Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 5 Unique Gift Ideas for Mom

It’s within reason to say that most people settle for sending Mom flowers and cards, or even just a card for Mother’s Day. And if I’m honest with myself, some years I just send her a text message. It’s a little embarrassing, but hey, I’m a creature of habit and convenience. Most years I will muster the moxie to actually call my mom on Mother’s Day and her birthday even if I don’t get her a gift. (*Self-assured pat on the back*)

But if you’re a little more adventurous than the average person or you just know that Mom deserves something great and thoughtful and impressive every year, you’ll be looking for some really impressive and unique Mother’s Day gifts.

So here’s a Mother’s Day gift guide to take your gift giving game to the next level.

Engraved Slate Garden Thermometer

Engraved Garden Slate Thermometer

Here is a perfect example of a gift that she’ll be able to use and display, thinking of you each time she steps onto her patio or garden. Its ornate tree branch design brings an elegant touch of modernity to a timeless household feature. It’s also has a high quality vintage feel with its authentic red liquid temperature reader that moves up the scale.

Artisan Teapot Bird Feeder

Artisan Teapot Bird Feeder

Another great addition to the backyard veranda is this one-of-a-kind ceramic painted teapot. Add birdseed to the base of the pot and watch as birds flock from all over to partake in their own tea party. Its intricate design of pink and yellow roses hearkens the vintage Franciscan Desert Rose theme and will hang freely from any branch or bough. The feeder is also available with blue, purple, or lavender roses.

Stress Relief Spa Retreat for Mom

Stress Relief Spa Retreat for Mom

Expect to see the tension melt from her face as soon as she opens this one. For many hyper-scheduled people in today’s world, just the simple thought of getting time alone to unwind, relax and rejuvenate its itself relaxing. This basket lets those thoughts become reality with six Smith & Vandiver aromatherapy spa tablets (featuring anxiety-reducing essential oils of Neroli and Chamomile), paraben-free Argan Sea Salt lotion, a water-resistant terry cloth bath pillow that affixes to the side of the tub and a large 3″ x 6″ ocean-colored pillar candle. The gift also includes a unique 6″ x 8″ journal with 164 artisan-inspired pages.

Mother’s Day Tea & Gourmet Basket

Mother's Day Tea & Gourmet Basket

As always, we offer the gourmet gift basket experience our customers have come to expect, with new additions and fresh designs for Mother’s Day 2014. This one features an embroidered “Mom” waffle-knit tea towel with red poppies, and a matching 16 oz pastel pink ceramic bistro mug with “Mom” as well. Its sturdy keepsake fabric-lined tote holds the mug and towel set with Republic of Tea Green Tea, Godiva Chocolate, Cary’s Milk Chocolate Almond Toffee, Savannah Bee Honey Straws and more.

Fine Wine and Chocolates for Mom
Fine Wine & Chocolates for Mom

A premium collection of name-brand chocolates and Belle Ambiance red wine come together for the perfect way to sit and relax for once while everyone else keeps the world running. Perhaps the most impressive gift of our Mother’s Day gift collection, we feature an acclaimed red blend with notes of dark fruits, spice, vanilla, and cocoa alongside Godiva Milk Chocolate Pearls, Ghirardelli Dark & Caramel Squares, Cary’s Milk Chocolate Almond Toffee, Seattle Chocolate Truffles, and more. The wine comes in an ornate silken sateen wine sachet embroidered to say “Mom” for a gift that truly goes the extra mile.

And there you have a complete guide to all the best Mother’s Day gift ideas. See our Mother’s Day gifts page for even more exciting gift ideas. What’s the most unique Mother’s Day gift you’ve ever sent?

Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 5 Unique Gift Ideas for Mom

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