2024 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Sharing some gift ideas for all of the ladies in your life! Moms, grandmas, nanas, friends, mom figures, new moms, whoever you want to shower with something special this Mother’s Day. I also wanted to recognize here that I know Mother’s Day can be hard and sad for various reasons; please know I’m holding you in my heart. 

Hi friends! How was the weekend? I hope you had a wonderful one. Liv had a dance competition, so we enjoyed a trip to Phoenix with swimming and dinners out in between all of the dancing. The Pilot stayed here with P to take her to practice and basketball game. We’re officially at the “divide and conquer” stage of parenting.

For today’s post, I wanted to share some Mother’s Day gift ideas. I’m not requesting a lot gift-wise this year – my ideal gift looks like tickets for a show or a vacation! – but am absolutely looking forward to celebrating all of the women in our family we love so much.

I thought I’d share some ideas if you’re shopping, and I’d love to hear your gift guide picks, too!

Flowers and plants:

Venus et fluer flowers. I get ad-targeted for these on Facebook ALL THE TIME and they’re SO GORGEOUS. The roses last an entire year!

Heart shaped succulent planter. Love succulents, and since they’re so hardy, it doesn’t matter so much if you have a black thumb.

These pop-up cards are so pretty and unique!

This customizable concrete planter with a little air plant. I got these for my mom and nana last year and love the way they turned out. The quality is incredible, too!


Personalized + jewelry:

Handwriting bracelet. This one is designed based on your own handwriting.

Hand painted earrings.

These Maya Brenner necklaces are SO gorgeous. (Ok, I do want this.)

Stackable name rings. I have some initial rings for Liv and P, and they’re my favorite jewelry. It’s such a dainty and sweet gift idea.

Baby bird necklace.

Initial pendant necklace. 

“Mama” script ring.

This gorgeous mothers and daughters print.

A stretch bracelet with a boost of motivation.

Clothes + beauty:

The best “everything” dress. Dress it up or down; it’s perfection.

Classic Tory Burch tote. The color is a surprising neutral. This is another great tote that can double as a diaper bag or beach bag.

These pajamas or these pajamas. My two faves ever.

Mama bracelet.

Fruit babies bestsellers.

Low-top classic white sneakers. 

Classic Birks.

These pearl hoops. I have a similar pair and they give a little big of a statement while remaining classic.

A gorgeous CZ tennis bracelet.

ANYTHING from Vuori! I’m obsessed with their performance joggers and jumpsuits. They have a full Mother’s Day gift guide here if you need more ideas!

A comfy and luxe robe. I have a very similar one and it’s a lighter fabric for spring/summer.

Pure silk pillowcase.

Miller sandals with a little extra support. Love it!

The best sleep mask. This is a staple in my life (I even travel with it), and I sleep better and more soundly when I use it.

A Drybar blow-dryer brush.

Ergonomic eye mask.

Home + entertaining:

A round marble cheese board.

The CUTEST Le Creuset dish.

A gorgeous floral pitcher.

The best humidifier for dry summer months. (use code FITNESSISTA)

A gift box from my fave spot for local goodies: Creative Kind! They make the most beautiful custom boxes.

The softest and coziest blanket. 

These cozy Mama Bear slippers.

A self-heating mug. 

Under $30:

A peony candle!

A cheeky dishtowel. “I like big bundts” is my #1.

Motherhood is a walk in the park. Jurassic Park.

A customized dog oven mitt.

For the fitness-loving mamas:

A new yoga mat (<— I’ve had this one for 10+ years and it still looks and works great) or mat towel.

The best leggings or workout shorts.

Everyday sneakers in a fun new color.

This Fitbit! I can’t even handle the link bracelet band. This is so sleek and pretty!

Class pack to her favorite fitness studio.

The famous sauna blanket (or get it for yourself!). Check it out here and use the code FITNESSISTA15 for 15% off. I use mine 3-4 times each week and it improves my skin texture, helps me get deep sleep, and feels amazing. I also love the PEMF Go Mat and Red light face mask! (Use code FITNESSISTA)

Experience gifts:

A spa day, massage, facial, or pedicure.

Plan a movie and dinner night with just the two of you.

Offer to wrangle her kiddos for a few hours while she does whatever she’d like. She can use the time to workout, meet up with a friend, walk around Target alone, or stare at the wall in silence. 😉

Sakara meals. These are such a gift, especially if she’s postpartum. Give her the gift of healthy, vibrant food she didn’t have to make. You can use GINAHSAKARA for 20% off.

Host a wine-tasting picnic. Invite her on an afternoon picnic with an awesome cheese board + some of your favorite wines.

And at the end of the day, a nice card really makes all the difference in the world. A little “I see you, and you’re crushing it” can go such a long way. <3

So, tell me friends: any gift ideas on your personal list or that you’ve found this year? Please shout it out in the comments! Fellow mama friends, what do you want for Mother’s Day this year? If a get a homemade card from the girls and a nap, I’ll be stoked.



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  1. Kelly on April 26, 2021 at 12:40 pm

    Ah, what perfect timing! Thanks for the ideas! I think I’m going to order the customizable concrete planter and keep my fingers crossed it will arrive in time. What a great idea!

  2. Jen on April 27, 2021 at 6:49 pm

    I’m loving searching Etsy for Mother’s Day gift ideas. Haha, I’m a little biased as my husband started a side business doing woodworking this year. After 14 years of marriage I was so surprised to see a new really creative side to my hubby as he’s been making hand turned bowls, rolling pins, cheese boards etc. I also have a friend who makes the coolest handmade jewelry from upcycled materials. Anyway, Etsy can be a great way to support small businesses and get unique gifts. I LOVE the plant ideas on your gift guide – especially the succulents for green thumb challenged people like me

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