Need a Gift for Mom for Mother’s Day? Enter for a Chance to Win Jewelry from Wendy Mignot!

We have five pieces of jewelry from Florida designer Wendy Mignot to give away—keep reading to find out how you can enter for a chance to win.

 

Based in Seaside, Florida, jewelry designer Wendy Mignot creates boho-chic pieces that are just right for your mother’s next vacation at the beach. With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we’re partnering with Wendy Mignot to give you a chance to win one of the five beautiful pieces below to give to Mom!

 

Wendy Mignot is also giving Coastal Living readers a discount to use from now until May 31–enter the code CLDCMOM20 at check out to receive $20 off your entire order. It can be used an unlimited amount of times, but cannot be combined with other promotions. Happy shopping!

 

Wendy Mignot Plie Necklace

This drop pearl and leather necklace is the perfect piece to pair with a dress that has a lower neckline.

Plie Freshwater Necklace White (16”), $250

 

Wendy Mignot Breezy Five Pearl Necklace

The ideal piece for layering, this simple pearl necklace is a beautiful find.

Breezy Five Pearl Freshwater Necklace (16”), $125

 

Wendy Mignot Little Toboga Pearl Bracelet

We love the mix of pink and white pearls on this knotted leather bracelet.

Little Toboga Freshwater Pearl Bracelet in Multicolor (7”), $150

 

Wendy Mignot Three Pearl Bracelet

This sweet bracelet features three pearls and a pearl-and-leather knot clasp.

Three Pearl Freshwater Bracelet (7”), $150

 

Wendy Mignot Six Drop Earrings

Leather and pearl drop earrings are an easy way to make a style statement.

Six Drop Freshwater Earrings in White, $250

 

How to Win:

To enter for a chance to win, comment below and, in 100 words or less, tell us about one of your favorite memories with your mom. You have until 11:59 pm EST on Friday, May 5, to enter. Best of luck, and happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers out there!

 

See full contest rules here.

 

Images courtesy of WendyMignot.com.

COMMENTS

  1. Crissie Woolard

    My favorite memory is more about something my mom does than a single moment in time She has always love dancing. Ever since I was a little girl she always dances. She will be in the middle of vacuuming and break out dancing or cooking and she’ll be dancing but bless her heart she is always dancing

    May 3, 2017 at 6:20 pm
  2. Crissie Woolard

    Not sure if you need my email address but I forgot to post that it is Jaccwc@gmail.com
    Thank you for the generous Mother’s Day giveaway. And happy Mother’s Day to

    May 3, 2017 at 6:22 pm
  3. Mary E Stover

    My mother in law is my mother, she is so kind and loving, has always been a big inspiration fior me when I became a mother of 3. I am forever grateful fot her loving guidance!

    May 3, 2017 at 8:20 pm
  4. Debbie Bayless

    My Mom is 91 years young, still going strong, except for reg aches and pains!! But.. One of my favorite memories is her teaching me to swim in the hotel pool , while on vacation, when I was under 10yrs old! She swam so pretty and I thought to myself I’ll never be able to look like that while swimming! But she and my Dad encouraged me and soon I learned to swim!! Now I love to swim! I still enjoy carrying her off every week! Love my Mother!! ❤️

    May 3, 2017 at 9:09 pm
  5. Debra Case

    My fav memories are of us back when I was a kid and we’d sit together right before bedtime, and just talk about our day. We’d listen to radio shows & calming music together, and laugh while the shows, or the music played. Then we’d hug and say I love you, then off to bed.

    May 3, 2017 at 10:02 pm
  6. Ciara James

    This was tough, as there are so many favorited memories that my Mom and I share together. The first to come to mind is when I gave birth to my son 2 1/2 months ago. In the hospital my Mom never left my side and even helped me to laugh a little bit. She was the first to hold my son and seeing her face with tears of joy in her eyes to be a Grandma for the first time, is a memory that I will never forget.

    May 4, 2017 at 6:27 am
  7. Vanessa Lindsay

    Mother raised three children when my Dad died. She worked long hours as a beautician and we saw her mostly early morning and late at night. We all graduated college, two with masters’ degree. She herself only completed 8th grade. One Sunday morning we had car trouble, but she started us walking to church 3 miles away certain we would catch a ride. We sang and laughed and a mile later our pastor picked us up! She taught us that faith and determination would take us far!

    May 4, 2017 at 4:16 pm
  8. Kelly Johnson

    When she was living. 😦

    May 4, 2017 at 5:43 pm
  9. Tina L Clough

    It’s hard to choose just one good memory but here it goes. Away from home at school for almost a year and Christmas was approaching. I didn’t have much money and had accepted the fact that I was staying on campus for Christmas while my family gathered over 1500 miles away. My mom knew how hurt I was over not being able to go and she sent me an early Christmas present. I got a letter 5 days before Christmas with a bus ticket home!

    May 4, 2017 at 7:07 pm
  10. Sheri Cape

    My favorite memory of my mom is when her granddaughter, my daughter was born. When the wheeled Hannah into the room in her little pink striped Cap, my mom burst into happy tears. I think she thought she would never see the day since I was a “mature” mom. She lived and loved her granddaughter with a fierce love until she passed away when Hannah was 18. Now my daughter and I have many happy memories of “Granny” that the two of us share. Those memories are ours alone, and they bring us even closer. 💕💕

    May 5, 2017 at 12:36 pm
  11. Cath Woods

    It was at a karoke bar in Bali,thought she could drop it like she’s hot ,she jiggled a bit but ghetto she’s not,boy did we laugh so did everyone else a memory of Mum I hold very close.

    May 5, 2017 at 5:29 pm
  12. Olivia Addison

    When I was turning 5, I was in a serious 101 Dalmatians phase. My mother created for me a fabulous ensemble by sewing black furry spots to a fancy white dress. She made a pink dog collar necklace and each guest received their own dog tag. My mom blew up about 25 beach balls. We children ran in a pack all over the yard, chasing the balls and panting like puppies. I’ll never forget that perfect birthday my mom imagined and shared with me.

    May 5, 2017 at 5:48 pm
  13. Rhonda

    I have wonderful memories of trips that my mom and I have taken together, including our drive across country when I moved in 1998 from Florida to California. I wouldn’t trade these memories for anything!

    May 5, 2017 at 8:17 pm
  14. Bev Nichols

    My mom used to make clothes for us, matching mother-daughter outfits, Christmas pj’s, and Easter capes for my sister and I. Her classic sense of style guides me even now…which is why I’d love to win this beautiful pearl jewelry! Thanks!!

    May 5, 2017 at 8:28 pm
  15. Sharon Jacobs-Manick

    Everyday with my MoM was a favorite!
    MoM was my best friend,now missed!!!
    I gave her a surprise 70th BD Party!
    Always funny, she said, “How did you get all these people here” Next to nothing got by MoM,it was amazing she was shocked!Now I’m close to my 70th
    Lots more happy memories with my smart quick witted fun MoM💖

    May 5, 2017 at 9:13 pm
  16. Bre Mitchell

    One of my favorite memories was when my mom would play my favorite game, Mouse Trap. She would play it over and over (and over lol!!) at my request even when I’m sure she didn’t want to. I will never forget sitting on the living room floor, with her, playing that game.

    May 5, 2017 at 9:15 pm
  17. Monica S Wharton

    My mom was my best friend, a confidant and great role model. I was 40 years young, single mom and pregnant. My mom supported my choice to have my son and spent time with me to watch my son born and stayed with me after. She was undergoing chemo therapy for cancer but despite this took time from work, her health and spent time with me to be there. Will never forget her !!

    May 5, 2017 at 10:00 pm

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