While Mother’s Day is one of the best holidays for women all over the United States, whether they are mothers or have a mother role, we do tend to get gifts that our family would love to get us, rather than those that we really want or need. Also, there are so many other moms and phenomenal women we could support this holiday, so why not do so? If you’ve ever thought about what to buy yourself for Mother’s Day, this post might spark some ideas. These are some of my favorite picks for this Mother’s Day. They are handmade items by passionate businesswomen. So, go ahead and treat yourself while supporting them. You won’t regret it.
A Holey Moley Lyfe
This Etsy shop has some of the most beautiful and unique earrings I’ve seen in a long time. The jade earrings pictured above are my current favorite, and yes, I did purchase them for myself. Take a peek and see which pair you’d love to rock this summer.
Pretty Jewelry Things
If you are a fan of intricate jewelry, check out Pretty Jewelry Things. This online shop is full of statement pieces that I just swoon over. If you’re in the NYC Tri-state area, you just may get these pieces before Mother’s Day!
Come Clean Toiletries
Come Clean Luxury Handmade Soaps uses no chemical preservatives, essential oils and the best ingredients possible. I recently received the almond cake soap from the owner, and it took me right back to the spa. I also love that the price of the products aren’t unreasonable, so you can stock up on the scents that speak to you, without worrying about going over budget. I call that a win-win.
Houseful of Stitches
One of the best luxuries we can ever give ourselves as moms is a piece of fashion that was tailor-made for us. Natasha at Houseful of Nicholes is talented in so many aspects, but her beautiful creations at Houseful of Stitches always have me swooning. I love that she shares the process she goes through to make these right on her Instagram feed, so we see how the artist works, bit by bit. This Medium Messenger Bag has been speaking to me for months, and now it’s begging to be my new diaper bag.