Believe it or not, Mother’s Day is right around the corner (May 10th, to be exact!) Whether you have the privilege of being inside with Mom or are just a FaceTime or Zoom call away, here are a few gifts to show her some love.
I’m basing all of these selections with my mom in mind, but hope these spark some gift ideas for your mom!
P.S. You might want to consider ordering now to factor in the shipping delays!
me and my mom 🥰
I love Diptyque candles, and this one is no exception. Baise is one of Diptyque’s most popular candles, and it warms the room with the scent of roses and blackcurrant. It’s not overpoweringly floral though – it’s balanced with a hint of fruit. We often light these at work events for an added touch, and it’s such a crowd pleaser. Mom will be sure to love it!
This mix of cool water roses, ocean song roses, aster, and spray roses will brighten your mom’s day. Fresh flowers are always a mood boost – so this bright and colorful mix from UrbanStems is a great option for mom.
I actually got this fragrance for my mom for her birthday in March. Viktor and Rolf’s Flowerbomb is a sweet and spicy scent that features cattleya (a type of orchid), jasmine, rose, and vanilla. It’s not overpowering in its sweetness either (it’s not like a Prada Candy!) Back when I worked in Sephora, everyone I showed loved it – here’s to hoping your mom does, too. And if she doesn’t, keep it for yourself!
I don’t know about your mom, but my mom loves an indulgent snack (don’t tell her I told you). This gift set includes pears, chocolate truffles, shortbread cookies, cheese and crackers, and an orchid, all in gift boxes with a bow on top. Leave it to Harry & David to take care of the presentation for you.
Now’s the perfect time to lounge. Why not do it in a cozy robe? This bathrobe comes in several colors (my mom would want the pink one!) Plus, it has a belt and two pockets. I hate when robes don’t have pockets – I need somewhere to put my phone! My mom would get concerned if I splurged on a ~$200 robe for her, so luckily this one is not only warm and cozy, but affordable.
Hope these ideas were helpful! Based on the events of the past month, I’ve learned how important it is to celebrate every moment you can with your loved ones. Even dinnertime with your family is time to be grateful for. So even if you can’t send mom gifts right now, give her a call, put together a collage of photos, or tell her how much she means to you. You don’t need a tangible gift to show her you care.
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