Mother's Day is a time to celebrate and cherish the special relationships and unbreakable bonds we each share with our mothers and mother figures They are our guiding lights who show us unwavering love, support, and guidance.
To celebrate this special day, we connected with three of our beautiful customers to share sentimental stories about their mothers and celebrate their unique relationships that warm the heart and soul.
We are honoured to be part of our customers' journeys, connecting them to their loved ones through meaningful and intentional jewellery.
A story of unconditional love and growth. Mother and daughter duo, Cassie and Goldie, cherish precious moments of kisses and cuddles with their Keepsake locket.
Goldie is like my little mini me. We’re so close because we’re so alike and she’s just the most amazing little force and I love her for that.
A moment of some comforting kisses and cuddles.
She’s matured me, taught me patience and shown me what unconditional love is, truly.
An inseparable bond made stronger through moments of adversity, Mother and Daughter Michelle and Madii, celebrate their closeness through their matching Keepsake lockets.
Our relationship is really special. We are like best friends. My mum is someone I can talk to without judgment and she is always there to support me. We have been through a lot together so it's made us grow close. I know no matter what Mum will be there and will go out of her way to help. The love is reciprocated too.
In our gorgeous locket is a moment from my 18th birthday. We went to Walt Disney World to celebrate. I grew up going to the Disney Theme Parks with my mum so it's a special place for us. The photo was taken outside Cinderella Castle in Fantasyland.
Mum has shown me the importance of independence and being yourself. She taught me parts of my cultural identity and gave me the support to pursue all my passions. This allowed me to learn who I was by giving everything a go.
There have been so many pieces of advice and wisdom, some inappropriate on a blog like this! But she always said 'if you've got nothing nice to say, say nothing at all'. This has proven to be useful in so many situations. It's a given not to say anything unkind to people, but you should take that approach when you talk about yourself too. This advice helps with positive thinking and overall kindness to yourself and others.
Is there a piece of heirloom jewellery you plan on passing down through the generations?
We are very lucky to have many pieces of jewellery that get passed down. I've been given rings from my great-grandmother which I for sure will pass down. A piece that means more to me is my mum's engagement ring. I can't wait until I can wear that and then pass it through the generations.
We make sure to spend time with mum, usually by having lunch together. This year will be a luncheon with my sister-in-law's family too as we all get to spend time with my nieces. We also usually buy mum something sentimental for the day too.
Sisters Mikaela, Andrea and Jordan reminisce on special moments shared with their Mother before she passed. Finding strength in each other, they honour their Mum each day when wearing their Keepsake lockets.
As triplets, there has always been a closeness and knowing that we held for one another. It’s hard to put into words because we don’t know any different. I suppose the best way to explain it is like sister / best friends. We went through practically every stage of life together, we all had different groups but the same friends, and of course, we have a heavy arsenal of inside jokes that would take a lifetime to explain. No one else in the world will ever know each of us the way we all do
This moment was of Mum at Mikaela’s engagement party in 2021. She was so happy and had the best time. It’s also a rare photo of her because she would usually shy away from the camera.
She was always fair. She made every effort to make sure our opportunities were equal and the time she spent with us individually was the same as the others. Our appreciation for this has developed over the years. We all have a strong sense of fairness and I think we are all generous in the time we give to others. We learnt this from her.
She loved to cook and although we each have very different skills in the kitchen, this was definitely the greatest thing she passed down. Apart from the skill of physically cooking, it was also a valuable thing to give; time spent creating and sharing.
We each were given a piece of her iconic jewellery that she always wore. This included her engagement and wedding bands, as well as her gold necklace.
This will be the first Mother’s Day since she passed away. The day will likely take a new shape over the years. Though will likely remain a day for us to be together with our Dad and family to remember.