hot tubs with price cuts. You could get her a fancy wine-themed birdhouse or one of those creepy garden gnomes.

Ember Temperature-Controlled Mug 2-Pack for $150 ($50 off): These heated mugs are great for coffee-addicted moms. We like them a lot. More recently, the mugs have learned a new trick: caffeine tracking. If Mom loves coffee, but you don't love the Ember's price tag, check out our favorite travel mugs for other ideas.

One-of-A-Kind Bouquet for 15 percent off: 1-800-Flowers is offering 15 percent off handmade bouquets from local florists. Delivery slots for Mother's Day cost a bit more, and there's limited availability. Still, since we're so close to the official holiday, this may be your best bet if you're determined to get her flowers.

Instant Pot 6-Quart Wi-Fi Smart Pressure Cooker for $99 ($50 off): This is not the best price drop in history for this fancy Wi-Fi-enabled Instant Pot, but it's the best deal we've seen in a while, and you're still saving a big chunk off the MSRP. The Instant Pot Duo is also slightly discounted and may be a better choice for a parent that doesn't use apps much—though the price drop isn't as great when compared with historic pricing. If Mom really wants an Instant Pot, these are two good opportunities to pick one up.

Fitbit Versa Lite for $130 ($30 off): I got my mom one of these, and she loves it. So does WIRED senior writer Adrienne So, who gave it an 8/10 WIRED Recommends in her review last year. Despite being a slightly older model, this still makes the cut as one of the best fitness trackers. Fun color options are an added bonus. Other Fitbits wearables are on sale, too.

AirPods Pro for $235 ($15 off): If your mom has an iPhone, these are the best AirPods you can buy her. They're sweat-resistant and great for workouts. You can check out more of our favorite earbuds here.

Apple iPhone SE for $350: The new iPhone SE (8/10 WIRED Recommends) is perfect for moms who have been complaining about ever-increasing smartphone sizes. It's small, supports wireless charging, and still has the home button and Touch ID, though there's no headphone jack like the rest of Apple's iPhones. It's discounted $50 if you activate it on a carrier network, but it's still a great deal at its MSRP of $400.

iPad 2019 for $250 ($100 off): The iPad is a great, versatile tool to have in the home, whether it's for reading, catching up on YouTube, or if Mom just wants a bigger screen to see your face during FaceTime video calls. This is a killer price for Apple's base iPad, but it might be a good idea to consider the 128 GB model for $330, which gives you a lot more storage space for photos and apps. Best Buy has a ton of other deals on Apple gear right now, including the Apple Watch Series 5 and the HomePod speaker.

iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum for $219 ($81 off): This model didn't make our list of the best robot vacuums, but we like iRobot's Roombas in general. Your mother will probably also like not having to break out the handheld vacuum cleaner as frequently. The Eufy 11S is another good pick that's slightly more affordable.

Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay Hybrid Instant Camera for $140 ($20 off): This is the best instant camera you can buy. We give it lots of praise in our review (8/10, WIRED Recommends), and a couple of the color options are on sale at this price.

Nixplay 13-Inch Seed Digital Picture Frame for $172 ($56 off): We included one of these in our gift guide for nerdy moms and dads. Frames like these are a good way to share pictures of the kids, the garden, or your crazy quarantine hair. A smaller version of this frame is also on sale.

Roku Streaming Stick Plus for $39 ($21 off): This is the best Roku for most people. It's easy to use, too, so you (hopefully) won't be stuck playing tech support on the phone once it's delivered. Check out our Roku buying guide for more.

Google Nest Hub for $79 ($50 off): This deal is even better than the one we shared last week. Nest Hub (originally called the Google Home Hub is a great size for places like kitchen counters and end tables, and it features Google Assistant. Mom can use it to view recipes when cooking or check the weather when she's headed out the door.

If you haven't found what you want yet, here are a few links to curated retailer pages that may help.

10 Super Cool Star Wars Desserts for the Geek in All of Us

Those with a creative eye know firsthand that inspiration is all around us. Whether you're energized by the earth tones of nature, a color-filled walk through a local farmer's market, or even by a quick scroll through Instagram, you never know what might spark a new creative project.

In the spirit of inspiring your next masterpiece, we're excited to partner with Bounty to fuel the next generation of artists and designers forward by launching a national design competition. We're calling on graphic designers to apply for a chance to see their work featured on a new Brit + Co and Bounty paper towel collection, set to launch in 2022.

Aside from the incredible exposure of having your illustrations on paper towels that'll be in stores across America next year, you'll also receive $5,000 for your art a scholarship for Selfmade, our 10-week entrepreneurship accelerator to take your design career to the next level (valued at $2,000) and a stand alone feature on Brit + Co spotlighting your artistry as a creator.

The Creatively You Design Competition launches Friday, May 21, 2021 and will be accepting submissions through Monday, June 7, 2021.


Who Should Apply: Women-identifying graphic designers and illustrators. (Due to medium limitations, we're not currently accepting design submissions from photographers or painters.)

What We're Looking For: Digital print and pattern designs that reflect your design aesthetic. Think optimistic, hopeful, bright — something you'd want to see inside your home.

How To Enter: Apply here, where you'll be asked to submit 2x original design files you own the rights to for consideration. Acceptable file formats include: .PNG, .JPG, .GIF, .SVG, .PSD, and .TIFF. Max file size 5GB. We'll also ask about your design inspiration and your personal info so we can keep in touch.

Artist Selection Process: Panelists from Brit + Co and P&G Bounty's creative teams will judge the submissions and select 50 finalists on June 11, 2021 who will receive a Selfmade scholarship for our summer 2021 session. Then, up to 8 artists will be selected from the finalists and notified on June 18, 2021. The chosen designers will be announced publicly in 2022 ahead of the product launch.

For any outstanding contest Qs, please see our main competition page. Good luck & happy creating!

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