Our mission is to provide sweet and funny quality products that give you the opportunity to share with your mothers, daughters, friends, loved ones, or even yourself.
I am Amanda, the owner of Mōmi Mango based out of Ruston, LA, a wonderful small town with an amazing community. When I'm not helping customers, I am calculating the next time I can eat my favorite comfort food, Chick-Fil-A, and go for a walk/jog downtown.
I am a mother of two amazing daughters, Lauren and Molly. They are my world. After a premeditated tragic event on Christmas Day in 2019, I quickly realized the most important element of our design is to be in relationship with one another. It is crucial and necessary for every single person.
Mōmi is the nickname I call my youngest child, Molly, who the company is named after. She was a fun-filled, life of the party, Punky Brewster type kid, always making you laugh, cracking jokes, bringing out the best in yourself, and making you feel special. She has changed a lot since that Christmas day, but I still have hope for her and her sister as they are the reason behind what Mōmi Mango is, nurturing relationships.
Being able to help cultivate and nurture the relationships you have with your loved ones is what I want for you, especially those between mothers and daughters. They are so important. By giving to others, you show your love and care for them. Include yourself in your giving because your life is so important, for yourself and for others who know you.
We offer products that are sweet, funny, sassy, and uplifting that focus on the good, sweet, and funny attributes that Molly was and will someday become again.
We offer an array of quality products that will delight just about anyone who receives them. If you are not happy with an item that you receive, please email us and let us know. We are happy to help and offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
We believe that your life and the relationships that you have, matter. Continue to build upon them and know that others are grateful that you exist. You are enough.
~Amanda Layne Millwood