If you’re looking for a great gift this Mother’s Day, good news: We’ve already scoured the internet to find thoughtful presents for the moms in your life—whether that’s your own parent, moms in your friend group, or yourself. Whatever your budget, whatever your style, you’ll find something that’s easy to wrap up (or even send via email!) in time for May 14.
Are we biased in saying that a bundle of Being Frenshe makes a great self-care gift for moms of any age? Maybe a little. But it’s also true! If you want to give a busy mother the gift of not having a thing to stress about, wrap up some Milky Bath Bombs, some Milky Hydrating Lotion, and our Multi-Tasking Body & Scalp Scrub. Then (and this part is crucial!) finish tasks on her to-do list so she can get in some much-deserved R&R.
Before the advent of photography, cut silhouettes were a popular way to capture children’s profiles. This old-fashioned art feels new again when done as a delicate pendant. Available in sterling silver or 14k gold, this custom silhouette pendant is a unique gift that’s especially sweet for mothers of young children.
Everyone has a story to tell. Let Mom share hers with the help of Storyworth, a service that sends weekly writing prompts via email. She can share the answers to each question weekly, and at the end of a year, all of them will be bundled into a beautiful hardbound book to treasure.
Emerson Fry Matching Caftans$48-$168
If there’s anything better than lounging in a loose, flowy caftan, it’s doing it with your mini-me. Emerson Fry’s organic cotton caftans are a summer staple made even more adorable in pint-sized matching versions.
Every Mother Counts Pencil Pack$10
If the mom in your life is minimalist, practical, and/or interested in giving back, take note: This set of pencils raises money for Every Mother Counts, an organization working for healthier pregnancies, childbirth, and birthing equity.
Monarch Butterfly Seed Balls$15
A floral bouquet is a pretty gift, but a garden will keep blooming all summer—and this one just so happens to attract monarch butterflies. Tucked inside a burlap pouch, these clay balls contain the milkweed seeds necessary to support this beautiful (and endangered) species while bringing a little of Mother Nature’s magic to your mother.
Strange Bird x Yesha Panchal Incense Holder$21
Crafted in Georgia by ceramicist Yesha Panchal, this incense holder has a minimalist silhouette and an earthy aesthetic. It’s a beautiful (and affordable) handmade present for the mom who has everything—just add a pack of your favorite incense and your gift-giving is done.