Mother’s Day with Love Layla Designs

Mother’s Day is always a bit of a mix of emotions for me because I have spent most of them as a single mum. In general I am not one for soppy cards and messages anyway but I used to wish there was someone who could help my son make up a little card or get breakfast in bed together for me. That’s the thing about big holidays – they often make parenting outside of the “normal” 2.2 happy family thing feel a bit, well…a bit small I guess. Different anyway.

So when a brand called Love Layla got in touch to ask if I would review their Mother’s Day range, I kind of rolled my eyes, I’m not going to lie. More soppy cards all written around the “perfect” family (FYI – no such thing) I thought to myself.

But how WRONG could I have been?!

Mother's Day Love Layla Designs

Love Layla is a brand that gets me. A bit rude, tongue in cheek, witty, often getting the point spot on in under 30 characters (ok, that bit is def not me) – the Love Layla collection has something for everyone who has a sense of humour and a distaste for three pages of floral poetry.

Love Layla create:

  • cards
  • balloons
  • wrapping paper
  • wine labels (my fave) and
  • badges

all with a slightly dry humour and a modern twist to the usual barf you get served up in card shops.

The cards are blank inside so you can write your own short note / heartfelt message / essay if you so wish and that is just the way I like it.

Mother's Day cards with a difference Love Layla Designs

If you know a mum who is doing it all this Mother’s Day and running solo with this parenting thing then why not take a second to think of them, pop over and pick up a card from Love Layla designs for £3.75, wrap up a box of choccies with their funny wrapping paper, stick one of their LOL wine labels on a bottle and give that hard-working mother a little something to smile about this Mother’s Day.

There are of course a whole range of designs to choose from, with plenty of PG and non-PG variety depending on who you are buying for. There is even a selection of Grandma cards which I am eyeing up because in all honesty, the Grandma’s in our family do as much (if not more) work than the mothers – we definitely subscribe to the theory it takes a village to raise a child and I think it’s a lovely way to acknowledge that.

So if you know a lovely mother with a great sense of humour I definitely can recommend this brand. The website is super easy to navigate, the posting process was super speedy and they are offering free delivery on all orders.

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This is a collaborative post.

1 Comment

  1. Julia
    February 22, 2018 / 12:01

    This looks a great idea! I’ll check them out xx

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