The Perfect Mother’s Day Gift? KAYA Jewellery Review and Giveaway!

Now the drab and dreary month of January is finally over, I’m starting to look forward to Spring. Daffodils, warmer days, lighter evenings and yes, Mother’s Day. I’m particularly looking forward to it this year after having to share Mother’s Day with my eldest son’s birthday last year. No lie in for me!

To me Mother’s Day is different to birthdays and Christmas when it comes to buying and receiving presents. Receiving expensive, fancy gifts is always nice but this day is about the bond between a mum and her children. For that reason I love receiving something personal. It doesn’t matter how big or how small, just something that I know is just for me. Be it personalised cards, or homemade crafts the little ones have made themselves, there’s something special about opening something that so much thought has gone into.

With that in mind, KAYA Jewellery have created a beautiful and affordable range of mum and child jewellery. KAYA Jewellery is a company set up by fellow mum, Tanja, who named the company after one of her two children. They specialise in beautiful personalised jewellery for both mothers and their daughters. They do some truly gorgeous matching sets but also some stunning stand alone jewellery too.

I was lucky to receive this beautiful personalised necklace from KAYA, and I certainly wasn’t disappointed. Anyone who knows me will know I’m not one for ostentatious glitzy jewellery. I prefer understated, classic pieces which is just what this necklace is.
It arrived beautifully packaged in a little box and so would make a lovely gift.

KAYA gives you a choice of chains both in style and length  – I opted for the longer length Jasseron style. I also chose the light pink opal stone to sit along side my children’s names. I was delighted that there was enough room to fit all three names on, and although it must have been a fiddly task, the engraving is clear and easy to read.

The only other jewellery I wear is my engagement ring and wedding ring (which too is engraved) and so it’s nice to have something else that has meaning behind it. I have worn this necklace daily since it arrived and I’ve been thrilled with it. It’s subtle and timeless and I love wearing something so personal and unique to me.

KAYA Jewellery also donate a percentage of their profits to the Eduki Foundation in the Netherlands. The money goes to disadvantaged children in Gambia with the aim of sending 20 children to school. There’s a lovely page on the KAYA website with more information on giving back.

There are some really gorgeous items on the KAYA Jewellery website and I am delighted to be teaming up with them to offer a lucky reader a £40 voucher. This is an amazing prize. You could treat yourself or a loved one and can be certain you won’t be disappointed.

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For full details please see the terms and conditions below.

I was sent this necklace by KAYA Jewellery as a gift in exchange for this post. As always all opinions are my own and based on my own honest experience.

Terms & Conditions

The winner will receive £40 gift voucher to be sent at www.kayajewellery.co.uk

The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative. The giveaway will run from 12am on 11th February to 11.59pm on 16th March and is open to UK entries only. Entrants must use the Rafflecopter widget above and all entries will be checked. The winner will be chosen at random and informed by email. The successful entrant will then have one week to respond, if they haven’t within this timeframe then a new winner will be drawn. The winner will be contacted by KAYA Jewellery who will send over details of the voucher.

41 comments

  1. I would love a personalised necklace with my children’s names on, it would encourage me to wear jewellery more x

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