Mother's Day is a special day to celebrate the women who have brought us into the world and nurtured us to become the people we are today. It's a lovely day to relish in the sacrifice that mothers give daily and the love and grace they extend endlessly. Our company is filled with biological mothers, aunts, and those who step in when a helping hand is needed, and we are better for it. Moms do make the world keep spinning, and we're forever grateful.
To celebrate the mothers who have raised us well, we want to give back a thoughtful gift that makes them feel special. Here are eleven gift ideas that will make her feel loved on her special day!
1. Scotsman Butcher Block
Each butcher block is handmade in Laurel, Mississippi, and designed by a true craftsman for the skilled southern cook in your life. These butcher blocks are available in three sizes (small, medium, and large) for various cutting, dicing, and chopping tasks. They're also available in multiple designs in diverse species like Cherry, Maple, Walnut, Red Oak, and Purple Heart. See our entire collection!
2. Scotsman Serving Boards
Our serving boards pose as a stunning decorative feature on any kitchen counter and a show-stopping accessory to any party or function. These serving boards are available in maple and walnut, cherry and maple, and many more combinations of wood species! With these, her charcuterie spreads will look even more appetizing. Click here to see the whole collection!
3. The Most Comfortable Headband
Erin's favorite go-to style is a relaxed tee or sweater, jeans, mules, and a solid or floral headband. The best part is that any woman can sport this style since they're so diverse in selection. Did we mention they are the most comfortable headband ever? Click here to see the whole collection!
4. Colorful Artwork
You can never go wrong with a framed print by Adam Trest. This vase collection is featured in the Simoneau House from Home Town in season five! If your momma has a different taste, browse through the entire Adam Trest collection here.
5. Hymn Tea Towels
Freshen up her kitchen decor with a simple, colorful Hymn Tea towel. This little reminder will give her joy from its text and design! Available in numerous colors and hymns, such as Abide With Me, Amazing Grace, Come Thou Fount, Be Thou My Vision, and many more! See the whole collection here.
6. A New Candle
Erin Napier has curated over 20 candle scents in the last five years. Each possesses a special scent memory from her past that she hopes to relish for years to come through the candle, hand soap, and room spray collection. Shop her entire collection of scent memories here! (P.S.— Laurel is our signature!)
7. Laurel Machine and Foundry Skillet
No cook is worth their salt without a good cast iron skillet in their cupboard. This is Erin's favorite, made by Lodge with the Laurel Machine & Foundry emblem cast into the bottom. Our skillets are paired best with our handmade leather skillet handle covers and cast iron oil and soap.
Our American-made leather purse is handcrafted and designed to last a lifetime. It was created to hold the perfect amount of accessories, and it can be dressed up and even used for workwear, as it can carry a small laptop. This gift will impress your momma and maybe even score you an extra slice of pie or pear cake.
9. Tocca Perfume
Tocca is of the highest quality and has the prettiest packaging. Best of all, it's made right here in the USA. Liliana is charming and conjures the mood of a Jazz Age garden party reveler filling the night with joie de vivre. (It's also Emily's favorite!) See more here!
10. Make Something Good Today, A Memoir by Erin and Ben Napier
Make Something Good Today offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the struggles and triumphs of a couple that America has come to know and love for their easy humor, adoring relationship, and ability to utterly transform a place into something beautiful and personal. This is the poignant story of how Erin and Ben took a small, tight-knit town into their own hands (literally) and used ingenuity, community, and authenticity to rebuild a once-thriving American Main Street. And how, by combining Ben's carpentry skills with Erin's design eye, Home Town is making it clear that small-town living can feel as big as you make it. Purchase your copy here!
11. Family Recipes & Stories (Volumes I, II, and III)
Erin, her mama, and our closest friends and family compiled this informal field guide of the family recipes that come out of our ovens the most, from Mammaw Ouida's buttermilk biscuits to Mallorie's famous jambalaya, Erin's spaghetti and meatballs, and Big Ben's chili. Funny short stories about southern cooking are woven throughout the book, making the perfect gift. See the whole collection here!
For more inspiration, Erin's mother, Karen Rasberry, wrote a special letter to her late mother that might make you reach for a tissue or two. Give it a read here!