Mother’s Day Giveaway: Pacifica Indian Coconut Nectar Deluxe Duo (3 Winners)

Pacifica Mother's Day Giveawayy


Happy Mother’s Day My Beauties! In honor of all the wonderful moms out there, I wanted to host a fabulous giveaway as a way to celebrate the beauty of motherhood in all it’s forms.

I’m absolutely smitten with Pacifica’s new just-in-time-for-summer Indian Coconut Nectar fragrance, a sensuous warm sultry blend of coconut and creamy vanilla. It’s yummy, sexy, tropical and my new fav home fragrance for summer. The Indian Coconut Nectar Deluxe Edition Reed Diffuser ($32) and Indian Coconut Nectar Deluxe Edition Soy Candle ($28) are gorgeous milky white containers for displaying and infusing your home with this yummy goodness, not to mention the insanely gorgeous colorful detailed packaging that they come in that you SO don’t wanna throw away. And adding to the appeal is the fact that all of Pacifica’s products are 100% Vegan and Cruelty Free.

Sounds pretty fab, right? I’m giving away three sets of this gorgeous sultry home fragrance duo and here are the details of this FAB Mother’s Day Giveaway:

  • Prize: 3 Winners will each receive a Pacifica Romy Raves Curated Indian Coconut Nectar Duo which includes 1 Pacifica Deluxe Reed Diffuser & 1 Pacifica Deluxe Soy Candle ($60 Value)
  • How to Enter: Please use the Rafflecopter Widget below for your entries. You can enter daily through tweeting & posting a comment on this blog post
  •  Restrictions: Must be 18+, US resident
  •  Contest Dates: 5/7/14 to 5/22/14 at 12 am EST

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Comments

  1. Cynthia Richardson says:

    My best. Mother’s Day was my first, 24 years ago, along with my own mom. Last year’s Mother’s Day was pretty great also with my new grandson!

  2. melanie huttner says:

    My favorite mother’s day was the last one I spent with my mom because we had a beautiful day together at the Botanic Gardens.

  3. jules m. says:

    my youngest made me a book, with photos she’d drawn of all the books i’d read to her as a child.

  4. Jennifer Shelton says:

    My first mothers day 🙂

  5. Last mothers day I spent at the beach with my family. It was also my little brother and sisters birthday. And It was also the day after I proposed to my now wife. So it was a good celebration

  6. Carissa Joslyn says:

    Having my first mothers day, when my son was 5 months old 🙂 I don’t need expensive gift, or anything. just my kids being healthy is all I need.

  7. I think it would have to be my first Mothers Day as a new mom! There’s nothing like that feeling of being a new mom and getting into the “Mothers Day” club for the first time!

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  8. Actually it was this year. My entire family (my parents, all 5 of my siblings, our spouses and kids) all spent the day at the zoo. It was absolutely wonderful!

  9. Christy Peeples DuBois says:

    I do not have a favorite Mother’s Day memory that comes to mind. I do enjoy being with my mother and daughters each Mother’s Day and that is memorable.

  10. krystal pena says:

    when my husband got me a mother to be neck less 🙂

  11. Jenna Freeman says:

    My fondest Mother’s Day memory I would have to say would be this last one, We took our fifteen month old out to brunch with my family in town. We then spent the day at the park playing ball, hula hooping, grilling out and running around. I had a blast and so did everyone who got together.

  12. John Hutchens says:

    My fondest mothers day was last year with my mother

  13. Sandy Cain says:

    My fondest Mother’s Day memory is the Mother’s Day I had when I was pregnant. I felt SO special, knowing I soon would become a mom!

  14. Melissa Mazzur says:

    Planting flowers with my little ones! It has become a tradition now!

  15. Melissa S says:

    The year my husband gave me my mothers ring is my fondest Mother’s Day memory. It had the hardest year we ever faced and it was even more sentimental than that kind of jewelry usually is.

  16. I think my first mother’s day as a mother myself had to be the most special. I didn’t get gifts or anything, but I just suspected I’d never get to be a mom and there I was looking at my daughter’s perfect little face and my husband was by my side. I realized I had gotten everything I really wanted in life without really trying!
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  17. Marti Tabora says:

    My fondest mothers day memory is when my son was little and he made me a card at school and he put a lot of work into it and was so proud of it.

  18. Ashley Trail says:

    The first year that my baby boy was born, I will never forget it !

  19. ERICA WEAVER says:

    my fondest memory of mom is when i first brought her breakfast in bed burnt toast and runny eggs

  20. Melissa C. says:

    My son making me a home made card, he used ripped up paper to make a heart and put ini love you to pieces mommy, I remember that day. The sweetest card I’ve ever gotten.

  21. just at the park with my eldest.. he was SUCH a toot that day and it was kind of hilarious

  22. Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    My fondest Mother’s Day is the last one we spent with my Nana. It was such a beautiful day. I miss my Nana everyday.

  23. Tresha Mcfadden says:

    I loved going to the zoo with my mom when I was younger.

  24. Spending a week in the Smokey Mountains.

  25. Mt first Mother’s Day in 2001!

  26. MISSY MARIE says:

    The greatest Mother’s day was when I had moved from Fl. to SC. 4 years ago. My 2 kids and I were able to spend the day with my Mom.

  27. Darlene Owen says:

    When my son was little he entered a contest for Mothers Day essay, he won me a crystal bell that I cherish.

  28. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    My fondest memory is actually recorded in photograph for posterity! My daughters are now 27 and 25, but when the were 5 and 3, we went to my parent’s home for dinner, and of course, the girls were all dressed up for church in all of their finery, including tights, shiny shoes, flowery dresses, and hats.

    There is often a waiting period between getting home from church and actually sitting down for dinner, so the girls asked if they could go outside to play and I said, “Sure!” It wasn’t long before I heard crying and my oldest girl came. Inside in tears because she has fallen and skinned her knee, tearing a hole in her new tights. I think she was more upset about that than the “owie”!

    Of course, Grandpa needed a picture of his girls, so, there we are, all dressed up, with one tear-stained face, a hole in the tights, and a sad smile. It’s his favorite picture, so he had it enlarged!

  29. Thank you! Wish my mom lives close to us
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  30. Mystry says:

    Every day with my mom is special; she is the best mom I could ever have! (: It doesn’t have to be Mother’s Day!

  31. brittany h says:

    Spending mothers day at a race for breast cancer walk.

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