My mum’s birthday is within a week of Mother’s Day, making March a rather expensive month for me. Thankfully my birthday is also in March (March rules) so it sort of balances out, which is nice. I thought, rather than write up lots of gift guides about various suggestions of what you can treat your mum to this Mother’s Day, I’d instead put together a nice, long post that (hopefully) covers every budget and gives you a bit of inspiration. I’ve included a bit of everything for those of us who have mothers that aren’t that keen on all things beauty, and this is a long ol’ post so I’ve kept the images dinky to make scrolling easier.
Gifts for less than £5
That’s right, these are chocolates in the shape of lipsticks for the bargain price of £2.10.
Radox’s Spa Soothing Bath Soak comes in at £2.20 for some cheap and cheery me time for mother.
The Gift of Soap
Soap is hardly something to get excited about, but when presented in pretty packaging with wonderful ingredients, it makes for a surprisingly charming and cheap gift at £3.50.
Gifts for less than £10
Spoilt for Showering Choice
My mum loves trying new shower gels, so this kit containing six different variants for £6 would go down a treat.
Fresh Cut Flowers That Last
Here’s a Mother’s Day offering from Yankee; the scent of fresh cut roses in candle form for £9.99.
Here’s a gorgeous jewellery set that doesn’t break the bank at £9.90.
Gifts for less than £20
This is a great little introductory kit to Ren’s body range, priced at £15.
Wake Up Make-Up
This gorgeous Pixi kit, named Fake Awake, is pretty, functional and only costs £19.
If your mum’s a flower fan, Interflora are doing a beautifully presented single white rose which includes a vase for £19.99.
Gifts for less than £50
If you’re on a budget, deal sites are a great place to snap up a cut-priced gift. Here’s a fruit tree selection from KGBDeals for £34.99.
Indulgent and Pretty
A Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick is the ultimate in pretty gifting and as Lilac Rose has just launched, why not treat mum to something limited edition for £32.
Cheap yet Indulgent
A super-cheap deal is being offered from Boots for a pampering outing for mum which includes a spa session plus a massage or a facial for £49.
Gifts for more than £50
Engage all Senses
Lush have launched a selection of spa sessions that focus on complete relaxation in every sense. Their The Comforter experience is £65 for a 60 minute massage/exfoliation.
Practical and Functional
This is what my mum got for her birthday and as she’s an avid book-reader, she couldn’t be happier. Mum got the Kindle Paperwhite is £109.
Here’s what mum is getting for Mother’s Day! A day out at a top London hotel, full use of spa, a treatment and afternoon tea for £199.
Fantastic ideas here and I love the idea of catering to every budget. Lovely picks – let me know what you buy for your mum 🙂 x
Thanks hun! I thought it would make more sense to just cover it all in one post so I didn’t end up with loads of Mother’s Day posts. I’m taking mum for afternoon tea for Mother’s Day! xx
I appreciate your article and blog, thanks ^__^.