Mums are the best aren’t they?! It’sMother’s Day this Sunday and the perfect excuse to spoil your lovely mummy. I thought I’d put together a little list of ideas for gifts for the special lady in your life!
I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t be pleased with receiving a nice candle! Candles are a great gift for Mother’s Day as they’re perfect for creating a nice relaxing atmosphere and lavender is supposed to be very soothing.
Treat your mum to some make up bits from Binky London. Their nail polishes are fantastic quality and super cheap and I’ve recently been very impressed by their lipstick line too (review coming soon). You can also get 10% off your order with the code EMSY10 until the end of the month. Go go go!!
How pretty is this working perfume bottle? This would look so nice on a dressing table filled with your mums favourite perfume. It’s an absolute bargain at only £6! Might get one for myself too!
Slightly cliché but baking books are another fab idea for Mother’s Day. Who doesn’t want to try their hand at making macarons?!
Disney films are so classic and timeless and loved by all ages. I loved watching Disney films with my mum when I was little so why not buy her a copy of your favourite? Tangled is a great option as, although Mother Gothel is the villain she does sing the amazing song “Mother Knows Best!” Disney DVD’s are buy one get one free at the moment too hurrah!
Every girl needs a good purse! I always think it’s worth investing in a high quality one as they go through so much wear and tear. Modalu make amazing quality bags and I thought this purse was so pretty and the neutral grey colour makes it perfect for all tastes and using through all seasons.
Last week I wrote about my stunning new personalised charm locket necklace from Venus With Love. This would make a really special unique present for a special unique mum! You can get 20% discount off everything on their website with the code EMSYPICKLE20.
I love giving experiences as presents as you actually get to share time with your loved one, so how about treating your mum to afternoon tea somewhere? The one at The Ritz is particularly lovely and decadent.
I live in Brixton in London. I eat out far too much, am always planning my next trip and have a borderline unhealthy obsession with Harry Potter.