Treat Your Mum This Mothers Day – Gift Ideas

I think most people can agree that when it comes to our mums, we often take them for granted and forget to thank them for all the things they do for us. As I have gotten older I’ve come to appreciate my mum more and more and begun to realise that all those things she stopped me doing as I’ve grown up weren’t just to torture me. So when mothers day comes around, like me, I’m sure you’ll want to treat your mum and do something special so here are just a few ideas to help you out!

A Spa Day 

This is probably the most lux of all the ideas and probably a better idea for those of you who are a little older as Spa Experiences and treatments can be slightly more expensive. However they are a lovely way to treat your mum, whilst treating yourself too. You could book a massage, facial or even a manicure for the both of you and it will be the perfect excuse for sitting down, catching up and relaxing on a lazy Sunday.

A Gift Set 

This is probably one of the most obvious ideas, however a nice gift set never goes a miss, especially because a more luxurious bath soak, shower gel or moisturiser is something we are less willing to buy for ourselves, which is why it makes such a lovely gift! I  picked out a few of my personal favourites on the market this year.


I discovered this L’Occitane set in one of Lily Pebbles most recent vlogs and thought it had a lovely range of products in it. All the products are from different ranges L’Occitane offer and include some cult favourites like the Almond Delicious Hands. Ana and Lily are also two of the most genuine and authentic influencers out there so this collaboration would be a great one to support, especially considering the fantastic £25 price point for this set. 

The Body Shop products are a favourite amongst most mums and they offer a range of beautiful sets year round. They also offer a great price range so it’s likely you’ll be able to pick something up regardless of their budget. It’s also always worth having a quick google for vouchers as the Body Shop constantly have offers going on.

Afternoon Tea

Another great idea for a experience rather than a physical gift is afternoon tea. Not only is it something super typically British, it’s a lovely treat and way to spend some time catching up with your mum. You’ll be able to find a lot of places that offer them at a fairly reasonable price, but make sure to book a table rather than just showing up on the day as it’s likely that you won’t be the only one treating your mum to some tea and cake on mothers day!



My final idea for a gift to treat your mum is a piece of jewellery, because I treated my mum to a Pandora bracelet a few years ago, I always have the option of buying her a charm to add to her collection and one of my personal favourites on the Pandora website at the moment is the Tribute To Mum Charm, it’s super simple but elegant and pretty.


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However if your mum doesn’t have a bracelet then you could buy her one or you could opt for buying her a different piece of jewellery. I have always been an advocate of supporting local and independent brands and a little shop in my local city offers the most dainty, delicate pieces that anyone would find hard not to love. It’s called Lisa Angel and one of my personal favourite pieces would have to be the Personalised Sterling Silver Russian Ring Necklace. This one would be ideal if you have multiple siblings as you could get each siblings name printed on a ring for you mum to wear around her neck. Regardless of weather you order online or pop in store whatever you pick out can be beautifully gift wrapped free of charge.


So that’s it for this post! I hope it helped you decide how you’re going to treat your mum this mothers day! let me know how you get on and until next time, byeeee 🙂


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