Mother's Day Gift Guide: Something for Every Mom


A few readers have requested a Mother's Day gift guide,  so I thought I would share my favorite things from previous years and a few new ones from the wish list. This is a compilation of gifts for your mother, for a mother to a mother, to some one in your life who has played the role of mother and for mom's-to-be! Enjoy.

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The World Vision Organization has compiled a New Mother and Baby Kit for $77. The 77 dollar donation will provide one kit of newborn essentials for a new mother and baby in a third world country.

These dried flower arrangements from flores del sol are an elegant spin on the classic way to send Mom flowers that are guaranteed to last all summer long.

This beautiful brag book is covered in cloth with a ribbon closure, a custom collection of photos for setting out on the mantle or stashing in a purse. Pinhole press also has an awesome selection of custom photo books and cards for mother's day.

A simple yet elegant necklace which reads "Love Conquers All" in Latin is one of my favorite choices this year. I am in love with this website, here are some of my other favorite pieces.

For the luxury gift I suggest either these classic ballet flats or these summery wedges from Christian Louboutin.

The Beekeeper's Bible is for the adventurous gardener, a fun compilation of illustrations, recipes, history and instructions for the keeping of bees.

This green hardcover is for the poet, an early 1900s copy of Choice Poems from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow makes a fun vintage gift.

If you're looking for a unique card, consider this bee hive card. The card is customized for the number of bees in your family and family name.

And finally, for the mom-to-be or new mom in your life, this maxi dress is a perfect go-to outfit this spring and summer. The flowy frock is designed by the wonderful people at Boob for breast feeding on the go.


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