Make this Mother's Day extra-special for all the moms in your life by giving these sweet presents. Whether she's a fashionista, makeup addict, wine aficionado or just someone who needs to wind down, this list of great Mother's Day gifts has something for everyone.
For the most stylish and on trend mom you know, this statement-making LB Brand Interlock Protector Lover Mother Pendant Necklace in 24k plated gold oozes cool. Also available in Sterling Silver ($90, thelbbrand.com).
Split this set with your own mom as reminders of how much you two adore each other ($36, anthropologie.com).
For dressy occasions or on weekends when she prefers to travel light, this Danielle Nicole Lennon Bucket Bag is just the right size to fit all her essentials, and even has a hidden pocket in the back where can keep her smartphone ($138, shop.danielle-nicole.com).
One of the biggest problems with gifting flowers on Mother's Day? No matter how beautiful the arrangement, the blooms die in about a week. That won't be the case with Saaya Roses. Although on the pricier side, their boxed floral arrangements, which come in a variety of colors, are made to last 365 days or more with proper care, so you really get the most bang for your buck ($80, saayarose.com).
Not all journals are created equal. We like this one for all the thoughtful details: a textured hardcover that feels durable enough to take a beating, its not-too-big, not-too-small size, its pretty dotted lines and the inspiring motto on its cover that'll give any mom a bit more pep in her step ($10, live-inspired.com).
Not only do we dig the message on this backpack, we can't get enough of its design: top handles that let you use it as a tote, plenty of compartments to help you stay organized, including a place for your laptop, and its machine-washable material. As a gift to a new mom, spend $4 extra for the version with a changing pad and stroller strap (starting at $78, 7amenfant.com).
We all know a Type A mom who always runs out of sticky notes because she writes EVERYTHING down. Make her fave office supply even more special by having her name printed on all four sides ($30, thestationerystudio.com).
Send Cutarts a profile photo of her kid or herself, and Master Scissor Artist Karl Johnson will create a hand-cut custom silhouette so lovely, she'll want to hang it on her wall immediately (starting at $30, cutarts.com).
Whether she's lounging around or getting ready to go out, she'll always look glam and feel comfy whenever she slips into this silky robe ($55, yandy.com).
This fun set of vegan and handmade soaps pays tribute to the seven chakras, from crown to root, and each bar has a corresponding stone embedded inside. Even if Mom doesn't know much about chakras, she'll still enjoy gently sudsing up with these soaps since each one features a delightful scent, like lavender, grapefruit or lemongrass ($45, crystalbarsoap.com).
We all know a naturally creative mom out there who absolutely SLAYS at arts and crafts, and whose child always has the coolest-looking birthday party invitations. For her, gift this set, which allows her to practice one of our favorite art trends of the moment: calligraphy. With three fountain nibs AKA writing points, each in a different thickness, and 15 ink refills, she'll be able to experiment with a variety of lettering to up her stationery game ($39, pilotpen.us).
For the mom who can't live without her java, this coffee maker is sure to impress. Using an app, she can get the coffee maker to brew coffee from wherever she is, customize her drink according to strength, coarseness and number of cups, or schedule it to be ready for her when she wakes up or when she's close to home. Truly smart indeed ($250, bestbuy.com).
And for the mom who loves her coffee, but isn't so into tech: this lets her brew coffee three different ways, by including accessories to make cold brew, French press and pour-over coffee. When she's done making her cup of joe her way, pack up is easy too, since all the pieces nest ($80, chefn.com).
For some moms, life gets so busy, there's hardly time for skincare. This skin-nourishing set, which includes a full-size eye gel and two facial oils, will instantly make her face feel soft. As its name suggests, all the products include squalane, an ingredient that moisturizes the skin, but is also naturally produced by our skin. Even better, each item multitasks: the Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel can help with puffiness, dark circles and crepiness, the 100% Squalane Oil can be used on the body and hair too, and the Squalane + Vitamin C Rose Oil brightens and reduces the appearance of fine lines ($82, now $54, biossance.com).
Since she's always out and about, she'll feel so much more free with wireless earbuds. She simply has to charge these—one charge gives her 3.5 hour of playtime put them in her ears, and then connect them to her phone via Bluetooth so she can enjoy playing her favorite songs. In the summer when she's running errands or going to work, she'll be particularly glad about the sweat-proof construction, designed to make sure her ear buds last longer. When it's time to put them away, she can store them in a charging case that can increase playtime to 24 hours ($100, amazon.com).
These earrings are bound to be the centerpiece of so many of her spring and summer outfits ($75, kendrascott.com).
With indulgent scents like Prosecco Rose, Bourbon Vanille and Aurantia & Blackberry, she'll make lighting these candles a must before turning in each night ($75, bloomingdales.com).
This organizer set gives her most precious jewelry and makeup a luxurious home ($55, amazon.com).
Since she has so many trips planned for this year, she can use this charger roll up to make sure her tech chargers stay organized as she travels ($49, markandgraham.com).
Sephora fans will flip for this fun lip palette, which allows a beauty junkie to create her own custom lipsticks—from variations of classics like red, pink and plum to more daring shades like purple, green and pastel blue ($48, sephora.com).
Now here’s a must-have for wine-lovers: this red wine aerator, which can enhance the taste like a decanter but works sooo much faster. When you pour red wine through, it increases pressure to help open the flavor ($40, crateandbarrel.com).
She can treat her skin on her own time with this cool tool, which works with her cleanser to give her face a deep clean via a vibrating brush ($50, cvs.com).
Capturing clearer photos with a cell phone is easier than ever with this camera lens kit, which features a wide angle and macro lens—no cell phone upgrade needed ($30, amazon.com).
For the mom who's always on her feet, these kicks let her go about her busy day comfortably and in style ($95, allbirds.com).
This red-berries-and-cream-scented oil uses Blue Agave Leaf to soften and smooth skin, leaving it glistening. And since it's part of the brand's new organic line, it's free of GMOs, synthetic herbicides and pesticides, parabens and sulfates ($27, farmhousefresh.com).
For some real rosé on a budget, this floral version, with raspberry, strawberry and red licorice aromas is balanced and fruity ($14).
The Margaret Atwood classic is now a hit Hulu show. But if she never had a chance to read the book, or just wants to revisit it during her commute, she can enjoy listening to it narrated by Claire Danes ($30, audible.com).
Let's be honest; the real reason so few of us are churning out our own ice cream is because traditional ice cream makers can take up a lot of counter space—and we're impatient about the prep and waiting process. This ice cream maker, however, is a simpler version that works faster, to the delight of foodie moms everywhere. She just has to freeze the Sweet Spot, then pour her ice cream mixture over it and watch as the mixture solidifies in minutes. This device is even great for making those trendy Thai-style ice cream rolls ($50, bedbathandbeyond.com).
Moms and daughters share a special bond. Honor that with an extra-special gift, like these coded necklaces they can both appreciate (in secret) ($70, etsy.com).
Just like her, you love a good deal. In this case, for under $50, you're getting two bags—a cognac one and a black one—for the price of one ($48, nordstrom.com).
Planning to go the cash or gift card route? (We're not judging.) Slip either inside this 3D greeting card. Yes, it's pricier than your average Mother's Day card, but with its intricate detailing, we think it blows the competition out of the water ($13, lovepop.com).
A box of truffles is always a welcome gift, but for moms who are always out and about, chocolate bars are much easier to indulge in and are just as tasty. This Compartes Premium Eight-Bar Gift Set features out-of-the-box, exciting, and most importantly, delicious flavors, such as Donuts & Coffee, Hazelnut Toast, Trail Mix, Cereal, Whisky and S'Mores, which she can enjoy no matter where she goes ($90, compartes.com).
Coming up with a present that's sentimental for you and your mom doesn't have to be complicated—or expensive. Just choose your favorite photos of her and her favorite people, head on over to CVS and get them printed in a double-sided photo book you can pick up on the same day (starting at $20 for 20 pages, CVS Pharmacy).
For the mom who really needs to chill, this splurge-worthy tech gadget will inspire her to find her mental quiet place, so she can meditate. When she wears it, brain-wave detecting EEG sensors in the device measure how calm or active her mind is and then turn those signals into sounds that will help her reach a calm state, so she can hear peaceful weather sounds instead. The device, which pairs with her iOS and Android gadgets, also keeps track of sessions and calm percentage scores ($250, target.com).