It’s not easy finding the perfect gift for your mum. We’d love to give them a million pounds, a gorgeous investment piece that increases in value year on year – check out this website for advice on investment pieces – and their very own tropical island but I’d say that 99% of us probably don’t have a budget that will stretch that far. Whether it’s Mother’s Day, her birthday or you just want to say thank you for everything she does for you, it’s not easy finding the perfect present.
So, if you’re struggling for a little inspiration, read on for 5 gift ideas that your mum and your bank balance will love.
There’s something really special about gifting a journal. You’re giving the recipient the chance to write down their feelings and express their creativity. Sometimes we spend so much time typing away on laptops or swiping and tapping on our phones that we forget how glorious it can be just to write on paper. Whether it’s a personalised journal, or something super pretty that suits her style, your mum will love somewhere to write down her inner thoughts.
A spa treat
Weekend spa breaks are incredible, but if you’re on a budget don’t worry. You can still treat your mum with a spa experience. Whether you choose to have a few hours together at your local spa, enjoying the facilities or you book a treatment for you both to enjoy, it’s a great way to spend time together and relax and unwind. You could make it a monthly treat!
Who doesn’t love afternoon tea? Afternoon teas have become more and more popular over the last few years and it’s easy to see why. Dainty little sandwiches filled with gorgeous fillings, thick, indulgent cream cakes and gorgeously decorated patisserie treats that almost look too good to eat. You could head to a county house, a local café or even have a go at making one yourself at home! Don’t forget the teapot or even a glass of something bubbly to make it extra special.
From dancing, to creative writing, painting, sewing, singing, acting even languages – your mum would probably love the opportunity to make her world a little bigger and learn a new skill or try a new hobby. It’s a great way to socialise too, and who knows, your mum could be the next Picasso or Darcey Bussell!
If your mum is health conscious and always on the move then there are still plenty of ways you can treat her. From a Personal Trainer session at her local gym, to enrolling her in a new fitness class – you could also go too for moral support! A fitness tracker so she can stay on track of all her fitness goals, or even a lovely new water bottle so she remembers to stay hydrated when she’s working hard at the gym! And every fitness lover enjoys a brand new pair of squat-proof leggings!