Mother’s Day’s on the way, and you’re racking your brain for new and exciting gift ideas to express how infinitely special Mom is. Well, we’re here to help. Like, that’s our actual job. We’ve put together a select list of gifts that we didn’t have last Mother’s Day. Whether she’s into entertaining, birdwatching, or getting her feminism on, you can say, “Thanks for raising me!” with something she’ll love—we guarantee it.
1. Long Distance Friendship Lamp – Mid-Century
2. Luscious Lip Balm Storage Necklace Set
3. Orbits Eye Stones
4. Blooming Tea
Your mama taught you that you can do anything. “Just set your mind to it,” she said. Who knew she was setting you up to someday find her the perfect Mother’s Day gift? Sure, it’s not easy picking out something for the lady who already has everything (or claims she doesn’t want anything), but you CAN do it. Our list of gifts for the impossible-to-shop-for mom can help.
Dating five months vs. married five years. A bond built on world travel vs. raising kids together. A love you’ve just discovered vs. one with lots of history. The jewelry here toasts your one-of-a-kind connection. Made with love, each piece celebrates its special sparkle.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve got all sorts of Valentines on the brain. Mom, Grandpa, your partner, your sister… the list goes on—and you love ’em all in different ways. That’s where this handy gift guide comes in. Whether it’s with chocolate, jewelry, or a toast to their dog, it’ll help you find just the thing to say “love ya,” even in the platonic sense.
Valentine’s Day is famous for hearts, flowers, and chubby little winged babies. That’s adorable and all, but we realize that some guys would rather get a useful gift than a cute one. So, we rounded up this collection of Valentine’s Day gifts to make shopping for your fella easier than deciphering a conversation heart. (URQT? LUV4EVR? Gr8GFTS4Him.)
What can you get your Valentine for $50 or under? Yeah, you could probably pick up a box of kinda nice sweets and a pretty OK bouquet, but why not do one (or a bunch) better? These gifts aren’t exactly traditional, but they’re definitely delightful. And they’re all $50… or less.