Spoil your mum with these extra special meaningful Mother's Day gifts
Mother's Day is just around the corner. It's a day to show your mum just how much you appreciate her and everything she's done for you over the years.
So we suggest spoiling your mum with an extra special gift that's both thoughtful and meaningful, with our top five Mother's Day gifts.
Mother's Day floristry course
Image: London Flower School
Sign you and your mum up to one of the London Flower School’s courses where you learn the craft and business of floristry. Choose from a one-day bouquet class to a fortnight’s worth of lessons to master the art of creating floral displays for events. Prices start from £275 each, including tea and coffee.
Afternoon tea for two at The Ritz
Image: The Ritz
Spoil your mum and tuck into the traditional English pastime of afternoon tea at The Ritz, while being entertained by a resident pianist and harpist. The menu includes scrummy sandwiches, freshly baked scones and a selection of tempting cakes. From £57 per person.
A weekend retreat with mum
Image: The Pointer Brill
Escape to the pretty village of Brill in Buckinghamshire for a relaxing night’s stay in a beautiful cottage run by the Pointer pub (pictured) and dine in its award-winning restaurant. Spend the next day indulging in a little retail therapy at
Bicester Village. From £130 per night.
Send your mum a luxury gift box of tasty artisan treats that she can feast on her special day. The delights in this Mother's Day hamper from Hythe, £30.15, includes delicious white chocolate covered raspberries, cranberry biscuits, coconut fudge bar and truffles, complemented with a light and crisp Chilean Sauvignon Blanc. Cheers mum!
Mother and daughter bracelet
This beautiful handmade interlocking, mother and daughter bracelet from NotontheHighStreet, £27, is the perfect gift that'll hold great sentimental value for years to come. The two circles linked together represent the bond between mother and daughter, and even comes with a personalised card attached to the gift box, so you can tell your mum exactly how much you care.