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Mother’s Day Gifts Ideas: 18 Subscription Box Gifts for Every Mom

Updated on April 27, 2020 with new gift ideas.

This year, Mother’s Day is falling at a time when moms could probably use a little extra lovin’. Our love language is subscriptions, of course, so we’ve compiled a list of subscription boxes for moms! Whether you’re looking for Mother’s Day gift ideas for your own mom, a mother figure, a new mama in your life, a dog mom, or to treat yourself (you deserve it!), we’ve got you covered with options including flowers, food, beauty products, candles, online classes, and beyond.

These subscription boxes for Mother’s Day aren’t the only awesome options by the way—check out which ones our readers named the best subscription boxes for women in 2020 for even more gifting inspiration!

Subscription Boxes for Mom

1. For trendsetting moms: FabFitFun

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The Cost: $49.99 per quarter. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $10 off your first box!

What She’ll Get: Every season, FabFitFun members get full-size, on-trend fashion, fitness, beauty, wellness, and decor items from awesome brands. Some items, everyone gets, but with FabFitFun there are also items members get to pick out for themselves. Our readers voted FabFitFun the #1 box for women! Sign mom up yourself or nab a gift card to get her started!

Check out our FabFitFun reviews for more information. Ships to the US.

 

2. For moms who love skincare and makeup: Birchbox

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The Cost: $15 a month (save with longer subscriptions) + FREE US Shipping. Subscribe here!

What She’ll Get: Each Birchbox delivery feels like a trip to the beauty counter in a box! Mom will get to sample new beauty brands from the comfort of home. With up to 5 samples of makeup, haircare, skincare, and fragrances, she will never get bored of her Birchbox subscription. Get mom started with a 3-, 6-, or 12-month gift subscription

Check out more BirchBox reviews. Ships to the US, UK, Spain, and Canada.

 

3. For crafty moms: Maker Crate by KiwiCo

Maker Crate crafts for ages 14-104.

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The Cost: Cost: $29.95 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Save 40% off your first box! No coupon needed - just use this link.

What She’ll Get: This creative subscription is perfect for mamas to flex those artsy skills during some alone time, or together with their older kids (ages 14+). Maker Crate is KiwiCo’s newest monthly subscription, sending the high-quality materials needed to complete crafts involving sewing, ink printing, clay pottery, and more. With your subscription comes printed directions and access to video tutorials for further instruction and inspo!

Would you like to see us review Maker Crate? Let us know in the comments! Meantime, check out all of our other KiwiCo reviews! Ships to the US for free, Canada for $3.95 per month, worldwide from $4.95-$6.95. Readers also love The Crafter’s Box and SketchBox.

 

4. For moms who love to cook: Home Chef

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The Cost: Meals start at $9.95 per serving. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Save $80 off your first four boxes! No coupon needed - just use this link.

What She’ll Get: Home Chef is a meal kit subscription that delivers a weekly box of pre-portioned ingredients needed to make 2-6 meals that feed two, four, or six people. Home Chef is known for its easy recipes that can be on the table in about 30 minutes. This meal kit delivery service offers vegetarian, gluten-free, and calorie/carb-conscious recipes for those with dietary specifications!

Learn more in our Home Chef reviews. Ships to 90% of the U.S. (You can check to see if Home Chef delivers to your zip code here.) Shipping is free for orders over $45. It is $10 for orders less than $45. Readers also enjoy Purple Carrot and Sun Basket.

 

5. For moms with a charitable mindset: CAUSEBOX

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The Cost: $54.95 per quarter. Subscribe here!

What She’ll Get: CAUSEBOX is one of our readers’ favorite subscriptions and it’s a treat for multiple reasons—not only is this artist-designed box filled with high-quality lifestyle items that are widely loved, each exclusive product was ethically designed by a socially conscious company that is helping to create a better world. Expect cosmetics, home decor, gifts, accessories, jewelry, and more! 

Good to Know: Annual CAUSEBOX subscribers (those who prepay for an entire year) can customize some of the items each season, choosing colorways for some items in the box and making other product selections (like choosing between a hair mask or a face primer).

Check out all of our CAUSEBOX reviews and CAUSEBOX spoilers to learn more. Ships to the US and Canada. Readers also recommend GlobeIn.

 

6. For style-savvy moms: Stitch Fix

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The Cost: $20 styling fee per Fix. Only pay for what you keep! Sign up here!

What She’ll Get: Stitch Fix is a personal styling service that’s perfect for busy moms or moms who love discovering new looks for their closet. For $20, a personal stylist will choose 5 clothing and accessory items specifically picked to match your mom’s preferences, sizing, likes, and dislikes. Stitch Fix users only pay for the pieces they keep—anything else, they can return for free! The $20 styling fee goes towards anything mom decides to keep, and she’ll get 25% off if the whole box is kept. Get mom started with a gift card!

Check out our Stitch Fix reviews to learn more. Readers also love Trunk Club. 

 

7. For moms who never stop: Trade Coffee

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The Cost: Starting at $15 per week. Get “The Classics” for $25/shipment (two 12 oz bags per shipment, $12.50 per bag) or “The Hookup” for more adventurous varieties priced at $15-$22 for one 12 oz bag per shipment. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Get 30% off your first subscription shipment, plus free shipping! No coupon needed - just use this link.

What She’ll Get: Anyone else out there need a little boost to start their morning or get through their afternoon? Trade Coffee carries 400+ different types of small batch coffee from 50 of the best roasters across the US—now including cold brew options! New subscribers start by indicating their flavor preferences and brewing techniques by way of a short, easy quiz, and both a coffee and a subscription plan will be recommended to you. All beans are roasted to order and shipped straight from the roaster to you, so freshness is guaranteed. After your coffee arrives, Trade will prompt you to rate it so they can further refine your selection for the following months.

Check out our Trade Coffee review and additional Trade facts for more info. Ships free to the US only. Readers also love Mistobox, and tea-drinkers enjoy Simple Loose Leaf Tea.

 

8. For moms on the move: YogaClub

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The Cost: $79.00 per month or $89.00 every 3 months. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $20 off each month for the lifetime of your Guru subscription (regularly $79 + shipping)!

What She’ll Get: YogaClub connects members with high-quality yoga, workout, and athleisure clothing from brands like Teeki, Onzie, Manduka, Jala, Vestem, Free People, Nux, and more. Their boxes are curated based on the size and preferences you set when signing up.

Check out our YogaClub reviews for more information. Ships to the US, Canada, and UK ($6.95 for all contiguous US orders, $9.95 for orders to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, and $11.01 for orders to the UK). Readers also love Fabletics.

 

9. For a gem of a mom: Rocksbox

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The Cost: $21 a month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code mysubaddictxoxo to get your first month free!

What She’ll Get: Does your mom love jewelry? Rocksbox gives her access to their entire catalog of jewelry, and lets her rent three pieces at a time. Swap the pieces out for something new at any time! (Rocksbox gives you free shipping and returns.) If mom finds a piece she can’t live without, she can buy them at VIP prices! Check out their gift memberships!

To find out more about more, read our Rocksbox reviews. Ships to the US. Readers also love Switch.

 

10. For the bookworm moms: Book of the Month

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The Cost: $14.99 a month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Limited Time Only! Use code NEW5 to get your first book for $9.99!

What She’ll Get: Each month, this book club offers five expert-picked titles for you to choose from. For speed readers, Book of the Month also offers the option to add 2 additional books for only $9.99 each. Why not get a subscription for yourself and for mom? That way, you can connect over an awesome read! 

Check out our Book of the Month reviews for more information. Ships to the US. See also: Powell’s Indiespensable, My Book Box.

 

11. For dog moms: PupBox

Puppy sniffing PupBox subscription box for dogs.

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The Cost: $39 per month on a month-to-month plan. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA60 to save 60% off your first PupBox on any 3-, 6-, or 12-month subscription.

What She’ll Get: This monthly subscription sends a box filled with 5-7 full-sized products that are customized based on the size and age of your dog. Items will vary month to month, but you can always expect to receive a bag of USA-made dog treats! PupBox also includes a training and development guide to keep you in the know about your fur baby’s development, and guidance for facilitating healthy growth!

Check out our PupBox reviews for more information. Ships to the US for free and Canada for $5. Readers also love Barkbox.

12. For moms who deserve a toast: VineOh!

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The Cost: $59.99 a quarter + free shipping. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA to receive a third bottle of wine free each month plus a bonus gift.

What She’ll Get: Each seasonal VineOh! box includes all the fun of a women’s lifestyle box PLUS two bottles of premium wine! Packed with jewelry, accessories, beauty items, sweets, chic gifts, and delicious things to sip on, VineOh! is a great self-care pick for a wine-loving mom. Get her started with a gift subscription! The VineOh! Oh! Happy Day! box will ship in time for Mother’s Day. Learn more about what is included in the box here

Check out our VineOh! reviews to learn more. Ships to the US (except for AK, AL, AR, CT, DE, IN, HI, KY, MS, NJ, OH, OK, RI, UT, WV). For more wine without the extras, try Winc.

 

13. For moms who deserve a spa day: BeautyFIX

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The Cost: $24.95 a month with subscription ($34.95 for one-time purchases). Subscribe here!

What She’ll Get: Each box includes over $100 worth of skincare, haircare, and makeup picked by beauty pros. BeautyFIX products are centered on keeping skin and hair happy and healthy with nourishing, effective ingredients.

Check out our BeautyFIX reviews for more information. Ships to the US. We also love these other skincare focused boxes: Beauty Heroes and Detox Box.

 

14. For moms who love a little luxury: Margot Elena Discovery Box

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The Cost: $49.99 a quarter (save $20 with an annual subscription) + $6.95 shipping. Subscribe here!

What She’ll Get: This quarterly box is a fragrance-lover’s dream. Each order is packed with gorgeous products from Margot Elena’s noteworthy collections, including Tokyo Milk, Lollia, and The Cottage Greenhouse—beautifully packaged pieces found at chic boutiques and stores like Anthropologie. Moms will appreciate the romantic, elegant aesthetic and sophisticated scents of these lotions, perfumes, sprays, and more.

Want to see what’s been in past boxes? Check out our Margot Elena Discovery Box reviews. Ships to the US. Readers also love Box of Style by Rachel Zoe.

 

15. For mothers committed to growth: MasterClass

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The Cost: $90 for an individual class or $180 for an annual subscription. Subscribe here!

What She’ll Get: With a MasterClass membership comes access to an online library of classes offered by experts and celebrities. Most classes are made up of twenty 10-minute lessons, and are offered on topics like interior design, acting, writing, effective negotiation, self-expression, business, science, and much more. Some instructors you may be familiar with include Natalie Portman, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Gordon Ramsay, and RuPaul. See the full list of instructors here!

Read Liz’s MasterClass review here. We also recommend Skillshare.

 

16. For moms taking a moment to recharge: Vellabox

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The Cost: Starts at $10 per month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA5 to save $5 off.

What She’ll Get: This monthly subscription sends one quality, small-batch, toxin-free, hand-poured candle per delivery. Here are the three tiers offered: the Lucerna ($10 per month) sends one ~4 oz candle, the Ignis ($20 per month) sends one ~8 oz candle, and the Vivere ($30 per month) sends you 1-2 candles totaling ~12 oz. Each candle arrives in a reusable drawstring bag, comes with information about the sourcing and fragrance, and smells oh-so-amazingly-good!

Check out our Vellabox reviews for more info. Ships to the US for $3 for the two smaller boxes, and free for the largest box. Readers also love The Burlap Bag and Lovespoon Candles.

 

17. For new mamas to discover products: Bump Boxes

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The Cost: Starts at $32 per month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code LOVEIT30 to save 30% off your first box with the purchase of a 6, 9, or 12 month subscription.

What She’ll Get: Each of Bump Boxes’ monthly deliveries includes a selection of surprises for the expectant mother, then later, for both mama and baby, introducing the mom to products that are helpful for staying happy and healthy in her new parenting journey. Each comes with 4 to 8 full or sample-size products that are curated around the baby’s due date. This makes a great gift for new parents and their little one!

Take a peek at our Bump Boxes reviews for more info. Ships to the US for free. Readers also love Ecocentric Mom.

 

18. For moms who love flowers: The Bouqs

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The Cost: Starting at $36 a month, price dependent on size. Subscribe here!

What She’ll Get: The Bouqs takes the traditional Mothers Day bouquet to the next level! Bouqs will send an arrangement weekly, monthly, or three times a year, with the option to schedule special deliveries. Flowers from The Bouqs are fresh, sustainable, cut-to-order, and grown in eco-friendly farms. Help mom keep fresh flowers on the table all year round.

Check out the Bouqs reviews for more information. Ships to the US with customizable ship dates. Readers also love BloomsyBox.

 

Bonus: 4 Limited Edition Boxes for One-Time Gifting:

1. GlossyBox

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The Cost: One-time cost of $35 ($30 for GlossyBox subscribers). Sign up here!

What She’ll Get: A beautiful spread of premium skincare and beauty products for her hair, face, and skin, valued at over $155. Want to know exactly what she’ll get? Read our GlossyBox Limited Edition Mother’s Day box spoiler post here!

Read our monthly Glossybox reviews to see what’s in the standard boxes. Ships to the US for free and Canada for $5.00.

 

2. The Sill

Potted orchid from The Sill.

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The Cost: Plants start at $50. Sign up here!

What She’ll Get: The potted plant of your choice—select from gorgeous Calla Lilies, orchids, flowering Anthuriums, or Fiddle Leaf Figs in the color that reminds you most of her. You’ll choose the planter color, and can add a “message pop” (a sweet, ceramic plant marker shaped like a lollipop) with a few options of short notes for an extra $5. For a nice add-on, they also offer several online workshops, including Orchid Care 101 and Fiddle Leaf Fig 101, for $10. Just make sure your mom sets aside the scheduled dates and times!

Check out our monthly reviews of The Sill to see what’s sent in regular boxes. Ships to the contiguous US.

 

3. Harry & David Mother’s Day Sweets Box

Harry and David Mother's Day Sweets Box.

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The Cost: One-time cost of $24.99. Sign up here!

What She’ll Get: Four 4 oz. packages of sweets and treats, carefully nestled in a pretty box. The box includes caramel popcorn, yogurt-covered pretzels, raspberry galettes, and a spread of truffles for your mom to sample on her special day!

Ships to the US and Canada.

 

4. Anthropologie Mother’s Day Beauty Blooms Gift Set

Anthropologie Mother's Day floral beauty gift box.

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The Cost: One-time cost of $68. Sign up here!

What She’ll Get: Ten individually packaged, premium samples of beauty products, curated in a beautiful keepsake box illustrated with florals by artist Emily Taylor. Containing over $100 of beauty samples from familiar brands like Sunday Riley, Grown Alchemist, and Darphin, are rounded out with a wildflower seed packet for her to plant, this is a gift that will make her feel pampered. 

Ships to the continental US.

Want to explore more of the best subscription boxes? Check out the rest of our editorial picks and reader’s favorites to find the perfect box for everyone.

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Comments (345)

  1. My husband and mother in law are going in halves to get me a year subscription to FFF I’m so excited. 💓

    • Yessss you win! That’s so awesome.

  2. I’ve tried and loved many of these boxes, such as: birchbox, rocksbox, ME, FFF, Causebox and beautyfix. Any of these would make great gifts.

    • So happy to hear that, Mika, thanks for reinforcing our suggestions from your first-hand experience!

  3. I liked fab fit fun when i had a subscription.

  4. I have also tried birch box! I like it

  5. I tried Birchbox quite a while ago. I enjoyed it a lot, but not quite as much as Ipsy.

  6. Birchbox is my absolute favorite box!

  7. I tried Blue Apron box, it was a nice experience

  8. I haven’t tried any of these boxes yet, but they all look fantastic!

    I tried to pin the giveaway to Pinterest using the entry form, but kept getting an error message. I could only pin the post using the share button. I hope that is okay.

  9. FFF and Beautyfix.

  10. no i have not

  11. Ive tried most- but Yoga club looks intriguing! I currently get BB & ME and love them.

  12. I’ve actually tried most of these boxes. Birchbox was the first sub I ever tried, and I’ve done Blue Apron, Book of the Month (current subscriber), Rocksbox, and FabFitFun.

  13. I subscribe to FabFitFun, Book of the Month, and love my beauty boxes like Ipsy, Boxycharm, and Allure. I would love to try out Beautyfix and Stitchfix.

  14. I tried Birchbox, had it for years. But I feel overloaded with makeup and I canceled when they stopped giving points for reviews.
    I do FFF from time to time. Some of their boxes are really good, but it’s spotty

  15. I haven’t tried any, but the wine one sounds intriguing!

  16. Tried a few of these. Beauty Fix is a great value and always has skin care to pamper mom. 😊

  17. Tried FFF and Birchbox. Would LOVE to try Margot Elena!

  18. I’ve only tried Birchbox and Margot Elena but would love any of these.

  19. I haven’t. I was going to try Birchbox but ended up going with Ipsy instead.

  20. I thought Vine-Oh was fun to get

  21. I gave my MIL Book of the Month and she loved it

  22. I haven’t tried any but would love to!

  23. I do stitch fix every once in a while, and I have done BeautyFix before.

  24. I have tried a few of these boxes, FabFitFun being my favorite on this list.

  25. Gifted FFF to my mom last year. Ive been loving my stitch fix lately

  26. I’ve tried FabFitFun, Birchbox, and Book of the month. Fabfitfun and Birchbox are fun but I haven’t been subscribed to them lately. Book of the Month was cool because I got Amy Schumer’s book for $5. Every month after that, I haven’t seen one book I’ve been interested in though.

  27. I’ve never tried any of the listed subscription boxes. I have, however, tried other boxes.

  28. I have never tried any subscription box at all they look neat though

  29. I’ve tried FFF, Birchbox, Blue Apron and Beautyfix

  30. Enjoy the variety in FabFitFun and look forward to receiving it every season and seeing the spoilers!

  31. I tried birchbox. I canceled because it was the same boring samples after a while. I’m thinking about trying Margot Elena.

  32. I’ve tried FabFitFun and it’s been a hit or miss for me, but the nice thing is I can cancel and re-sub whenever it’s convenient for me! Most recently I received the Quay sunglasses in my FFF box and absolutely love them!

  33. I have only tried 4 out of the 13 I believe are on here. Happy Early Mother’s Day to all the MOMMA BEARS IN HERE! This also includes Animals mommies too like myself. Thank you as always to Liz and Eric and the whole MSA team too. You ROCK❤

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