Mother's Day 2014: 10 best gifts

With Mothering Sunday in less than two weeks, it's time to start thinking about that special present

Looking for inspiration for a thoughtful Mother’s Day gift or treat? We have scoured this year’s offerings so that you don’t have to.

From the award-winning afternoon tea at The Goring Hotel, to Snapdragon's sweet embroidered handbag mirror, there’s something for all mums and budgets.

Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys

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Verdict:

Betty’s Mother’s Day Cake not only looks great, but it’s delicious and reasonably priced too. For mums who prefer to do their own baking, OXO Good Grips Cookie Press is fun new tool. For a good value, versatile pressie, the Letteroom's birch bark vase or candle holder is a gift she'll keep for years.

Buy now

1. Flower Handbag Mirror, £8

2. Betty’s Mother’s Day Cake, £12.95

3. Personalised Birch Bark Vase/Candle Holder, £12

4. Lakeland Springtime Bouquet, £39.99

5. Omorovicza Blissful Frankincense Oil, £49

6. OXO Good Grips Cookie Press, £25

7. Afternoon Tea at The Goring, £39.50

8. Champagne Jacquard Mosaique Rosé, £30

9. Prestat Rose Violet Jewel Box, £11.50

10. Ockenden Manor Spa Break, from £143 per person

For more Mother's Day gifts, have a look at our IndyBest Mother's Day gifts for under £10 here.

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