Elder Jeffrey R. Holland once said, “No love in mortality comes closer to approximating the pure love of Jesus Christ than the selfless love a devoted mother has for her child.”
We may never be able to truly express the gratitude we have for the mothers in our lives, but Mother’s Day is certainly a great opportunity to try! It can be hard to find meaningful gifts, but we’ve got some of the best LDS products on the market that are sure to make Mom smile.
No matter your budget or time frame, a card is a simple and effective way to share your love. These cards are downloadable and FREE. All you have to do is print them out on your choice of paper. We suggest a nice card stock or heavy paper. The inside is blank, so you can write whatever you’d like to on the inside. See all of them here!
Check out these bangle charm bracelets. Fashionable and faith-inspiring, they feature LDS-themed charms in both gold and silver finishes. Better yet, you don’t need to worry about trying to find the right size. Each bracelet is $14.99. You can take a look at them here.
Celebrate your eternal family with this beautiful charm necklace. Customize your charm necklace with up to 6 initial charms, plus the Salt Lake Temple charm. Each charm is hand-engraved on quality, surgical-grade stainless steel to make make your necklace unique and one of a kind. This necklace comes on a beautiful 20 inch curb link chain. It makes a great gifts for moms and grandmas. It is on sale right now for $17.99!
The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is also the God of Sarah, Rebecca, and Leah. In this fascinating book, Matriarchs of the Messiah: Valiant Women in the Lineage of Jesus Christ, renowned scholar Jo Ann Skousen shines light on Christ’s maternal ancestors. These include the reformed harlot Rahab, the kind and loyal Moabite Ruth, and the beautiful Bathsheba. Filled with insights that still apply today, this is a must-read for any mom interested in the legacy of women in the scriptures. Get it here for $15.99!
Reverie: a state of being pleasantly lost in one’s thoughts. Take a step back from life’s stresses, and color your way through this series of delightful doodles. Keep an eye out for LDS themes such as beehives, CTR shields, and the Sacred Grove. Once colored, these hand-drawn illustrations can be framed as art or used as handouts. Let go of your worries in this coloring refuge! Each coloring book is only $12.99.
Jenny Layton, creator of The Happy Gal blog and LDS member, has compiled all of her favorite healthy eating tips and delicious recipes so you can finally change your eating habits for good. More than a recipe book, this is a guide to help you know what to eat, when you should eat it, and how to make it easy. This collection of over 100 full color recipes will keep you lean and satisfied from breakfast ’til bedtime. Eating healthy has never been easier! You can get the entire guide here for $22.99!
This fashionable temple bag is perfect for women of the church. Made of quality synthetic leather, this bag will last for years. The bag features a interlocking clasp to securely hold temple ceremonial clothing, along with 2 separate pockets for socks, shoes, or other accessories. The secure metal hook and nylon side snaps allow the bag to be hung from a locker, keeping the bottom secured in a horizontal position. It is available here for $49.99.
Al Fox Carraway is a powerful speaker and author. She not only has this beautiful journal, pictured above, but a gift sets and a jewelry line. The modern and fun mom would love anything from her collection, which you can see here.
A new take on the classic CTR ring, this ring features a subtle bar and cutout design. It also has a popular rose gold finish. It is available in whole and half sizes between 4 and 10. You can also get gift wrapping and a ring box! It is on sale for $14.99 here.
No matter what gift you end up getting the mom in your life, nothing is more important than sharing your love!
Aleah is a graduate of Southern Virginia University, where she studied English, Creative Writing, and Dance. She now works full time as a marketing and product manager, writer, and editor. Aleah served a mission in California and loves baking, Lang Leav poetry, Gaynor Minden pointe shoes, and Bollywood movies.