Mother's Day is literally just around the corner (March 6th people - get it in your diaries!) and that means the inevitable rush to get our mums something nice is also looming. It seems that every year, we all think we have loads of time to get presents for Mother's Day and then *BOOM* it's a week away and we didn't realise. I've put together a few little gifts here that are all under £50 meaning you can treat your mum to something nice and thoughtful without breaking the bank.
Another classic Mother's Day present that doesn't break the bank is perfume, yet it's also one that we assume is going to be expensive. Don't get me wrong, perfumes can be very expensive and we all love a good high end one with a fancy bottle but the high street and cheaper brands have perfumes that smell just as nice and look just as fab for a present. I always get my Mum River Island perfume. The bottles are really pretty (and we all know how important that is) and they all actually smell really lovely, perfect for throwing in your bag to use during the day and costing around £10-£12 each for a 50ml or a 75ml bottle, they are absolutely fantastic value for money. My Mum is also a fan of the Britney Spears perfumes and let's be honest, who isn't? There's no denying they smell wonderful and are really cheap too - I know Bodycare is the cheapest place I've seen for perfumes like that!
Finally, we've got the thoughtful Mother's Day gift - the personalised Boomf marshmallow pops. Choose some cute photos and meaningful quotes and Boomf will turn these into light fluffy marshmallow pops that come in a lovely little gift box, perfect for your Mum to enjoy on Mother's Day! I hid these around the house in a little scavenger hunt - a really cute idea for something a little bit less traditional! These come in at £20 for nine personalised mallowpops and luckily for you I have a discount code valid until 3rd March - enter MUMS-SURPRISE at the checkout and get 15% off your order! Here's the link to create your own mallowpops!
What are you getting your mum for Mother's Day?
*post in collaboration with Ocean Finance