Gift guide

Mother’s Day Ideas – Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is always a difficult one to choose a present for. I adore my Mum, her help with everything is immeasurable: from cooking guidance, to child raising advise and relationship help. Buying a present which shows how much I love her would be impossible.

I have been looking around for something meaningful or something which would be appreciated:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • If you are thinking chocolates for Mum, then I always say go with Thorntons: classy and well known for their quality without breaking the bank.
  • If your Mum is a tea lover then how about a selection box from Twinings? I have the favourite teas and the fruit tea variety and absolutely love them all and at £10 a box they are very well priced! If you wanted something a bit more special they do them in beautiful wooden boxes or you can get hampers, but those are of course more expensive.
  • You may remember I did a video on ways to wear a pashmina? The pashmina I used was kindly supplied by Accessory Insanity, it was an amazing quality Pashmina and they have a huge selection of colours from which you could pick the perfect colour way for Mum. They also have some stunningly beautiful bags/purses or jewellery which would make any Mum so happy.

  • While we are talking jewellery, if you want something top quality and beyond beautiful for Mum check out up-coming jewellery designer Georgina Zupnik. Her designs are a bit different but I love them all.

I hope this has given you some ideas for what Mum might like. I am a Mummy myself and would love to receive any of these.

*Note: post contains affiliate links and mentions of items received for review purposes.

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