7 Women-Owned Businesses To Support On Mother’s Day

Emma Colosia Emma Colosia

7 Women-Owned Businesses To Support On Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is coming up! Give your mom a special gift supporting any of these women-owned businesses. 

There is nothing warmer than love from our moms, am I right? They deserve unlimited pampering every day and especially this May 9th. Express your love with an exceptional gift that will also support small women-owned businesses. It doesn’t get any better than that!

We asked our readers to share their favorite women-owned businesses with us around Seattle, and here’s what we got:

1. Shikorina Pastries 

What: Bakery 

Where: 2418 E Union St

Mom always deserves a sweet treat! Shikorina is a start-up bakery business made by Hana Johannes. She offers delicious, high-quality products made from locally sourced, fair-trade ingredients. 


2. Nordymade 

What: Jewelry

Where: Shop online. 

Nordy is a jewelry brand made by Sheryl, a local Seattlelite. She has inspired her pieces in architecture and the organized everyday life in Copenhagen, Sweden.


3. Fuji Bakery

What: Bakery 

Where: 1030 Elliott Ave W

We’re sure your mom will love the Japanese souffle cheesecake. The owner, Susien Lee, took over the bakery intending to produce healthy baked goods. 


3. Sway and Cake

What: Clothes and accessories


Where: 1124 E Pike Street

Sway and Cake is a fashion boutique that is almost 20 years old. It was established by fashion stylist Tamara Kilburn. 


4. Juniper Flowers

What: Floral Art 

Where: 459 N. 36th St

Juniper Flowers was founded in 2003 by Jean Louis Paquin Allen. She combines design concepts such as color and texture with unique blooms to create inspiring floral art for you to celebrate special times!


5. North Shore Coastal

What:  Jewelry

Where: Online

North Shore pieces are currently hand-crafted in the Seattle Area. The owner and creator is Lindsay Hanson, a Marine Biologist from Emerald City. All pieces are ocean safe and they have a special collection for Mother’s Day. 


6. Glassy Baby

What: Hand-blown glasses 

Where: Online 

Glassy Baby is a company that makes hand-blown glasses and is based in Seattle. Lee Rhodes created it in 2001 after she dropped a candle in a colored glass after being sick from cancer. They have beautiful artisanal gifts that’ll be delivered right to your doorstep. 

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