Lauren Nicole Jewelry and Gifts: Mom Jewelry That You Actually Want to Wear

I’m not gonna lie: Some of the mom jewelry out there is a little over the top. Maybe it’s just me, but a necklace with giant letters spelling out “MOM” isn’t really my style. Plus, I think carrying around a diaper bag, wearing yoga pants, my permanent ponytail, and having two toddlers hanging on my legs just screams “MOM”, don’t you think?

I’ve been on the hunt for MOM jewelry that is subtle, elegant, and tasteful. Oh, and it also has to be budget friendly because we all know that having kids puts a major cramp in the household budget. Well, I’ve found my match made in heaven. Check out Lauren Nicole Jewelry and Gifts:

I love that their designs are simple, yet diverse enough for every mom to find a piece of keepsake jewelry that fits her style. I have the hand stamped mini dome gold necklace and it fits my understated look perfectly. And at just $50, it fit my budget perfectly too! So much so that I also bought one for my best friend who is expecting a baby in August.

I think monogrammed jewelry makes the perfect keepsake baby shower gift. Each piece of jewelry is hand made to order and no two pieces are exactly alike. I love the “imperfections”, as it really adds to the individuality of each piece. You can even have your child’s artwork, hand or footprints, or their silhouette engraved onto a pendant for a truly unique piece of keepsake jewelry.

Whether you are shopping for yourself, a mama-to-be, or even your husband (they have men’s gifts too!), Lauren Nicole Jewelry and Gifts is a one stop shop. You can visit their website here, become a fan on Facebook, and they are even on Twitter. They are constantly adding to their collection, so following them is a great way to stay updated on what is new.

 

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