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Top 5 Personalised Mother's Day Gifts for 2017

If you’re anything like me, every March you visit your local supermarket and are a greeted by various displays of flowers, chocolates, and cards. Suddenly, a wave of panic hits you and you break out in a cold sweat as you realise that it is once again Mother’s Day. To help you avoid disappointing your mother this year, I’ve put together the best personalised Mother’s Day gifts to make sure that you show her how much you appreciate her and to make up for those years of suffering during your teenage years.

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Biscuiteers' Personalised Mother's Day Chocolates

Biscuiteers' Personalised Mother's Day Chocolates

If you are usually overwhelmed choosing Mother's Day gifts, then these handmade Belgian chocolates are perfect and are guaranteed put a smile on the face of even the fussiest of mums.

There are various designs and delicious flavours to choose from, including earl grey ganache, salted caramel, candied ginger ganache and many more. I admit that I have tried them all on multiple occasions, much to my mum's annoyance, and they have never failed to disappoint.

There is even the option to personalise some of the chocolates with your own message to make them that extra bit special.

If your mum isn’t a chocolate fan, then there are other treats to choose from such as biscuits and cupcakes, which will go down a treat as well.

Prices start from £35 and are worth every penny.

Photobox Cutout Book

If you are no longer living under the parental roof, she will no doubt miss seeing your face every day of the week. So why not treat her to a photo book by PhotoBox?

They are A4 sized and it is possible to personalise the cover with a cut out of any words or numbers to make it that extra bit special. If you are looking to really make her year, then you could include a collection of photos spanning your entire life and remind her of all those happy times together.

They are available in a range of different colours so you can be sure that you will find something ideal.

An A4-personalised Photo Book costs £30, or you can go for the larger sized A3 size for £45.

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Personalised Jar of Marmite

Personalised Jar of Marmite

We all know the saying, you either love it or your hate it. The good news is that if she is a fan of Marmite then you can finally getting her that gift she has always dreamed of, yes, her very own personalised jar of Marmite with her name emblazoned across the front!

These have been increasingly popular since they were launched back in Christmas 2015, capturing the hearts of those who adore the 'love or hate it' condiment and have remained popular ever since.

Something to keep in mind is that these are well worth remembering for those brothers or sisters that you have longed to get revenge on for all of these years.

Prices start at £4.99.

Photo Face Cusion

These photo face cushions will keep her on her toes all year round and remind her of you as she settles down to watch her favourite TV programme, or as she tries to unwind after a stressful day with a glass of wine.

It is possible to choose a range of different sized cushions in a variety of styles and to choose any photo that you wish.

Remember, one mum's creepy is another mum's cute!

These cost £14.95 but don't blame me if you end up spending more on your apology present.

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Luxurious Afternoon Tea at The Waldorf Hilton Hotel

Luxurious Afternoon Tea at The Waldorf Hilton Hotel

If you have a bit of money burning a hole in your pocket, then treat her to Afternoon Tea For Two at the Luxurious Waldorf Hilton Hotel. Afternoon Tea has been back in fashion for a while now, and really is one of the most luxurious way to treat your mum.

Trust me, this one has always got me back into my mum's good books, even after some of my very worst behaviour in my earlier twenties- even when she ended up having to have a new carpet fitted after one of my nights out.

The hotel is located in Greater London and is part of the famous Tea Guild Society, famous for its beautiful architecture, customer service and one of the best English afternoon teas that the you will ever experience. Expect to be treated like royalty and served the finest finger sandwiches, scones and mouth-watering pastries.

It is even possible to personalise your menu for your guest to make it that extra special and to make it a Mother's Day that she will never forget.

There is even a harpist on hand to add to the special ambience and as a nice prelude to break even the worst news to her..

If you look around a bit you will likely find offers and can expect to pay around £50- an absolute bargain.