Six ideas for Mother's Day gifts that you can find around Seattle.
You still have a few days to pick up a sweet, meaningful gift for Mom before Mother’s Day on May 8.
Here are six ideas that you can find around town.
Teavana Multicolor Viv Teapot Set ($105 at Teavana and teavana.com). Remember having tea parties together as a child? Bring back the tradition with a pretty set that’s a grown-up version of the kid’s classic. Four cup-and-saucer sets and a teapot sport bright colors and gold accents for a fun, retro look.
West Side Goods DIY Gift Box (prices vary at shopwestsidegoods.com). Local online boutique West Side Goods is holding a pop-up shop at Show Pony Boutique in Fremont through May 8, where you can pick among locally made jewelry, beauty products, home goods and accessories to create a gift box she’ll truly love.
Try this grouping that comes in at less than $100: Whiskey Ink & Lace Mocha Body Butter ($16), Saressa Designs Druzy Studs in Rose Gold ($32) and the Maple + Mauve Concrete Planter with Gold ($24).
Kate Spade New York Hampton Street and Pearl Place Cylinder Bud Vases ($30 each at Macy’s). Flowers are a classic for a reason. Take them up a notch with these luxe vases with metallic accents. They play well together, or give her a group of the same style to cluster on a tabletop.
Jonathan Adler Mere Needlepoint Pillow ($165 at Jonathan Adler and jonathanadler.com). If your “Mommy Dearest” has a sense of humor — and a sense of style — she’ll love this handmade, 100 percent wool pillow featuring Faye Dunaway as Joan Crawford. No wire hangers included.
Knotweld Rolling Pin ($39 at Annie’s Art and Frame, Ballard, and knotweld.com). Chocolates are great, but if your mom prefers to do the baking herself, treat her to a classic tapered rolling pin, handmade on Guemes Island and finished with nautical stripes and a beeswax coating.
Pike Place Market Mother’ Day Gift Basket ($199). Support one of the city’s top landmarks and show your mom your love with this package that includes a bouquet of flowers from the market, a bottle of Wilridge Winery’s Rachel Red or Billie Blanc and a personalized Market Charm.
The steel charms can be engraved with the message of your choice and will be hung from the outer railing of the new MarketFront building. Proceeds support the completion of the new structure. The gift baskets are available May 7–8 at the Pike Up! tent near Le Panier.
That weekend, Pike Place Market will also host the 8th annual Flower Festival, with fresh, locally grown flower arrangements from more than 40 farmers.