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Mother's Day

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, you are likely beginning to think about what to get those special moms in your life. Mother’s Day is your chance to show the moms in your life how much they mean to you, but finding the right gift can be tough.  


The annual day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May and was established to allow families across the country to recognize motherhood, maternal bonds, and mothers. Our moms all do so much for us, so this day is important to demonstrate just how much we love them.  


For such an important person in your life, you want to make sure you get them something truly special. So if you are looking to treat mom on her special day, don’t leave it until the last minute and start planning the perfect Mother’s Day, today! 

Gifts and Planning
Card Writing

Mother's Day Card Writing Tips


Once you have bought that special maternal figure in your life a beautiful bouquet of flowers and found the perfect gift, it’s time to turn your attention to crafting the ideal message.   

Whether it’s your wife, mom, grandmother, that mom-to-be, your aunt, or even a close friend, writing them a special Mother’s Day message to thank them for everything they do will make their day. However, putting the pen to the page and writing that heartfelt message can be a challenge.  

Rather than opting for a generic message, take the time to personalize it and thank them for specific things they do in your life and the lives of your family members. This will immediately make the note more meaningful, showing her that you truly care.  

Mother’s Day only comes around once a year. So don’t rush the process and take your time to write the perfect message.  We know how frustrating writer’s block can be, which is why we have put together our guide to provide you with some inspiration.  

What to say in the message

Creating the perfect Mother’s Day message is tough. The mothers in our lives all do so much for us that trying to condense it all into one card can be very challenging. We all know that no matter how old we might be, everyone needs their mom - so this is you and your family's chance to tell her how much you love them.


Some ideas on phrases you could mention include:

For your wife

  • Our family is so lucky to have you as a mom, thank you for everything you do.

  • Thank you for the patience, care, support, and love you show to our family.  There is no other mom quite like you.

  • Not only are you the best mom to our kids, you are also my best friend and confidant.  I love you baby.

  • Happy Mother's Day from your biggest fan, your husband.

  • I wouldn't want to complain about the kids with anyone but you.

For your mom

  • You’ve been supporting me to achieve my best from the very beginning, and I can’t thank you enough for everything you have done.   

  • The older I get, the more I realize how grateful I am to have you as my mom.  

  • You’re not just my mom. You’re my tutor. My friend. My confidant. I love you, mom.  

  • I never knew quite how much you sacrificed for me until I became a parent. Thank you, mom. 

  • Happy Mother’s Day from your favorite child!  

  • Every day, you inspire me to achieve my best. Thank you for being the best mom.  

Ideas for closing your Mother's Day card
Hand writing a thoughtful message in a Mother's Day card.

No heartfelt mother’s day card will be complete without a meaningful ending. After crafting the perfect message, you need to make sure you sign off just as lovingly. If you are struggling with finding the right finish, here are some of our favorites: 

  • Thank you for everything,  

  • With love today, and every day,  

  • Lots of love 

  • From all of us 

  • You’re one in a million!  

  • Love you forever 

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