It’s time for my annual Mother’s Day Gift Guide post! I love putting this together and shopping for it every year, because it’s one of those holidays that I just love. Maybe it is the fact that my kids know they have to behave all day, or that nine times out of ten there will be Starbucks waiting for me when I wake up?
I’m going to make a confession here: I still need to shop for gifts for the mothers in my life. I’m hoping they’re not currently reading this! Luckily, this list has a lot of great options for them and anyone in your life. I own a few things on here and truly love them, which is why I highly recommend them as gifts.
If I’m being totally honest, I’m one of those people who treats myself to a gift every year too. It’s sort of my way of reminding myself that I made it through another year with healthy, happy kids. And my sanity somewhat intact. Although that last part may be a little debatable these days (I blame the non-sleeping infant.)
Mother’s Day Gift Guide
You can shop any item in the image above by clicking on it. Let me know if you prefer that way! Everything is linked by number below and scrollable, as well. This is every thing from a budget-friendly candle that smells divine, to the best teeth whitening system I have ever used. I’m totally fascinated by the mini printer and have heard such great things about this cosmetics bag line. I own and frequently snuggle up in this blanket, and Josh gifted me this sweet little bracelet recently and its a daily wear.
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Smile Brilliant Discount + Giveaway
I’m partnering with Smile Brilliant to give one lucky reader $149 towards their own custom whitening system. To enter the giveaway, click here! Smile Brilliant has also generously offered $20 off for A Dash of Pretty readers with code DASHOFPRETTYBLOG20. This is the perfect amount to treat your mom (or yourself!) to a tray kit. I also have one $50 coupon code, which will go to the first person who comments on this post! This is the best gift to give yourself or to someone like my own mom, who wants white teeth but doesn’t have time to sit in an office, waiting for molds. I go into detail about the system and my experience with it here.