Posted by: Jamie Kutchman | Founder
So, it’s Saturday, the day before Mother’s Day. It’s too late to order anything online unless you’re hoping for some sort of Amazon.com miracle. Instead of leaving it to chance, here are some beautiful and thoughtful gift ideas for Mom that can still be found in an actual brick & mortar store.
Virginia-Grown Tulips, Whole Foods Market, $10-20
Forgot to place your order with the local florist and now it’s too late. Don’t fret. Whole Foods to the rescue! Flowers from Whole Foods, you ask? Yes, absolutely! They’ve saved me time and time again. Lots of varieties in all price ranges and super fresh. This tulip bouquet has been specifically designed for Mother’s Day and includes filler and greenery, all wrapped and ready to go.
Kate Spade “Cedar Street Maise” Satchel, Nordstrom, $298
Want to spoil Mom this year for all she’s done for you? Can’t go wrong with Kate Spade anything! But this satchel just seems extra special. I’m partial to the white but there are several other classic color options to choose from, some even in two-tone.
Tigris Hanging Garden Pots, Anthropologie, $34-$58
These strike me as beautiful AND functional. Help Mom grow her indoor garden in a bright and colorful way.
Cut-Out Ring Pendant Necklace, JCrew, $78
This pendant is modern, yet classic, and the perfect piece for Mother’s Day. Definitely can’t go wrong with gold and especially a versatile, go-to piece that she can wear every day.
“Mom’s” Copper Mug, Nordstrom, $24.00
Yes, Mom needs to have fun too! Treat her to this copper mug so she can drink her favorite cocktails in style.
Herb Seed Variety, Anthropologie, $18
Sunflower, french marigold, and zinnia seeds in these adorable, artisan seed packets. Almost irresistible.
Palm Beach Towel, Pottery Barn, $29.50
Get Mom ready for her next trip to the beach or even the pool. This high-quality, on-trend beach towel will have her showing up in style.
We also HIGHLY suggest ordering one of our Mother’s Day gifts from the Pre-Designed Shop. Hop over here and take a peek!