CHICAGO (CBS) — Are you looking to wine and dine mom for Mother’s Day?
Maybe a brunch with bottomless mimosas? There are lots of options out there.READ MORE: Chicago Police Union President Urges Aldermen To Repeal Mayor's Vaccine Mandate For City Workers; 'This Tyrant At The Top Needs To Stop What She’s Doing'
If you’re looking for a lavish brunch, the Four Seasons has a $180 package that includes 60 different sweet and savory options.
If you want middle-of-the road, Bar Roma, Shore club, and Foremento’s all have specials under $50.
And if you’re on a balanced budget, and mom is looking for breakfast in bed, a sausage McMuffin, hash browns and an order of hot cakes from McDonalds will cost about $5.00.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Showers Wrap Up, But Temperatures Remain Chilly; Lakeshore Flood Advisory In Effect
But if mom is more of a flower lover, it’s time to head to the florist. You can call it the Super Bowl for florists.
According to the National Retail Federation shoppers are expected to spend more than 2.6 billion dollars on flowers for Mother’s Day this year.
If you haven’t ordered yet, some of the most popular flowers are lilies, roses and peonies. A local florist explained why flowers are the perfect present for mom.
“They smell great and they usually make people smile,” said florist Erica Gibbons of Steve’s Flower Market. “I’ve never delivered an arrangement and have someone be upset.”MORE NEWS: CBS 2 Vault: Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy Talks Exclusively With Walter Jacobson In 1992 Series Of Special Reports
Why so many people go with peonies? It’s a symbol to represent a happy marriage.