Ah, mothers. They are easy to love but sometimes hard to shop for. If you're at a loss, here are some suggestions: 

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Wild Flowers Scented Soap Petals. Place in a dish to brighten up a bathroom. Each bud is so realistic that it will be hard to tear off a few petals to use for single-use hand washing. $9.99. World Market.

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L'Occitane Glamorous Gift Box. Pick five of her favorite L'Occitane beauty essentials and they'll be packaged for her in a gorgeous gift box. We recommend filling it with the Shea Butter Hand Cream, Immortelle Divine Cream, Almond Shower Oil, Immortelle Divine Youth Oil and Lavender Foaming Bath. Price varies depending on the products you choose. But if you spend $55 or more, you'll also receive a Terre de Lumière gift box with a L’Eau Eau de Toilette, L’Eau Beautifying Body Milk and L’Eau Gentle Shower Gel. L'Occitane at SouthPark Mall. 

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"Mom" Stemless Wine Glass. Toast mom with this wine glass decorated with genuine gold. $14.95. Williams Sonoma. 

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Pearl Tulle Social Stole. From Karl Lagerfeld Paris, the famous Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld's  lower priced line. $79. Dillard's at SouthPark Mall. 

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Bowery Crossbody With Tea Rose Turnlock. This petite leather purse comes in two colors (chalk or peony) and has a convertible chain that can be worn long or short. $250. Coach at SouthPark Mall. 

WIG PARTY!

 Wig Party hosts Regine and Andreas Bechtler. Regine wore a red wig and Andreas channeled his inner rock star. 

Wig Party hosts Regine and Andreas Bechtler. Regine wore a red wig and Andreas channeled his inner rock star. 

If you're looking for a fun idea for your next soiree, follow artists Regine and Andreas Bechtler's lead and host a Wig Party.

 From left: Regine Bechtler's daughter, Marie; Berhan Nebioglu; prize-winning wig wearer Ruth Ava Lyons; Claudia Griffin; Pam Stowe; and Olivia Fortson.

From left: Regine Bechtler's daughter, Marie; Berhan Nebioglu; prize-winning wig wearer Ruth Ava Lyons; Claudia Griffin; Pam Stowe; and Olivia Fortson.

Guests weren't required to wear a costume but they did have to wear a wig. 

 Sculptures in the art-filled home and grounds were decorated with wigs.

Sculptures in the art-filled home and grounds were decorated with wigs.

Prizes were given for the top two wigs. The winners were Ruth Ava Lyons in a magical wig with antlers; and John Witherington in an enormous red bouffant. 

 John Witherington won a prize for his hilarious bouffant wig.

John Witherington won a prize for his hilarious bouffant wig.

 Regine beckons guests to try an incredible spread of food by Aneta Lentzy.

Regine beckons guests to try an incredible spread of food by Aneta Lentzy.

Aneta Lentzy catered the delicious array of food. 

 Couture designer Luis Machicao with Regine Bechtler.

Couture designer Luis Machicao with Regine Bechtler.

Many of the guests are fans of wigs and have huge collections - one admitted to owning 60 wigs! Hostess Regine shared a great tip: Instead of wearing a hat in the winter, she loves to wear wigs, especially when she travels, as a stylish and fun way to keep her head warm.