Mother’s Day is slowly creeping up on us (Sunday 22nd March in case you forgot!) and now is probably the time that you are wondering what to buy the special lady/ ladies in your life.
I’ve rounded up a few ideas for you that will suit a range of tastes and budgets and ease the pressure of Mother’s Day gifting this year.
Personalised Pressed Birth Flower Pendant
Who could resist this beautiful necklace showcasing a real pressed flower within the glass pendant.
The chain comes in either gold or silver depending on your preference.
A steal at only £25 and can be found on Notonthehighstreet.com.
If you are fortunate enough to live by the sea, you will no doubt have heard of seaglass jewellery that is becoming an ever popular accessory.
Hop to seaglassandwaves.co.uk for some truly unique, handmade items that no one else will have. Take a peek at some of the below items currently for sale.
Prices are set at around £15 per item and each item is a complete one-off.
For the ultimate Mother’s Day treat why not head to Molton Brown for a wide range of goodies including handcreams, body lotions and fragrances.
With prices starting from £18 this is a great option for those on a bit of a budget but don’t want to skimp on quality.
The Body Shop:
You can always rely on the Body Shop for an affordable yet divine range of smellies!
With a variety of masks, soaps and their famous body butters, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Prices start from an incredible £6
Food and Drink
A Hotel Chocolat gift hamper is the perfect pressie for those chocoholic mummies out there.
With a variety of tasty treats (Salted Caramel Puddles anyone?) this hamper is a real winner. At only £27, this gift is real value for money.
Sussex Wine School
For those local to Brighton and the surrounding areas, an unexpectedly different gift is a wine tasting experience at the Sussex Wine School.
I took my mum to a chocolate and wine pairing evening a couple of years ago and she loved it.
With plenty of courses to choose from including cheese and wine matching, gin tasting and an overall introduction to wine there is something for everyone!
Course prices start from £27.50.
Who doesn’t love to receive flowers for any occasion? Probably the most well known flower delivery company is Interflora and this year they have some particularly gorgeous arrangements that can be delivered to mum in time for Mother’s Day
With prices starting from £31, it is worth noting that they are a little pricier then supermarket flowers.
Marks and Spencers:
We all know that we can rely on good old Marks and Sparks for quality at affordable prices. I must say that this year, Marks and Spencers have outdone themselves on the flower front with pretty blooms in summery yellows and oranges as well as softer pinks, creams and purples.
With prices starting from a much more respectable £25, you can still buy mum some beautiful flowers without the hefty price tag.
I hope this post has provided some inspiration for you!
PS – Don’t forget the card!