It's that time of year when we say thanks to the special women in our lives - but what special gift can you buy for that special lady? Well as Mother's Day fast approaches I thought I'd share some gift ideas that won't break the bank!


You can never really go wrong with jewellery and there are some gorgeous, unique items out there for very reasonable prices. I love this 'You are one of a kind' necklace from Lily Belle Designs at which is only £29.


You may be planning to buy a bunch of flowers, which I guess has become quite a traditional Mother's Day present but have you thought about where your Mum/wife/partner is going to put those flowers? A personalised vase is both useful and sentimental. You can add your name and a message to a plain glass vase at or I love these Mum quote ones from TotaLee personalised gifts which are only £17 (so you'll have some money left over for a bunch of flowers too!)


Who doesn't love a trendy tee? And if you're buying a pressie for a new mum or mum-to-be then our Milky Tee breastfeeding tees could be a perfect choice as they are both stylish and functional (as they have hidden zips at the sides for easy breastfeeding). Check out the range of tees which start at £27.99 here and if you aren't sure which top to go for why not go for a gift vouchers so they can choose their own.


I don't think there are many mums that wouldn't be happy to receive a pamper session (I know i'd be over the moon to receive one so hubby if you're reading this - hint, hint!!). Now a spa day may be over budget but there are lots of other pampering options so you could book a mini-facial, neck and shoulder massage or manicure for under £30 (and it's worth checking with your local beauticians/spa if they have any special offers as you might just get yourself a bargain!)


Personalised items are always lovely gifts for Mother's Day and I especially love this photo keepsake box from It's both personal and practical and best of all it's only £14.99


If the mum in your life couldn't live without her morning cup of coffee then this may be the ideal present for her. This pack from coffeemonkeymugs comes with a 250g bag of coffee, a cafetiere and mug for £24.


If you're looking for something a bit different then an experience day could be a great option. There are a range out there including winery tours and even a Mary Poppins walking tour of London or there's also a special Call The Midwife tour from for £25 which would be pretty perfect for Mother's Day!


Wanting a unique, personalised picture? Why not get your family's names arranged with letter tiles? I think this letter tile family tree which is framed and embellished with handmade paper flowers, makes a lovely, sentimental gift. It's £30 from Reasons to be Cheerful and includes delivery.


If you don't want to go for a pamper session, why not go for a pamper hamper! You can never go wrong with a box of goodies and there are lots of different ones out there from places like Boots and John Lewis but I love this Get up and Glow Mama gift set from Halia Rose which includes an eye gel, make-up bag, bracelet and nail file for £29.99


As a mum I find that I often take photos of my children and my husband with my children, but I don't have many photos of me with them (as I'm always the one behind the camera!), so to have a chance to capture some special moments with my daughters really would be a present I would treasure. Photoshoots can be expensive and are usually more than £30 but I have seen a few offers including one through Virgin Experience Days which is down to only £19.50 so definitely check out any special Mother's Day photoshoot offers.