Items that are easy to send and remind your mom of you for those separated during the quarantine.
Flowers that Last Forever
I had always heard about these flowers that lasted for years, but I was a little skeptical a few years ago. I purchased a single red rose encased in an acrylic box for my grandmother, and it has help up miraculously for the past few years. She has it on a tray in her entry hall, and it’s mesmerizing to stare at the flower. You can even open the box to get a closer look. Such a great way to brighten anyone’s day.
Pictured: Le Clair Grand Un by Venus et Fleur, $149
A Personalized Gift Box
I’ve always had a passion for gifting, so over the past few months, I decided to finally channel that passion in a way that I could share with others. Enter: Chapel & Fox, a one-stop gifting destination where carefully curated items come beautifully packaged with handwritten notes.
For our Mother’s Day box, we included a framed photo of your choosing, tea from Boon Tea, a cute handsoap bonbon from Murphy & Daughters, and a tin with truffles from famed chocolatier Louis Sherry.
Pictured: Mother’s Day Gift Box by Chapel & Fox, $65
An Escape from the Grocery Store
For parents who have yet to adopt the grocery delivery technology that we all embrace, some gentle encouragement may be a nice idea in order to keep your mom safe and avoid unnecessary trips to the grocery store.
Personalized Jewelry Storage
Pottery Barn has a great line of leather jewelry armoires which can all be monogrammed. These look great on a dresser or vanity and provide tons of organized storage.
Pictured: McKenna Jewelry Armoire from Pottery Barn, $279
Instant Photos from the Family
Looking for a group gift to share with your siblings spread across the country? The Skylight Frame connects to wifi and automatically downloads any photos which are sent to a personalized e-mail address, a great solution for moving the latest baby pictures out of an Instagram thread and onto full display.
Pictured: Skylight Frame, $159