The Only Christmas Gift Guide You’ll Need for Mom
The Only Christmas Gift Guide You’ll Need for Mom
Gift-giving can be stressful—especially when it comes to shopping for the gal who has it all. And when you’re on the hunt holiday shopping for mom, we know only the best will do. That’s why we’re here to help. Say goodbye to hours of scrolling on Amazon or moving shoulder-to-shoulder through the mall, these unique gifts will solve your shopping woes and instantly make you the favorite child. From personalized jewelry to her favorite holiday meats, this mom’s gift guide is the only one you’ll need this holiday season.
Brenda Lee recorded “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” when she was only 13 years old!
An Electric Bike From Blue Jay Bikes—$2,995
Perfect for the mom who’s always on the go, Blue Jay Bikes are stylish, functional and a breeze for getting around town. The electric bikes come in a variety of colors, like the swoon-worthy rose gold and merlot shimmer, so find the one that best suits your favorite lady.
The Montgomery Ward department store created Rudolph the Reindeer as a marketing gimmick to encourage children to buy their Christmas coloring books.
Personalized Jewelry By Tiny Tags—$60-$1,200
A little sparkle is always a good idea for mom. This year, make her accessories extra special with fine, personalized jewelry by Tiny Tags. With bar necklaces, nameplate necklaces, circle, hearts, birthstones and mini dog tags in 14k yellow, rose and white gold, sterling silver and gold vermeil, they fit every mom’s personal style. These pieces have been featured in O Mag, People, Real Simple and more, and spotted on celebrity moms like Selma Blair, Nicole Phelps and Meryl Streep. Find the design that matches your mama—we love the gold bar necklaces—and then engrave a child’s name, birthday or birth time for that extra wow factor. Plus they each have a lifetime guarantee and are made in the US!
“Jingle Bells” was the first song sung by astronauts Tom Stafford and Wally Schirra in space on December 16, 1965.
Matching Dresses from Ivy City Co.—$34-$136
Who doesn’t love a new dress hanging in their closet? Ivy City Co. takes dress shopping to a whole new level with a matching dress for mom and her mini-me. Satin stunners, pretty plaids, vivacious velvets—you’ll find them all here!
Christmas tree decoration is believed to have originated in the 16th century in Germany.
A Family Bike from Madsen Cycles—$1,995-$4,298
The best gifts are those that the whole family can enjoy together. Madsen Cycles is just that gift. Also known as the bucket bike, this stylish speedster comes complete with a cargo bucket that can fit up to four kids! Pack up a picnic, grab the little ones and let’s hit the road.
Alabama became the first US state to declare Christmas as a legal holiday in 1836. The last was Oklahoma, in 1907.
Your Own Personal Steakhouse With Omaha Steaks—$25-$630
Screw going out to eat! One of our must-have gifts this season is a world-class steakhouse dinner right in the comfort of our own home. Sound like mom? You’ll want to get her Omaha Steaks. Here, she’ll get Omaha’s gourmet steaks delivered right to her front door.
There are two islands that are named Christmas. One is in the Pacific Ocean and the other in the Indian Ocean.
Cards and Stationary from Minted—$130-$199
Ideal for the hostess with the mostess, Minted has invitations, cards, stationery and more, all covered with their unique and totally cute products. We’ve been using them for years to capture and share all of the best family moments. If you’re not sure which personalized gift to get, try a gift card so she can go shopping herself, but with Minted’s wide offerings, it’s hard not to find the perfect gift for mom.
The tallest living Christmas tree is a 122-foot, 91-year-old Douglas fir in the town of Woodinville, Washington.
Her New Favorite Chair from Arhaus—$2,699
Mom will love kicking her feet up and unwinding in this gorgeous Engles Leather Chair from Arhaus. Elegant and insanely comfortable, it’s a must for the modern mama looking for a beautiful (and chic!) addition to the living space.
Christmas season sales account for almost one-sixth of all retail sales in the US.
Office Needs from Erin Condren—$55-$113
For the hard-working #bossmom, only the best will do! We love everything Erin Condren offers, but especially the insanely-detailed and totally cute LifePlanners. If you want to go all out, choose a few pieces for her office including laptop sleeves, organizational trays, hourglasses and even cute little paperclips to help mom organize her crazy schedule.
In 1962, the US issued the first Christmas postage stamp.
Sparkly Pieces From Marrow Fine—$400-$23,750
Does mom deserve something extra special this year? Then pick up one of the beautiful pieces at Marrow Fine. They have a selection of earrings, necklaces and rings, but our favorite pieces for gifting are their stackable rings. You can give mom a whole pile of sparkly baubles this Christmas or gift a new ring for each celebration in her life. Birthdays, anniversaries—even a new child!
Get Her In the Groove With Peloton Bike—$2,245-$2,694
Does mom live for her morning workout? Give mom her own personal gym at home with the Peloton Bike, an immersive cardio experience that will get her moving and grooving. With weekly classes and a whole library of videos to choose from, she’ll be biking with the best of them in no time. And all those workouts mean unlimited pumpkin pie!