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    36 Of The Best Valentine's Day Gifts For Parents

    Here's to spreading love and positivity to the very people who made you who you are!

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    1. A set of engraved monogrammed wine glasses to help your parents host their next dinner party. Wine mom say what?

    Promising review: "These are great glasses. I use one every time I drink wine. The glass is sturdy and doesn't feel like it is going to break with hand washing. The etched monogram is great too." —Lindsay Hulliberger

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $35.18 or a similar set from Target for $23.49. Available in letters A–Z.

    2. A wooden plaque that'll show how much your mom and dad means to you on the national day of lurve.

    You can even get it personalized so your sibling won't think of it as a joint gift!

    Get it from Hayley's Plaques on Etsy for $11.69+.

    3. A delicate, stackable ring so your parent will never forget any of your siblings' names ever again.

    You have a choice of getting these babies engraved in 35 characters including symbols and dates!

    Get them from SXpressions on Etsy for $14.95 each. Sizes: 4–12. Available in five finishes.

    4. A deluxe baking set to encourage the two of you to spend some quality time making delicious pastries.

    The kit includes a spatula, pastry brush, mixing spoon, a bundt cake mold, a silicone loaf pan, six silicone baking cups, one cookie turner, one whisk, four adorable cookie presses, and eight recipe cards.

    Promising review: "I got two of these as Christmas gifts for my two nieces. I've got to say that I've never heard a squeal quite like the one they gave when they unwrapped this! Needless to say, I think they liked it! Their stay-at-home moms are going to have a ball, I'm sure, playing in the kitchen with their daughters." —Angela M

    Get it from Nordstrom for $39.99 or Amazon for $38.89.

    5. A touching pillow, because your parents absolutely adore when you decide to be all sentimental.

    You can choose between an indoor or outdoor pillow for ultimate ~variety~.

    Get the pillow cover and insert from CG MAY117 on Society6 for $29.99+. Available in four sizes.

    6. A mama bear mug your mom can show off to the whole office or to any friends you bring home so they know she'll attack if anyone dare hurts her baby.

    Promising review: "This coffee mug was exactly the kind of thing I was looking for. The simple 'Mama Bear' on the front was perfect. My granddaughter had major surgery and her mom and dad were so worried. The outcome was good, but I wanted to cheer up my daughter with something. When I saw the logo on the mug I knew it was for her. She really is a mama bear. I saw the mug myself and it is quite nice. It has a good size handle and holds just the right amount." —Cat lover

    Get it from Amazon for $14.97.

    7. A generational birthstone necklace to give your grams or your mom who just turned into a granny that'll remind her of why she loves to bake cookies in the first place.

    You can pick the chain length, crystal color, and insert the names you want on the necklace!

    Promising review: "This necklace is absolutely beautiful and well worth the money. It arrived in two days! The engraved names are elegant. I ordered it with a lot of names so the front disc covers some of the names a little — so beware when you order the full character usage. The pearl is beautiful — I'm so happy I got it. It is heavier than I thought after reading the reviews. It doesn't feel like a pop cap to me. It is heavy enough that it feels like good quality but won't weigh you down." —M Jennings

    Get it from Amazon for $36.23.

    8. A simple card so you can reassure your mom that even though you're a grown-ass adult, her advice and general (loving) nosiness is always needed.

    Get it from Spring for $5.

    9. A set of instant photo coasters to place their most precious moments on the end table where everyone can see.

    Promising review: "I LOVE these! They’re so easy to use, just insert the pics in, and they look so neat! They make for a very unique and thoughtful gift." —Kelly

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $12.

    10. A statement mug and amazing print that'll show the power of black fatherhood. Your pops deserves it.,

    Get the mug from Merch Zoo on Etsy for $16.97+, and the print from Christine Fontenot Fine Art on Society6 for $22.99.

    11. An organic chocolate subscription box, because your parents have a sweet tooth and this here has an array of delectable flavors like Turkish coffee and lemon coconut cream. You may have to take some for yourself!

    You can get a 3-, 6-, or 12-month subscription — each month comes with three different dark chocolate bars each, and the first delivery comes in a dope gift box with tasting notes!

    Get a subscription from Food 52 for $75+ (for a three-month subscription).

    12. An iPhone case so impressive, all the other moms will be asking yours where she got it and will harass their kids to find it on the interwebs for them.

    Get it from Spring for $40. Compatible with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

    13. A set of 18-karat gold cufflinks with initials for the dapper parent who loves a good semi-formal event where they can have an abundance of champagne and conversation.

    Promising review: "To start off, these cufflinks are honestly great for almost every occasion. The simple, yet elegant design of just one letter is really what makes these cuffs extremely unique. Unlike many other cuffs, which are overloaded with fancy, unnecessary designs, these cuffs' simplicity make them the highlight of your outfit. I recently went to a wedding in which I wore these with a white shirt and gray suit and they looked absolutely amazing. I am also happy to stay that after a full night of dancing and celebration, the cuffs held up very well and were not dirty and damaged in any way." —Ariel

    Get them from Amazon for $16.99. Available in letters A–Z.

    14. A tender print you and your siblings can gift to your mom, aunt, or other maternal figure in your life, because she's literally the queen of all things.

    Get it from Christine Fontenot Fine Art on Society 6 for $22.99.

    15. An embroidered apron with a customizable name so your culinary genius of a parent won't ruin their clothes while concocting their famous gnocchi.

    Get it from Amazon for $28+. One size.

    16. A doggie print and mugs that'll be super touching for all the dog moms who love their animals as much as they do their own children.,

    Get it from Pet Friendly on Society 6 for $18.99, and the mugs from Make Love Live on Etsy for $20.

    17. A moving mother and son figurine, because being a mama's boy isn't a bad thing, plus it'll make her cry tears of joy.

    You can even get it personalized, and every figurine comes with a sentimental card if you aren't really great with words.

    Promising review: "Willow Tree does not disappoint. Beautiful chiseled look and beauty in its simplicity. I bought this for my mother and it brought a smile to her face as will it do to anyone who receives one. I also received one when my daughter was born 11 years ago and still look like the day I received it." —lee h.

    Get it from Amazon for $34.95. Also available in mother and daughter here.

    18. A box of Charbonnel et Walker crèmes Parisiennes (fruit-flavored fondant) for the parent who gave you your sweet tooth in the first place. What's Valentine's Day without candy?

    Get a pack of 16 from Nordstrom for $34.99.

    19. A batch of handmade pears your sentimental mom should place right in her china cabinet as proof that you are, in fact, the best gift giver of all her children.

    I won't make a joke of the Rick Ross pear meme because this is supposed to be sweet and loving, but just know I thought about it!

    Promising review: "My goodness these are cute. I bought these for my mom for her birthday and now I wish somebody would buy them for me!" —Andrea

    Get it from Amazon for $36.

    20. A gold tone, monogrammed money clip that'll keep all of your dad's big bucks in one place since he just insists on paying in cash.

    Get it from Things Remembered for $25.

    21. A simple keychain your dad can carry around with him. It states two very important facts he needs to remember at all times. He might even tear up a little!

    Promising review: "I got this keychain as a gift for my dad at my wedding. He loved it! His face lit up when he opened the box!" —rmhmad

    Get it from Amazon for $11.96.

    22. A stylish passport holder and travel wallet for the parent who keeps on forgetting their ID when you guys go on family vacations.

    The case is also RFID blocking, so no stolen identities, which is always good!

    Promising review: "I think this is too cute! I travel a ton for work and am always trying to look as put together as possible for my international trips. I happen to have a rose gold iPhone with a rose gold case! When I’m moving between gates, it’s usually my passport and phone in hand! Just enough slots for my cards and boarding passes. Can’t wait to show it off again!" —Meg

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99. Available in 19 colors.

    23. A colorful print that'll finally prove to your mom that you're actually the same person. She'll be absolutely tickled.

    Get it from the paira birds on Etsy for $20+.

    24. A container of Shea Moisture coconut oil, since your mother has been telling you to keep your dry skin moisturized and she hasn't been following her own advice. / Via @sheamoisture

    Promising review: "Perfect product. I love it to put on after I shave and it leaves my legs soft and smooth even with all this cold wind. It is so versatile too. I use it as a lip balm and my boyfriend uses it instead of buying all those beard softeners and lotions. It works perfectly to soften it and smells great!" —Bee

    Get it from Target for $9.89 or Amazon for $11.61.

    25. An engraved trinity ring necklace made out of sterling silver so your mom can keep all the love close to her heart.

    You can choose between a rose gold–plated sterling silver necklace that says "Mom I love you," and "I'll always be with you."

    Promising review: "I love this necklace. I purchased one for myself and liked it so well, I bought one for my sister. We lost our mom in May of this year and this is a great way to honor her. With it, it's like she is always close to us. I have had lots of compliments on it." —Deborah Jacobs

    Get it from Amazon for $25.99.

    26. A phone clip to attach their phone onto the car vent, because they've just gotten a handle on the whole Google Maps thing, but still need help multitasking.

    Get it from Free People for $20. Also available in gold. You can also get a similar pair of mounts on Amazon for $8.49.

    27. A charming dad joke book so your father, uncle, gramps, and other parental figures understand that their corny jokes are actually a light in your life.

    Promising review: "Got this for my Dad for his birthday. He immediately sat and started reading, cracking up the entire time. He absolutely loves these stupid jokes." —Kelly

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99 or a local bookstore from Indiebound here.

    28. A wooden jewelry box that'll store your parent's watches, earrings, and other precious things you bought them during the holidays.

    Promising review: "It's good quality and looks elegant. I bought this for jewelry that I don't wear often, so I didn't want a box with drawers because I couldn't store that in my closet. This has plenty of compartments of different sizes for different types of jewelry like earrings, rings, necklaces, and bracelets, and a good assortment of each size. The tray is easy to lift out!" —SBette

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95.

    29. A Hershel water-resistant duffle bag for the parent who's always traveling to foreign lands and making you jealous because you're an adult with actual responsibilities now.

    Well at least they raised you well?

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $85 or Amazon for $78.95.

    30. A bottle of Mario Badescu Facial Spray with herbal extracts and rosewater to refresh and hydrate really tight and dry skin because you've just gotten your mom into skincare and you don't wanna overwhelm her with too many products. / Via @mariobadescu

    Promising review: ""I have combination skin. During the summer, it gets oily very fast and during the winter it is extremely dull and dry looking. My skin is sensitive and most of the time has a pinkish red color to it when it is dry and irritated. However, after using this spray, my skin is much healthier looking and has a dewy, fresh look. It even helped calm down the redness. I haven't had this for a full week and I'm head over heels in love and can't wait to order more of this stuff. Holy grail in my skincare routine now!" –Halyey O.

    Get it from Amazon for $7.

    31. A personalized love tumbler mom or dad can carry their drinks around while they're out running errands and whatever else.

    Get it from Things Remembered for $4 (originally $16).

    32. A clever eyeglass holder they can use to place the only tool that's helping them reading the fine print on nutrition labels and preventing them from bumping into walls. Here's to hoping you turn out to be just like them when you grow up.

    Promising review: "My dad has been losing his glasses frequently recently and I thought this would be a great Christmas gift for him. I thought the newspaper it was wrapped in was a fun interesting touch, and the item is crafted beautifully. He really liked it a lot!" —Mae

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $18.

    33. A pack of sparkling stud earrings for the mom who always loses their hoops and likes shiny-ass colors. Plus every hue represents a different message (good luck, healing, success, and protection), which means they'll always know you're thinking of them. How cute.

    Get them from Free People for $20 each. Available in four colors.

    34. A copy of the Tasty Cookbook so your mom or dad can learn some new and trendy recipes they saw on Facebook that one time, but didn't think to save the link.

    Promising review: "So far the book is amazing! I like that some of the recipes have step by step photos and that many of the recipes are some I remember from the legendary videos and some are new. The recipe I made so far was the 'Juiciest Honey-Glazed Fried Chicken Ever'. It was flavorful, juicy, and just delicious." —Keiser

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99 or a local bookstore on Indiebound here.

    35. A bath bomb, because it's been forever since your mom has taken a nice, long bubble bath and a glass of wine. This will be an incentive!

    Promising review: "Okay so this was my first bath bomb and it changed my life! There was so much glitter, I love it! I'm so happy I chose this as my first one, my skin is so soft and glittery and I'm just so in love!" —AriSara

    Get them from Urban Outfitters for $8 each. Also available in amethyst.

    36. And a touching journal you can fill out and give to your mom or dad to let them know just how much you adore them. Isn't that what Valentine's Day is about?

    Promising review: "I had my twins complete the What I Love About You books with their own art work for Father's Day rather than getting Daddy a card. He was in tears both from laughter over the kids hysterical comments, sayings, artwork and the pure sentiment and joy of receiving such a beautiful and special gift." —Kimberly Reckles

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    This is exactly how your parents will react when you give them your gifts!

    Freeform Original Productions

    Reviews here have been edited for length and/or clarity.

    Looking for even more Valentine's Day gift ideas? Check out all of BuzzFeed’s Valentine's gift guides here!


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