First, you should know that the most popular Mother's Day gifts are flowers, jewelry, candy and books. But there are a lot of other options too. Hudson-Belk personal shoppers recommend things that Mom might not buy for herself, like perfume, a skin care gift basket, or a music box.
The mom who has everything might like something collectible. Our personal shoppers recommend figurines, hand blown glass, or crystal. The most important point is to pay attention to the things your Mom likes and then look for collectibles that reflect her interests.
You can spoil your Mom with a wonderful spa treatment. For an added bonus, go with her so you can spend the day together!
The original purpose of this special day was to make new resolutions of thoughtfulness toward Mothers. That was back in 1908, when Anna Jarvis started Mother's Day in Grafton, West Virginia in honor of her deceased mother. The idea eventually spread and became nationally recognized in 1914 thanks to President Woodrow Wilson.
While gifts are something sure to put a smile on your Mom's face, how about telling her how much you love her? That's a sure way to put a smile in her heart.