Mother’s Day is coming and for the beloved woman who brought us into this world, we try to find the best and most unique gifts for her. Here are some Mother’s Day gift suggestions from Gifts Less Ordinary.
Babies are born while mothers become. We become mothers the moment a life is conceived in our wombs. And it becomes a life-long journey for us. That is why, I think it is just fitting that we have this at least one-day celebration in a year to celebrate this unique woman. And with that, I have compiled a list of Mother’s Day Gift Suggestions, focusing mainly on personalized jewelry.
Personally, I love jewelry and anything personalized. So naturally, my personal list now of Mother’s Day gift suggestions will focus on personalized jewelry for mom. And I think that many mommies will agree with me on this–we love wearing trinkets bearing the names of our little (or not so little) ones all the time. For sure these Mommy Jewelry pieces will be a hit among moms of all ages as Mothers’ Day gifts.
Top 5 Mommy Jewelry Designs
In no particular order, here are my top Mother’s Day gift suggestions in the personalized mommy jewelry category.
Personalized Family Necklace
The Personalized Family Necklace was designed as an alternative to the Duchess Necklace, popularized by the Duchess of Cambridge. It was especially created for those with larger families, as you know, more kids means more charms. You can choose from three chain lengths and include boy or girl charms, depending on your family’s set up. It’s available in sterling silver or 18k yellow gold plated. I would love having this and have two girl charms, each with the name of Shawna and Shane on either charm.
Personalized People Chain Bracelet
For mommies who prefer bracelets, this people chain bracelets will surely be a hit. You can engraved you child’s name on a boy or girl charm that will be attached to a chain. Only one charm is allowed per bracelet. So if you have several children, you can order several bracelets and wear them all together. That will be super chic!
Personalized Laurel Necklace
I love flowers and nature but I couldn’t find any jewelry with a flower design, so the laurel leaf designed necklace is the next best thing. The design is so dainty that it’s perfect for when mommy is wearing V-neck or strapless tops. Lovet! It’s available in silver and 18k gold plated material.
Personalized Mini Heart Locket Necklace
I think that nothing beats the heart locket necklace for mom. It’s a classic jewelry piece that many moms from around the world through the decades have worn. They usually contain the photos of their most beloved people. At GLO, you can choose from two chain lengths, text finish, as well as the metal — it can be silver or 9-ct rose or yellow gold. I think the kids’ flower child photos would be nice in here.
Love You To Pieces Necklace
The Love You to Pieces Necklace is soooo unique! I love this design and the concept behind it. And also, because we love puzzles, either 2D or 3D puzzles. It’s available in silver, rose, or yellow gold. Since each puzzle piece can only be engraved with three characters, you can put initials or nicknames of your kids on it.
More Personalized Items from GLO
What I like about Gifts Less Ordinary online gift shop is its variety. There are so many personalized items to choose from. It’s also very easy to customize on the website. Everything just needs a click for a decision to be made.
But I think they need three more designs — flowers, mermaids, and even unicorn-inspired jewelry! The site offers free shipping for most items as well as free gift wrapping with customized messages, too. You can pay through Paypal or credit card. I think my personalized mommy jewelry selections will be popular Mother’s Day gift suggestions this year.
Note: All photos were taken from the Gifts Less Ordinary website.
Sigrid - Bacolod Blogger
Sigrid is a work at home mom and Bacolod blogger who tries to juggle taking care of the kids, homeschooling in Bacolod, covering events, designing, writing, and blogging. After finishing her degree in Mass Communications from the University of St. La Salle, she went on to become a news reporter/writer for a local daily and eventually pursued a career in advertising as a copywriter and graphics designer. After her stint in the corporate world, she became a freelance writer, contributing to national and international publications covering a variety of topics. She was a contributing food writer to COOK Magazine before she became a food and mommy blogger. She blogs at: