This isn’t your typical gift guide as I thought I’d not only give you some product recommendations BUT also share some ideas with you, to spark your imagination and give something more personal!
- Flower Subscription– Who doesn’t love receiving flowers? And what’s better than a one off bouquet on Mother’s day? That’s right, a regular delivery of fresh flowers. Bloom & Wilde have always had my heart, but there are plenty of options out there with different frequencies & price tags.
- Afternoon Tea– you could book a spot at a local hotel/restaurant or even attempt to put on a spread at home. Which mum doesn’t love a good cup of tea and a catch up with their child?
- Baked Goods– if Afternoon Tea seems a little too much, why not try your hand at baking something? Both my Cookies & Brownies are super easy, or you could bake this granola if lent has got you *trying* to give up the sweet stuff.
- Tickets to a museum/ play– Lets be real, most of the things we would normally buy our parents they can get themselves, so why not make it a bit more special and invest in an experience rather than another set of bath products?
- Tokens– e.g. ‘a day out shopping’ // ‘ A three course meal cooked by me’ // ‘A foot massage’ (ew). When I first heard this idea a few years ago I thought it was genius, a way to spread out your gift as much as you mum wants & make it personal based on what they like to do. It’s even better if you include a few things your mum knows you don’t like doing that much to save for when she really needs a pick me up!
So that’s it, if none of these tickle your fancy and you want to buy a more generic gift then I have also rounded up some suggestions for you!
Sanctuary Gift Set // Ted Baker Gift Set // Bloom & Wild Flowers // Ugg Slippers // ‘Home is where Mum is’ Mug // To-Do List Notepad // Chloe Perfume Gift Set // Silk Eye Mask // One Line A Day 5 Year Journal // ‘Home is where Mum is’ print
Do you celebrate mother’s day? If so, what’re your plans this year?