The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift Guide
It’s hard to put into words or one single gift how much you love and appreciate everything your mother has done for you. That’s why we’ve come up with these fun and affordable ideas to put a smile on her face for Mother’s Day. From sending her a stuffed animal friend to making sure she has time to take a bath with a glass of wine by her side, show Mom how much you care with our ultimate Mother’s Day gift guide.
- Spice Kits — Variety is the spice of life. Go on and spice up Mom’s life with a variety of spice kits. There are tons of different spice kits depending on her cooking and baking style. There are spice kits inspired by different ethnic cuisines. Ones for a variety of dry BBQ rubs. Others are inspired by the different seasons. If she’s a pumpkin spice lover, she’d love a fall spice kit.
- Stuffed Animals — Stuffed animals aren’t just for kids. Give Mother’s Day Gift something to cuddle with and remind her of you. Send her a stuffed animal care package with a personalized Happy Mother’s Day note from you. From classic teddy bears to fantastical creatures, you’re sure to find at least one or two cute stuffed animals to show her you care.
- Personalized Drinking Glasses — Whether Mom likes to take her vodka straight up in shot glasses or if she likes to sit back and watch her favorite Netflix show with a long pour glass of wine, she’ll love a set of personalized drinking glasses with “World’s Best Mom” on them. You can get personalized drinking glasses in different shapes and sizes depending on the beverage of her choice. Mix it up with different colors and designs depending on her taste.
- Bathtime Wine Holder — Speaking of sitting back and enjoying a fine drink, if Mom has a jacuzzi or a bath she loves to use, get her a bathtime wine holder. They can stick to the sides of the bath tiles or jacuzzi wall while she’s watching a show on her iPad or reading a book. All she needs is a candlelit spa moment and some bubbles.
- Bath Bombs — Bubble baths aren’t just for kids, either. If you haven’t used bath bombs before, they’re like spa magic in a ball. They’re spherical, single-use blends of oils and extracts that you toss into the tub and watch them work their magic. Mom will love the fragrance of bath bombs. They can also help smooth dry skin and will leave her feeling refreshed.
- Pajama Sets — If Mom is still using the same humdrum pajamas, or even a baggy old t-shirt and sweatpants, it’s time to give her a nighttime upgrade. Get her a brand new pajama set. Maybe she’ll love soft and silky pink pajamas. You can’t go wrong with super soft waffle weave cotton pajamas. You can even get ones with fun sayings and designs to really hone into Mom’s personal style.
- Cheese Board — Is your mom the hostess with the mostess? Get Mom her very own cheese board. Many cheese boards also come with cutting tools to help carve specific kinds of cheeses. She’ll have so much fun getting creative and coming up with her own charcuterie creations. She can mix and match with different types of soft and hard cheeses. She can add on fruits and different cured meats. The cheese board is her canvas, and she’s the artist of her kitchen.
- Flower Growing Kits — Mother’s Day Gift doesn’t have to be an expert gardener to get into flower growing kits. If she wants something a little more practical than just pretty flowers, she may appreciate growing her own plants that she can use for eating or cooking in her kitchen. Browse for different options depending on what she likes to eat or cook with, such as Mason jar herb gardens and self-water chili pepper plants.
- Harvest Basket — As for moms with serious green thumbs, get her a harvest basket. When it’s time for her to gather up all of her crops, she can use her harvest basket to get her carrots, tomatoes and so forth. Complete the look with new gardening tools, gloves and a gardening hat.
- Birth Month Accessories — Birth month accessories are great gifts for Mom for both Mother’s Day and her actual birthday. Get inspired by her birth month by getting her a scarf or piece of jewelry associated with her birthday. For example, if she was born in June, you can get her a scarf with a rose print to represent her month. If she was born in December, you could get her a topaz necklace inspired by her birth month.
According to a survey from Motherly, 93 percent of American mothers feel burned out in some way. It’s time to ease Mom’s burnout and remind her how much you care. Any of these gifts are sure to make your mom feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside this Mother’s Day.