Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother's Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is just around the corner on Sunday, May 8th. While no mom expects a gift, it doesn’t hurt to give your mama a little something she will love to show your love (follow that?!). I pulled together a few of my latest gift ideas to help make the gift buying process a tad bit easier. You can also click here to view last year’s gift guide if you’d like a few more gift ideas.


What mom wouldn’t enjoy a new pair of comfy jammies? I’m loving the patterns from Victoria’s Secret recent collection, especially this polka dot pair with pink trim. The Mayfair pajamas come in three lengths (short, regular and tall)  and are lightweight to be worn year-round. There are also some really cute short sets as well. Use code SLEEPY to get a free pair of slippers with any PJ purchase.


Swell water bottles are all the rage lately. I don’t own one, but I hear they keep your beverages cold for a crazy long time. And let’s be honest, they are pretty cool looking. On top of being pretty and functional, S’well donates a portion of the proceeds from the sale of each bottle to UNICEF to help provide clean drinking water to children around the world.


If I received a pair of Tory Burch flip flops for any holiday, I’d be excited. I found these adorable white jelly flip flops on sale at Nordstrom for only $59.50 (originally $95). It is hard to see in the picture above, but they have a cute bow with the Tory Burch logo and gold accents. Perfect for summer and the pool!


Every mom loves flowers, but it is too bad when they start to wilt a few days later. I recently saw these wooden roses that were really cool and looked shockingly like the real thing. They will never die and are a perfect way to show your mom how much you love her. The best part: two dozen are only $14.99 on Amazon Prime!!!!


I’m obsessed with Vonjet silhouettes. This company takes a simple profile picture of your child or pet and turns it into an awesome piece of wall art. There are a million ways to customize them with different wood grains, paint, sizes and shapes. I really want to get these made for my kids. What grandmother wouldn’t be obsessed with this?! They aren’t cheap – they start around $85 – but it is truly a unique gift that will last a lifetime.


Finally, I couldn’t omit Kendra Scott from my gift guide. I tried, but just couldn’t do it. This Kelsie necklace is 40% off at Nordstrom and comes down to $56.98 (originally $95).

Any other gift ideas I’m missing?