Mother's Day Gifts 2019
Mums, aren’t they just the best?
Here at GWlegal we reckon that mums should be celebrated every day, although we do think it’s nice that they get a dedicated national day too!
Mother’s Day, like most ‘holidays’, has its roots in religious tradition. Traditionally, ‘Mothering Sunday’ is the fourth Sunday of Lent for christians. It was a day when mainly daughters (often working away from home as domestic servants) were granted the day off to visit their mother and family. Today, as we all know, it is a day when children give presents, flowers and cards to their mums.
Ahead of Mother’s Day (Sunday 31 March), we thought it would be interesting to take a look at some recent trends surrounding the special day in the UK…
In 2018, the following amounts were spent on mums across the country:
• Cards: £50 million
• Flowers: £260 million
• Personal services (spa, pedicure): £1.8 billion
• Total retail sales: £1.4b
• Average spend her person: £58
Last-minute purchases are highly likely in the UK and the US alike, with high percentages of individuals researching online before making their purchase in a physical store.
The most popular Mother’s Day gifts in the UK include:
• Gardening tools and housewares
• Music or books (digital or physical)
• Brunch, lunch or dinner
• Gift cards
• Personal services, such as spa day or retreats
• Consumer electronics
Unique and unusual Mother’s Day gift ideas
• A bottle of prosecco customised with a picture of you and your mum
• A brightly coloured instant camera to capture special, spontaneous family pics on
• A really special card
• A fun ‘Best Mum’ headband
• A Virgin Experience day:
• The most beautiful pair of scissors
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