The ultimate Mother’s Day gift guide for Vancouverites

bottle of prosecco and flowers that say happy mother's day

Calling all Vancouverite mommies.  Get ready for an epic day/week/month of treats, pampers, and straight up living your best life. Lots of local and international businesses have been prepping for months to deliver the best, luxurious experiences that you deserve. From fashion to staycations, we have selected the best of the best only for you, Mom.  Send this article to your loved ones and let’s hope they take the hint.


Fashion, Outfits, Bags, and Accessories. All from eclectic to quiet luxury items. Think – how can I elevate my everyday needs?


Asymmetrical Bag Cloud

Cost | $298
Where | 1001 Robson Street
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asymmetrical white leather bag from Roots


Laela sunglasses

Cost | $365
Where | 925 W. Georgia Street
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Ba&sh laila sunglasses

Poppy Barley

The Lug mules

Cost | $298
Where | 2144 W. 4th Avenue
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Poppy Barley log mules

Banana Republic

Charlize linen midi dress

Cost | $250
Where | 1098 Robson Street
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Charlize linen midi dress from Banana Republic

Borame Candles

Korean-Canadian scented candles

Cost | $29
Where | Online
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borame scented candle


Jo straw rancher hat

Cost | $120
Where | Online
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rancher straw hat from Brixton

Alder Apparel

Rain or shine coat

Cost | $182.50
Where | Online
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yellow rain coat from alder apparel

Sarah Bijoux

Duo I freshwater pearl necklace and bracelet set

Cost | $140
Where | Online
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pearl necklace and bracelet set from sarah bijoux


Elliot 14-karat gold huggie earrings

Cost | $475
Where | Online
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Welleree gold huggie earrings


Showing your mom you care doesn’t have to be expensive. We’d all love to send our mom’s away for a trip of a lifetime, but it’s not always feasible – but staycations are. Here are some of the most unique or most pampering kinds of trips in your backyard.

Wilderness Resort Getaway

Klahoose is an all-inclusive resort is only accessible by boat or seaplane. If you want to be off-the grid, this one should be your choice. It’s an all-inclusive eco-resort in the British Columbia coastal wilderness of Desolation Sound. Wake up to the views and sounds of the ocean, relax in the wood sauna and then take in all the nature with outdoor morning yoga, kayaking through the mountains or boat tours and then wind down with a campfire at night and guided Indigenous story telling.

Where | Homfray Channel, Desolation Sound Powell River A
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Klahoose Wilderness Resort

Hotel staycation

Keep it simple and stay at Vancouver’s only urban resort, you will feel like in a true retreat. They have a heated outdoor pool, cedar barrel saunas and world-class amenities (from Peloton bikes to the VIDA Spa) that makes it the ideal wellness break.   They even have a special on now through May 31, when you book a stay of four nights or more, you get complimentary self-parking and a $50 daily resort credit to use at the hotel’s three dining venues (H Tasting Lounge, H2 Kitchen + Bar, and T&Co.) and for in-room dining services.

Promo Code | ZX0
Where | 1601 Bayshore Drive
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the pool overlooking the inlet at the westin bayshore hotel

Rainforest Ritual experience

The Willow Stream Spa is offering an immersive experience called the Rainforest Ritual that’s a journey through the elements. Starting with scents that will transport you to a forest using notes of cedar, fir and pine, followed by a recharge pacific sea salt scrub and a detoxifying bath soak in a Japanese style Ofuro tub. There is also a heated Canadian Wilderness Oil massage, using hot basalt stones on the back and feet before removing impurities with a glacial clay mask for face and feet. The experience ends with a healthy lunch, and toast to the rainforest with a complimentary glass of Moët & Chandon for each guest.

Cost | $600
Where | Fairmont Pacific Rim, 1038 Canada Place
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a man getting a facial with drops


The way to everyone’s heart is through the stomach. Here are the top restaurants offering a special Mother’s Day brunch from seafood to buffets.

Coast Restaurant


The famous Mother’s Day Seafood Brunch Buffet is back this year. Enjoy towers of fresh seafood including oysters, marinated P.E.I. mussels and poached tiger prawns, plus chef’s carving station featuring Herb Rubbed Canadian Prime Striploin, Salmon Wellington, Seafood Paella and Whole Atlantic Lobster. Make sure you make a reservation because they are offering it for one day only.  All moms get a free glass of Prosecco, as they should.

Cost | $90/person // $30/kids
Where | 1054 Alberni Street
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seafood tower at Coast restaurant

The Victor


Spoil moms with a special Mother’s Day Sunday dinner on the rooftop hangout of Parq Vancouver.  Enjoy Slow Roasted Prime Rib served with Yorkshire puddings, Mashed Potatoes, Crispy Brussel Sprouts and Au Jus.  Check out the special features too, like ‘Momma Said…’ cocktail, inspired by Forrest Gump’s famous quote (Cognac, Coconut milk, Crème de Coco, Kahlua) and a complimentary dessert cart with mini baked Goodes, chocolates and candy.

Where | Parq Vancouver, 39 Smithe Street
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people sitting on a patio outside with umbrellas and lights

Honey Salt


Here is for the moms who like an extra boujee brunch –   add a custom bouquet of flowers for $85 and have it ready and waiting on your table when you arrive. Obviously bubbles will be available.  Pop in to casino Level 2 on the way in or out for a complimentary photo booth session from 1pm – 5pm.

Where | Parq Vancouver, 39 Smithe Street
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girls cheersing mimosas at a restaurant



Sip and brunch dock side for a relaxing afternoon spent with your loved ones. Dockside’s regular brunch is already special, but this special brunch, is buffet style that’s as decadent as the panoramic views of False Creek and the mountains.

Cost | $109/person // $55/kid
Where | 1253 Johnston Street
Website | Instagram

a restaurant table with a view of the ocean in Vancouver

Natasha Cova-Mendoza


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