Some Gift Ideas That Your Mum Will Love For Mother’s Day

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With Mother’s Day being next Sunday, there’s still loads of time to get your Mum a present, and even better, today, I am sharing some gift ideas to buy the most important lady in your life.

Me and my sister have some fail safe presents when it comes to our Mum. I’m sure you do too. Today, I thought I’d share these as I think that most Mum’s would love to receive these presents, I mean I’m not a Mum yet (well I am a dog mum) and I would 100% love to receive all of these presents and they always go down well with our Mum (well at least to our faces!)

So let’s get started shall we?

Pyjamas: Nightwear is always a good present. Who doesn’t love a new fresh set of pjs? If you raised your hand, then we can’t be pals. I’m sorry. Anyways, I usually buy Mum a new pair of pyjamas, on occasions like Mother’s Day or Christmas. Shops such as Primark have some really nice pyjamas for less than £10 – if you’re on a bit of a budget. Trust me, they’d give Victoria’s Secret a run for their money! You could also throw in a face mask, a dvd, a bottle of wine and make a pamper box which is a lovely present also! My dream gift right there!

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Beauty Products: Dazzle your Mum with diamonds and roses this Mother’s Day, with one of the dreamiest beauty gift sets around. Trust me, you’re going to want to get one of these for yourself too! I spoke about a Ted Baker gift set at Christmas, which was gorgeous, and today I want to tell you about this Ted Baker Mother’s Day gift which is the perfect present for Mother’s day. The Blush Bouquet gift set, which consists of a blush pink cosmetics bag and four bath time treats, is a really gorgeous present that is worthy of all the heart eye emojis. I literally don’t think I’ve seen a bath set so pretty before!

Ted Baker, Pink Flatlay, Flatlay, flatlay inspiration, Ted baker blush bouquet set, mothers day, gift guide, dizzybrunette3Anyways, as you can see, the products within the gift set are packaged in Ted Baker’s usual dreamy pink and rose gold colours- I’m obsessed with the rose print on the Body Wash and Hand Cream! Also how nice would these look on a dressing table? The cosmetics bag which holds the bath time treats, is really pretty and has a lovely rose with embellished gem design. The bag’s design was inspired by The Queen’s sparkling crown jewels (very apt with the Royal Wedding coming up!) It would make a gorgeous yet practical toiletry bag (it holds so many products!)

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The products are all so lovely too, and make your skin feel so moisturised and soft after using them. The products are ; a Body Wash, Body Lotion, Hand Cream and Lip Balm –  which are all perfect for a pamper night in- which my Mum loves to do with me and my sister. I personally, love the lip balm, and the body lotion (which makes your skin feel so soft and can we talk about the bottle? Gorgeous!) All of the products are all scented with a light floral and fruity fragrance called Blush Pink which has notes of grapefruit, neroli and sandalwood. It’s a really fresh yet delicate scent, that I think most people would like and it also lasts on you all day which I absolutely love.

Though I have to say one thing, I can pretty much guarantee that because products are all so pretty, your Mum will definitely not want to ever throw these away. In fact, I think I’d definitely have to get myself a set as I’s struggle to give this away! And you’ll probably become the favourite child if you give your Mum this for Mother’s Day haha!

The gift set is available exclusively at Boots and priced at only £18.00. I think that the Blush Bouquet set is a perfect present, and a lovely way to treat the special person in your life this Mother’s Day.

Candle : Who doesn’t love a candle? Well my fiancé Henry does not get the candle hype whatsoever, but personally I love them and well I know that my Mum does too. She loves fresh scents such as clean linen, and seaside based scents- so this Mother’s Day, I’ll be getting her a candle in either one of these fragrances.

Flowers : You can’t beat a bouquet of flowers can you? Buying a bouquet of your Mum’s favourite flowers is always a lovely thoughtful present, and after all, who doesn’t love having fresh flowers in the house?

Books/DVDs : My Mum loves reading, but never really buys books for herself, or has much time to read. So sometimes for presents, I’ll get her a new book to read, or get her something that I think she’ll like. At Christmas, I got her some cookbooks, and always try to get her a chick lit now and then. A book is a lovely present, but if your Mum isn’t in to reading, why not get a DVD instead of a film/boxset you think she’ll like?

Spa day Vouchers: One way to treat your Mum is with a spa day voucher for her to either use after or on Mother’s Day. I’ve had some lovely spa day’s with my Mum, and it’s one of my fave ways for us to spend time together. Treat her to a lovely treatment (or two!) and I’m sure she will love it. Last summer, me and my Mum stayed overnight at Moddershall Oaks and had a lovely spa break. I would book that again for my mum in a heartbeat as she loved it so much! I would 100% recommend something like this, if you’re really looking to really treat your Mum this Mother’s Day!

Other lovely presents could include; chocolate, jewellery, photos, homeware or even just taking her out for dinner/afternoon tea.

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I hope that this Mother’s Day gift guide has provided some present inspiration for you, let me know what you’ll be buying your Mum this year and hands up who else will be getting one of the Ted Baker gift sets for themselves too?

This post was sponsored by Ted Baker but all opinions are my own.

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