Mother’s Day is such an important day…How can you ever say thank you enough to the woman who gave you the gift of life?
If you want to celebrate the moms in your life, but are having trouble finding that perfect gift, read on!
Whether you want a customizable gift, a timeless classic, or a last-minute gift like sharing the perfect mother’s day playlist, I’ve got you covered.
From new moms to mother-in-laws to grandmas, and every mom in between… I’ve found some of the best Mother’s Day gift ideas for every superwoman on your list.
Keep reading for some great Mother’s Day Gift Ideas.
What mom wouldn’t love a personalized bag from Barrington Gifts?
Fill a Barrington Bag filled with all her favorites!
They have cometic kits, luggage tags, wallets, and more…
I got this monogramed St. Anne tote last month and have loved using it for carrying around all of my #momlife essentials. I love the lightweight material, printed design, as well as the fun monogram that gives it a personal touch.
Fill a tote with some more sweet Mother’s Day Gift ideas like…
A Scripture Print Set from Faith & Pine.
This Scripture Card with Stand Set is a great way to display scriptures in your home or at work! It will look great on your mom’s entry way table, on her built-in’s, on her nightstand, or on her desk at work.
It’s a great way to memorize bible verses, too! I love that you can switch the cards as desired. I have the “Starter Set” which includes the wood card holder & 20 Scripture Cards on the windowsill above my sink so that I can review scripture promises while I’m watching dishes (#momlife).
Additional card sets are available! (Click here to see more!)
I also love the idea of gifting a Promise Pack to the special moms on your list. I love these from Dear Mushka. They’re simple verses to introduce our children to scripture memorization [and bonus, they’re cute enough to hang around the house!
In our family, we love discuss a verse over breakfast and work on storing it in our hearts all day long. It has already been an incredible blessing to our family as we all see God’s words become truth in our everyday circumstances.
What a great way to bless a special mom in your life this Mother’s Day!
Zoe Lev jewelry is designed and crafted in Los Angeles, CA with love.
Each piece is meant to represent a story or a moment of significance with an emphasis on quality, yet still being affordable.
I love the gold engraved signet ring, or any one of the beautiful gold letter necklaces, bracelets, or earrings for a personalized Mother’s Day gift.
Speaking of personalization…
Give mom something monogrammed from The Horse Shoe Crab!
From monogrammed hand towels to robes, and everything in between… the ladies at The Horse Shoe Crab have you covered. I love the monogrammed monogrammed jewelry round as well as the monogrammed tissue box covers (which will be 100% necessary for all the #momtears when you watch this video…)
If your mom loves music, how about creating a special Mother’s Day Playlist…
Songs for Mother’s Day
It’s no wonder why so many artists write songs dedicated to their mothers or about the joys of motherhood.
Moms are a great place to find inspiration to write beautiful music, and they deserve to have many songs written about them and what they do!
So on this upcoming Mother’s Day, why not put together some Mother’s Day songs for your mom?
Here’s my current Mother’s Day Playlist…
- Emily Laudeman – “This Amazing Love”
- Plumb – “In My Arms”
- JJ Heller – “Big Love, Small Moments”
- Jim Brickman – “A Mother’s Love”
- Mark Harris – “Find Your Wings”
- Mark Schultz – “Everything to Me”
- Stacey Noll – “Call Her Blessed”
- A.B. Patten – “Faith of our Mothers”
- Steven Curtis Chapman – “One Heartbeat at a Time”
- Carrie Underwood – “Don’t Forget to Remember Me”
- Billy Gilman – “When You Come Home”
- Nichole Nordeman – “Slow Down”
- Laura Story – “Give You Faith”
- JJ Heller – “I Get to Be the One”
- Francesca Battistelli – “If We’re Honest”
- Caroline Cobb – “The Wonder”
My favorite song about Motherhood.
“The Wonder,” is the most beautiful song about the journey in motherhood and the wonder of God’s grace in it all. It’s written by my friend Caroline Cobb, and I pray it encourages you as you listen.
“The Wonder” chronicles the journey of motherhood: the joy, the struggle, and the way various seasons in motherhood can cause us to savor the good news of Jesus and point our children to it as well.
l y r i c s
Little fingers they run
Through my hair
A tiny head on my shoulder
When you reach for my hand
Just to know I’m there
The things I’ll miss when you’re older
But in the rush of the day
How I turn away
How I forget the wonder
I forget the grace
And the giving of thanks
For the weight of the love that I’m under
Oh the wonder…
When my temper is short
And the day is long
And my words come out in anger
And I tell you I’m sorry
But the moment’s gone
I’m so heavy with my failure
But let me tell you darlin’
Where your mama she is running
To the cross (oh what a wonder!)
All my love, just a shadow
Pointing on to the hallowed
To what’s deeper, wider, longer
Oh, oh, oh the wonder…
When my hair is gray, and my words get slow
And my days are almost over
And I whisper to you, “how I love you so”
I hope you never had to wonder
And you know, my child
You’ve never been only mine
Though I wish I could hold you longer
Though I leave you, He is near
He will wipe away your tears
You’re so loved by God the Father
Oh, oh the wonder…
Praying it resonates and points many moms to Christ, our hope!