As much as we might want to, we don't always get to celebrate Mother's Day IRL with our mamas. Some of us are still waiting for vaccines while others are separated by miles—but that doesn't mean we can't share a little extra love.

Whether it's her first Mother's Day or you just really miss your mama, we rounded up the sweetest and most useful gifts to send via snail mail to let your mama village know just how special they are.


A cute card

mothers day card

In a world of quick text messages and emails, there's nothing sweeter than getting a handwritten card in the mail. Girl With Knife has tons of sweet and sassy cards for your friends who could use a little laugh right now.

$5

Farmgirl flowers

Farmgirl Flowers

If you'd normally drop off a flower arrangement, try delivering one to her door instead. Farmgirl Flowers creates beautiful, handmade bouquets from farm-fresh, eco-friendly flowers. Prices starting at $48.

$48

Fresh Cut Paper bouquet

Freshcut paper

Alternatively, you send a card that's also a bouquet! The enduring pop-up paper bouquets from FreshCut Paper offer a sustainable way to give her something pretty that lasts forever. And don't worry about shipping. All it takes is three 'Forever' stamps to get them to her door.

$10

Allswell robe + slipper bundle

allswell spa bundle

Chances are, your best friend, sister or mama could use a little extra self-care these days. While you can't make them take a break, this uber-soft and high-quality robe and slipper bundle is the next best thing. They'll be relaxing in no time.

$92.70

Chatbooks monthly minis

chatbooks monthly minis

For just $5, mama can import photos straight from her camera roll to the Chatbooks app each month for a memorable keepsake book. And, if she's short on time, don't worry—according to the reviews, it takes less than a couple of minutes to make each month.

$5

Bokksu Japanese snack box

Bokksu Japanese snack box

Mamas with wanderlust can get a (literal) taste of Japan delivered right to their doorstep. Bokksu offers curated boxes of high-quality authentic Japanese snacks that are the perfect intersection of curiosity and deliciousness. Each of the products is made by local snack and tea makers across Japan, including some 200-year old family businesses, and comes with an educational Culture Guide with details on the makers, prefectures of origin and more. How fun is that?

$44.95

Sakara discovery kit

sakara wellness bundle

Full of plant-based, gluten- and dairy-free, and non-GMO wellness products, this bundle from Sakara makes a sweet surprise that she'll get to enjoy for weeks. We especially love the Youth & Beauty tea and probiotic. Plus, it come in a useful zipper pouch.

$45

Nourishing Notes set

nourishing notes set

This delicious bundle comes with granola, biscuit mix and a beautiful cotton kitchen towel (pick your favorite!). Bonus: They'll gift wrap it for you. đź‘Ź

$40

A fun book

you're mom book

A witty collection of comics about motherhood that's sure to put a smile on her face. It features more than 100 drawings so she has something sweet to read for a while.

$17.99

In Good Taste Wine flight

Can't celebrate with a glass of vino at Mother's Day brunch? No problem. Ship some delicious wines straight to her door and hop on FaceTime or Zoom for a virtual brunch. We love In Good Taste for a fun mix of crisp whites, full-bodied reds and champs or Rosé which come in tasting sizes so you can find your next favorite. Bonus: She can hang on to the adorable little bottles and reuse for picnics, flower arrangements, or anything she wants!

$65

United Sodas of America

United Sodas

Mom not a wine drinker? Send along the super photogenic and equally delicious natural sodas from United Sodas of America! With fresh flavors like pear elderflower, strawberry basil and lemon verbena that are all organically sweetened, it's a gift that's as sweet as she is.

$34.99

Jeni's Ice Cream

Jeni's Ice Cream

Is there anything better than finding a box of ice cream on your doorstep? We think not. And Jeni's is well, the cream of the crop. (See what we did there?) And forget about boring vanilla. Their unique offerings include mind-bending flavors like pineapple upside down cake, sweet cream biscuits and jam and skillet cinnamon roll. Prices start at $12

$12

Scribd

scribd

No time to mail something? Use e-mail! This is one of those I-didn't-know-I-needed-it-until-I-got-it type of subscriptions. If she enjoys reading, this digital library offers unlimited books, magazines and audiobooks. And, yes, it has most of the bestsellers she's been waiting to dig into. Priced per month!

$8.99

Jot's coffee

jot coffee subscription

For that person who can never have enough caffeine: meet your match. Jot's ultra coffee is brewed in a process that makes the liquid 20-times more concentrated than regular coffee. Add a splash of milk or use it for lattes or cappuccinos. Keep in mind one bottle equals about 14 cups.

$24

A thoughtfully curated box of goodies

Knack Shops

Not sure what to get? Let Knack do the work for you! The woman-owned gifting platform makes it super easy to send some love mom's way with customizable gift sets that fit any personality. What's more, you can shop by ethos, choosing sustainable, BIPOC-owned, or even handmade products. But the icing on the cake? Each gift includes a beautiful, custom-printed card and/or video message you can personalize. Prices start at $30.

$30

A tea set

With 12 different blends, this tea set from Vahdam India will give you 100+ cups of delicious flavor. It comes in a very elegant gift box ready to send to the mom in your life.

$59.99 $41.99

Goldbelly Care Packages

Goldbelly care packages

For far from home mamas, Goldbelly can get her the delicacies she's been missing. Whether she's craving treats from places like Magnolia Bakery, kosher dinners from Liebman's Deli, or Campo's Philly Cheesesteaks there's sure to be something she'll love. Prices start at $49.00

$49

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