Mother’s Day Gift Guide

April 30, 2020
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What do you give to the woman that gave you everything for Mother’s Day? Or what about to the new mom that’s figuring things out and falling in love all over again, ready to celebrate her first Mother’s Day? I always find gift giving to be a challenge. Not because there aren’t a million cool ideas out there but because I want the gifts I give to be filled with thought and love and something the receiver will actually want or need. I can spend weeks thinking about what to get someone that’s within my budget and within their needs until it dawns on me, the perfect gift.

I’ve been pulling together ideas of the perfect gifts that are easy to send (since we aren’t doing a lot of in-person interaction these days) to your mother or the new mother in your life. Whether you choose one of these gifts or they spark a new idea for you, I hope you find the gift that feels perfect for the women in your life.

Gifts for Your Mom

Mother's Day Gift ideas - Art prints

New Art$9.99+

You know what my mom asked for this year? A new mailbox. Not because she couldn’t go to the hardware store and buy one, but because since I was 8 I’ve been painting her mailbox for her and it’s time for a new one. Bring new life to your mother’s home or office with some fresh art. Society6 is a great place to start and I’ve even got a special collection made just for mother’s day! Explore My Collection.

Mother's Day Gifts ideas - August Uncommon Tea canister
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August Uncommon Tea – $29.00

I got this for my birthday from my loving husband and I have fallen in love with this brand. August Uncommon tea is one of the best I’ve found and I drink a lot of tea! Get the sample pack which includes 10 flavors that fill 4 cups each. It’s a full months supply of tea (Of for me, 3-months) and your mom gets a new treat every day. Learn More.

Mother's Day Gift ideas - Glennon Dyole's Untamed New York Time Best Selling book
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Untamed by Glennon Doyle – $22.99

New York Times Bestselling author Glennon Doyle just released her latest book, Untamed. Learn about the art of accepting yourself for who you are, letting go of others limiting beliefs and start to trust your own voice again. A book perfect for any woman of any age, and an elegant cover to have on your bookshelves for years to come. Learn More

Gifts for a New Mom

Mother's Day Gift idea for New Moms- Magnolia Journal subscription. 4 magazines for 1 year.Magnolia Journal Subscription – $20

It took me over a week to come up with the perfect gift for my sister-in-law and then it hit me, my favorite magazine. I love sitting in the bath reading this book or cooking the recipes that come with it. This magazine gives new ideas and helps me be the Southern host I’ve always wanted to be. Subscribe here.

Mother's Day Gift Ideas For New Mom's- Introverts Retreat Box with book and goodies included
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Introverts Retreat – $19.99-$115.00

A subscription box that provides one book and a gift, snack, or relaxation kit depending on the level you subscribe. The perfect way to tell the new mom in your life to take some time for herself. Learn More Here

Mother's Day Gifts for New Moms - Promptly Childhood Journal
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A Childhood Journal from Promptly – $19.99-$28.00

Help the new mom in your life remember all the best moments with her new family. Promptly Journals has some of the best journals for every occasion. Blank, love stories, gratitude, autobiographies, and a children’s journal to record the best moments of your life. I got my sister one last year right after she adopted and she loves filing it out so she’ll have something to give her daughter down the road. Learn More.

Mother's Day Gift ideas for new Mom's - Artifact Uprising prints or album
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Photos From Artifact Uprising – $9-$149

If you can get hands-on some of their favorite family photos, consider creating an album for the new mother in your life or getting some photos printed for them to hang in their home. It’s amazing how much photos mean to us and how we so often forget to fill our own homes with them. If you can’t get photos for them, consider getting them a gift card for them to choose their favorites and get high-quality prints from one of the best printers around. Explore Prints.