Mother’s Day Gift Guide, Part 1Posted on 4th March 2021
If you are searching for something special for Mother’s Day (14th March), look no further than Bristol Market’s online directory – the Maker’s Marketplace – which features over 80 independent makers offering a choice collection of unique, artisan gifts to suit every kind of budget and every kind of mum!
Over the next few days, we will be showcasing some of these talented creatives for a series of inspiring Mothering Sunday gift guides. Read on for the first round-up…
Suits every kind of budget and every kind of mum!
For blooms that last longer than a few days, pick one of I am Acrylic’s brilliantly cheering flower brooches (there’s one to represent each month of the year) or a beautifully packaged, hand-poured ‘Violet + Tea Rose’ soy wax candle from Every Nook, which has a delicate floral fragrance reminiscent of a vintage bouquet.
If your mum’s an art lover, why not choose a striking, wildlife-inspired monochrome linocut print for her wall courtesy of Mr Christopher Hill, or a joyful illustration by Lauren Gale Makes whose vibrant use of colour will brighten anyone’s day.
For those that love an indulgent treat, a Bella Rock gift box has all you need for an at-home spa experience including luxurious bath milks and facial oils, while a ‘Mother’s Day Special’ beauty kit from Spardha’s Natural contains a trio of skin-hydrating products full of gorgeous ayurvedic ingredients and essentials oils.
A personalised gift is something to really treasure, so a necklace from Maybe Max – with your mum’s initial (or other meaningful letter) hand-stamped onto a delicate gold or silver disc – is certain to be a hit. Or, how about a house name or number plaque, handmade in clay by Katie Murton? A truly bespoke present that will raise a smile every time your mum gets home!