You know who so often gets forgotten on Mother’s Day but is really, at the end of the day, the ultimate mother? Grandma. Whether she’s your mom’s mom, your dad’s mom, or a deeply beloved family friend, you wouldn’t be where you are today without your grandma, and you should show her that you love and appreciate her with a pampering gift.
If Grandma is struggling with her spring allergies, this air purifier from LG will solve that problem easily. It’s quiet, small, and easy to use, making its $429.99 price tag worth it.
If you want to remind Grandma of all those wonderful days spent baking in the kitchen together, helping her to restock her bakeware with this Calphalon set for $99.95 is a thoughtful, nostalgic, and useful gift.
A bouquet of plain ol’ flowers is pretty to look at, but its biggest flaw is that you can’t eat it. Harry & David solved that problem with this $79.99 bouquet of 12 cupcakes, which is stunning, simple, and totally scrumptious.
For the grandma with sophisticated taste, KHAVYAR offers up sustainable, high-quality caviar at all price points, fomr $13 per ounce to $260 per ounce. The best part? You can buy it all online.
When Grandma is cooking up a feast for her family, her feet may start to feel a little tired. Not anymore! GelPro’s designer comfort kitchen mats ($119.95) are sleek, come in a variety of colors and designs, and are practical yet fun.
If there’s one thing grandmas love, it’s photos of their families and grandchildren. But, there’s only so much wall space and shelf space for photos. That problem can be solved with Tervis drinkware ($21.99–$39.99) that can be embedded with images of loved ones.
It’s likely that Grandma has all of the classic family recipes in the back of her head, but putting these all together in a beautifully bound book, like this one from Honey & Hive Creations ($150 and up), can create a cherished keepsake.
There’s nothing wrong with a little gin and juice, and Grandma knows it. German gin company Monkey 47 features 47 different locally inspired botanicals, including honeysuckle, blackberry, and jasmine to create a top-shelf spirit for a top-shelf granny.
If your grandma likes to party (but not too hard), there’s a new line of hard soda just for her. Not Your Mom's Apple Pie, Strawberry Rhubarb, and Iced Tea ($10.99 for a six-pack) from Small Town Brewery are sure to quench her thirst.
Boxed meal kit deliveries are all the rage among the younger generations, but Grandma can get with it too. Hello Fresh ($59 and up per week) can help Grandma shake up her nightly dinners with nutritious, fresh, and local ingredients.
Everyone likes to relax with a cup of tea in the afternoon, including Grandma. Firepot Nomadic Teas ($9.99–$19.99) are high-quality, ethically-sourced, organic, and most importantly, delicious and refreshing.
Grandma deserves to kick back with a bottle of wine, doesn’t she? Make the wine you gift her this year extra special with a customizable or engraved label from Personal Wine ($10–$500).
If there’s one thing grandmas love, it’s their grandchildren. A personalized, engraved picture frame from My 1st Years ($29.99) is a special gift that perfectly says, “I love you.”
All the cool kids are sipping on rosé this spring, so we think Grandma should be too! Kim Crawford Wine has introduced a rosé into their affordable lineup of wines ($17.99) with fragrant notes of bright berry and tropical fruit and a beautiful pink hue.
This cheery, bright lollipop is the perfect springtime summer gift for Grandma. With a reasonable $15 price tag, this 14-inch, 5.6-ounce chocolate lollipop from Jacques Torres is perfect for display or an indulgent mid-afternoon snack.
For the grandma with a sweet tooth, Chocolate Twist offers up a 13-month Twist of the Month club ($360). Each month, Grandma will receive two artisan chocolate bars, a dozen caramels, and a fun, sweet surprise.