Mother’s Day gift ideas from local shops and makers in the Raleigh area

If you have a mother (or mother figure) in your life, it’s time to start thinking about the way you’ll celebrate Mother’s Day!

May 10 will be here soon, especially if you’re shipping a gift for long distance or social distance reasons.

Shops and makers in the Raleigh area are getting creative to help you honor moms with the added bonus of supporting local. Here are a few ideas.

Edge of Urge:

The creative curators behind Downtown Raleigh’s Edge of Urge and Renew House of Self Love know how to treat the moms in your life right. Select a Mom Mystery Box and they’ll select the goodies. Pick a budget and consider adding on a mug from Liz Kelly Pottery (is she a Dolly or a Lizzo, among many options?) Bonus: They’ll even add a note to call you before opening! [order]

The Local Squirrel:

The Cameron Village shop created a few bundles for different types of moms: Treat Yourself with self-care goodies, Plant Mama for the green thumb mom, and Homebody for a bundle of gifts she can definitely use now. Call or text 919-610-3400. It’s gift-wrapped, too!

Raleigh Provisions:

Their Mother’s Day gift basket includes local chocolates from Videri and coffee caramels from Slingshot Coffee, a Raleigh mug, a bottle of wine and more. [Order]

Port of Raleigh:

This Downtown Raleigh shop will upgrade any mom’s home decor with their bundles. Pairings include chic glasses and a vase for brunch, “just add wine” and jewelry with decor. [Purchase]

Petale Shop:

This local Downtown Raleigh florist has a variety of bouquets to choose from, from traditional roses to a mix. [Order]

The Flourish Market:

The Downtown Raleigh shop where each product has a bigger purpose has Mother’s Day Gift Bundles for purchase which will be wrapped and you can add a special message. Some are sold out, but remaining bundles as of midday Tuesday are of a variety of price points. [Order]

CHEENI:

If your mom has a seasonal sweet tooth, Cheeni has what you need. Order the strawberry Mother’s Day cake, made with fresh local fruit and strawberry buttercream frosting. [details]

Shop local makers:

Pop-Up Raleigh created a list of local vendors who will ship:

Triangle Pop-up hosted a virtual event with vendors Saturday. [info]

More Mother’s Day food ideas:

kō.än’s Mother’s Day Meal Kit [order]

Asali’s Mother’s Day High Tea to go [website]

STIR’s Mother’s Day brunch for home [order]

Short Walk Wine’s wine packs for mom [order]

Did we miss any great Mother’s Day gift ideas or specials? Email raleighconvergence@gmail.com.

Last update: 11:51 a.m. Tuesday.

Author: raleighconvergence

Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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