Mother's Day Gift Guide

Hey, pretty people! Mother's Day is quickly approaching us so I'm going to be sharing some gift ideas for any of the lovely ladies in your life be it your mother, wife, sister, daughter and so on and so forth. As always, each picture will bring you directly to the item pictured if you want to save the link or purchase the items. If the bank isn't looking too pretty right now, I'll be sharing a post with some adorable home-made gift ideas later this week. 

How stinkin adorable are these tea cups and plates?! I got the blush ones myself and I absolutely LOVE them. The liquid fills into a heart shape and the plates are heart shape as well. The actual cups themselves are round but the inside is shaped like a heart. They are from Modcloth and are totally affordable. The packaging is stunning. I'd say this is probably in my top five for best Mother's Day Gift. The sets are $59.99 but the ivory ones are on sale right now for $39.99! You can also get an additional 15% off when you sign up for their newsletter. Savings for days, y'all!

This jewelry binder is so practical and a classic staple for any woman. Don't you hate it when you throw all your jewelry in one bag or box and they all get tangled in one another? This case is beautiful and keeps your jewelry organized. It comes in white, gray, porcelain blue and blush. When you sign up for Pottery Barn's newsletter, you'll receive 15% off your first order!  

If the lady in your life is due for an upgrade, you can never go wrong with an iPhone as a gift. The iPhone X has its perks but I personally prefer the iPhone 8 Plus. I have the 8 Plus in space gray and I haven't had any issues thus far. My partner has complained about the facial recognition on his iPhone X on numerous occasions. The iPhone 8 & iPhone 8 Plus still use your fingerprint to unlock them. The camera is great! Any of these models are sure to wow their recipient. This is such a perfect gift for your mom if you have kids because they can FaceTime their grandchildren. 

Flowers are easy to send and are beautiful but they die so quickly! These real roses from Venus ET Fleur are gorgeous and last for a YEAR. Yes, you read that year. 16 roses cost $299.99 but if you think about it, that's totally reasonable considering the fact that they will last 365 days! These are a no brainer. I want some! They sell them in a vast variety of colors but my favorites are these blush ones and the rose gold ones. They also offer them in a clear acrylic box which is my favorite as far as presentation goes. 

If you're looking to splurge and spoil your special lady this Mother's Day, you can never go wrong with this classic closet staple. This is the Louis Vuitton Neverfull GM tote. It's pictured with the monogram exterior which I prefer. It's also pictured with the beige interior. I, myself, prefer the pivoine (pink) interior but who can be picky when it comes to this beauty?! Haha. 

Y'all know how much I love my Apple Watch but I feel like I've shared it in almost every single gift guide. I decided to shake things up tonight! This newly released smartwatch from Kate Spade is elegant and compatible with both Android and iPhones. It's more affordable than the Apple Watch as well. 

I'm kind of obsessed with this Tiffany & Co. Poloma's Graffiti love ring in 18k rose gold. Sizing starts in a size 4 which is what I get. I believe I'm a 3.5 or 4 in rings (I have baby hands! haha). It goes up to a size 8. This ring is gorgeous! They also have it available in yellow gold and white gold. 

Well, my darlings, that concludes my gift guide. Like I said, I'll be sharing a home-made gift guide later on this week. These are some gifts that I would personally purchase or would love to receive myself and I always try to "keep it real" with y'all. If you're a mother and you're reading this....Happy Mother's Day, beautiful! You deserve this day! Moms have the toughest job imaginable and they are hard at work 24/7, 365 days of the year. If you're looking for ideas for a mother in your life, cherish her. Make sure you don't take them for granted whether they be your own mother or the mother of your child(ren).