The Art of Gifting
Outside of the gift-giving frenzy around the various holidays (yes we do that very well here in the U.S.!) we've grown accustomed to friends' text messages over the years asking us for gift advice for an engagement party, a host/hostess gift, a birthday etc. Growing up we were always taught that it's the thought that counts, and also the idea of giving a gift you would like to receive. Here are some of our favorite go-to gifts for different occasions.
We have sent different assortments of these A BabyLit® books to friends and family over the years to celebrate the arrivals of little ones. The books are probably more fun for adults!
Who doesn't love experimenting with different beauty products? Enter Birchbox. We've given these gift subscriptions to siblings who shared their delight at receiving a box each month. Men and women deserve to be pampered. You should probably just get yourself a subscription. #TreatYoSelf
Spiritual Gangster's signature t-shirt is soft with a cheeky design edge and remains the perfect token of appreciation for the fashionably chilled gent in your life. We love the new color combo. The beard is optional (and ladies you can also easily wear the shirt too!). (New shoppers get a 10% discount if you sign up for their email list!)
It's a housewarming party! Are you feeling bored by the idea of toting along a bottle of vino? Why not bring along a little something different for the host/hostess? We remain huge fans of the Sofia Mini Blanc de Blanc (available in 4 packs). And yes, it's by that Coppola family. We've also spied these cute cans nestled in wedding guest welcome bags and adding a pop of color to the tablescape at an engagement party.
Don't forget the furry friends in your life! Kong products and toys remain our favorite for Lady Guinness and her pet crew. Their clever design and durability make them a win-win for soothing our puppy at night or meeting her ever-changing teething needs. We have personally tested the hippo and well, he's delightful.
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