Happy Wednesday, lovelies! Today I’ll be sharing Mother’s Day gift ideas for moms who live far away. You know… once we grow up, life takes us to different places and for some of them we have to go by ourselves leaving family and friends behind. It can be for college, moving to a different state or abroad.
So if you can’t be physically in the same place as your mom for Mother’s Day, you should definitely check out these gifts ideas! They are special and thoughtful. Nothing better than a gift that reflects how much we love our moms.
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This is perfect for the mom who loves coffee and chocolate. That combination is amazing! So if your mom loves both things, you should definitely consider spoiling her with her favorite flavors!
Sometimes we want to express our feelings, but it can be hard to put into words. What I love about this book with prompts is that it helps you to write about those special moments you spent with her, why you are thankful for her, and pretty much tell her why she’s the best mom in the world.
Fill it out and send it with time!
This is a special gift for your mom if she loves relaxing and self-care. Bath bombs are fun and it’s a special way to tell her to take time for herself and relax. I know my mom would love this gift!
This is another way to tell your mom how much you love her. I know that my mom prefers this kind of gifts because she then can read it whenever she wants. You can also add a bag of her favorite candy, and maybe a box of tissue if you feel that the letters will make her cry.
This bracelet is a perfect gift if you want your mom to have a daily reminder of how much you love her. Sometimes life gets in the way and it makes it hard to talk as much as wanted to. So this is perfect if you have a crazy schedule, and even though you don’t talk as often, she knows you are thinking about her.
Now, have in mind that this family nest is a photography and no nest will be shipped. You customize the names on the eggs and then a photo is sent. This is a perfect gift if none of your siblings live at home anymore!
You have different sizes to choose, so that is great!
I love the idea of a memory jar. In this case, the best you can do is write all those memories you have of your time together with your mom and family. Funny memories, quotes or songs that make you remember your mom, etc. You can write whatever you want!
Now, this is why I love technology. How cool is this long distance lamp? When you turn one on with a simple touch of your hand, its mate emits the same ambient glow, no matter where it is and who is on the other end.
This is another way to say with a special gift how much you love your mom no matter how far you live from each other. This will definitely be her favorite mug!
I thought this box was super cool and personal! This care package includes: a tote bag, a handmade bath bomb, a “Home Is Where Mom Is” Bookmark (perfect if your mom loves to read!), and delicious sprinkled chocolate covered pretzels. Because who doesn’t love chocolate?
Now… I don’t know any woman who doesn’t like flowers. My mom loves to have fresh flowers at home so this subscription would be perfect for her. That way she doesn’t have to take care of it and it’s a great way to make her smile and spoil her not only on Mother’s Day.
This gift is super cute and more on the budget-friendly side. Mother and daughter bracelets are super adorable and it’s a way to have a part of your mom (an vice-versa) with you.
Mother’s Day is all about to make your mom feel extra special. So this box for a spa day is perfect for that! The box includes: a Rose & Pink clay bath salt (scented with Rose Geranium Essential Oil), a pink clay rose goat milk soap, a lavender soy candle, an organic lemon coconut lip balm, and a Beets & Apples handmade dark chocolate.
Are you spending Mother’s Day with your mom this year? Do you already have a gift for her? Let me know in the comments!
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