For mom, the gift of rest

Who needs rest more than moms? Over the past few years, I’ve met lots of moms and have had plenty of friends transition into motherhood, and as a person with only one furry child, it scares me. The time, the energy, the emotional investment, it’s all so much, and so amazing to see people who do it seemingly flawlessly. While moms invest so much time into caring for everyone else, Mother’s Day is the perfect day to say hey, take time for you. Breakfast in bed. A long bath. A trip to yoga or a nail salon or spa or massage, whatever helps her feel good. We’ve got some goods in the shop that might also help, and we’ve shared a few of our favorites to gift to mom friends, mom-figures, favorite aunties, an always-there-for-you teacher, and all the people who play that multi-faceted role of “mom” in our lives.

Make a Statement

A large candle, a sweet card, a candle that can be used as a vase for their favorite flowers after the scent is fully enjoyed. Gifts that make a statement and say, hey, you deserve it.

For the yogi-mom

Gift sets that match her energy, whatever it is, or whatever she needs. Warrior for energy, Lotus for balance, Savasana for rest. Candles paired with roll on perfumes and naturally-dyed eye pillows for checking out and in with herself.

For the perfect self care day

A candle, a bath salt, a roll on perfume to take a good scent wherever she goes. A spa day at home with a bathroom door that locks out the busy world, and creates a sanctuary where she needs it, right at home.

Little Delights

Sometimes the loveliest things come in the smallest packages. A boxed roll on perfume. A tiny bottle of colorful matches. A golden wick trimmer. A set of travel candles to make any airbnb feel even more like home.

Our Mother’s Day shipping deadline is Thursday, May 9 at 10am EST! Get your order in before we ship out for the day to ensure it gets there on time. We’re offering free gift wrap with all online purchases through the big day as well! Because we know she’ll love it.

P.S. Have you ever met my mom?