4 Unique, Budget-Friendly, and Endearing Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day!

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Blink once - it’s New Year’s! Blink twice - it’s Valentine’s Day! Blink three times - it’s Mother’s Day and you’re scrambling to find something meaningful and unique that encompasses the gratitude and appreciation you have for Mom. You could go the classic route of a cheesy store-bought card and a generic flower bouquet, but we’ve got a few better ideas that are sure to make Mom feel loved.

1. Gift her a garden

If there is one unifying characteristic of Moms, it is that they appreciate a beautiful garden. Wherever Mom calls home, she is sure to appreciate an indoor planter, sprouted with her favorite herbs and veg. Start with a planter, seed starter mix, and a variety of seeds. Check out this blog to learn more about which plants should be planted in May!

2. Create a coffee and tea station

Morning rituals are essential for starting the day right, and Mom deserves the best spread of breakfast beverages. Stock up on her favorite teas, coffee creamers and sugar syrups - don’t forget the kettle, mugs, and coffee maker (we recommend a Chemex for a perfect pour-over to start the day). Get creative with this one!

3. Prepare her favorite dinner

There’s nothing better than showing love through acts of service, especially if it is a homemade dinner! Get everyone together to celebrate Mom and prepare the scene - get your outdoor furniture out, string lights on, and best table cloth. Don’t forget the dessert!

4. Gift a ToDoolie service

Remember all those times Mom picked up your dirty socks, made you breakfast before school, and made your favorite dessert after a hard day? This Mother’s Day, return that love with a ToDoolie Service! Keeping a house tidy, garage organized, and garden blooming can be overwhelming - let a ToDoolie Helper celebrate Mom by completing a few tasks off her to-do list!

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Jamie Chen
Copywriting Intern
Jamie graduated from Wellesley College last year with a BA in Environmental Studies and minored in Chinese Language and Culture. Currently she is working as a program manager at a non-profit in Ventura County, advocating for affordable housing. She is always looking for opportunities to support art, culture, and environmental initiatives, and loves to read and do any arts and crafts in her free time!
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