Memorable Mother Of The Bride Gifts

by | Bride, Gift Guide, Mothers


We’re all about the love at Polka Dot Bride and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be kicking off the first in a series of gift guides – this one is all about memorable mother of the bride gifts (mother of the grooms coming very soon!)

For me, a good sentimental gift is all about something you share – so I have added in plenty of special gift ideas that work back to favourite memories and significant moments. Think custom tea towels embroidered with very special recipes, gorgeous keepsake boxes for special treasures, beautiful scents to remind her of the wedding day for years to come, special dishes for family celebrations, beautiful books that give a nod to the milestone – even beautifully taken photographs of places that mean so much to you both. This gift guide is filled with beautiful, special pieces your mum will treasure for years to come.

Every gift has been vetted by Mother Polka as something she would love to have – so I know you’ll love these gift ideas!

Couture Wedding Gowns Book by Marie Bariller from Dymocks, Milk & Sugar Clock from Hunting For George, Colorways Gallery Chunky Throw, Floto Bags Leather Duffle Bag, Anthropologie Golden Plant Mister, Hunting For George Golden Years Print  West Elm Faceted Mirror Boxes, Hunting For George Golden Years Print  Peter Alexander Luxe Oh That’s Posh Silk Pyjama Set Chemex Glass Coffee Maker from Williams Sonoma,  Charlotte Tilbury Magical Mini Brush Set Anthropologie Petalpress Pie Dish Macys Copper Glass Balloon Vase Travel Print Shop Sunrise Waves Print  Susabellas Personalised Platter  Adhoc Sleepwear Eye Mask Aerin Linen Rose Eau de Cologne from David Jones Mona Lisa Pottery Handmade Ceramic Mug  Thread The Wick Custom Embroidered Tea Towel

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