There are always unforgettable experiences and joyful, nostalgic moments to celebrate. My motto is: there is always a reason to give a thoughtful gift. Whether you're celebrating the new addition to the family, the happy bride and groom, or the optimistic graduate, there's always an opportunity to gift. Wedding season has begun, graduation and Mother's Day are both right around the corner. These are all perfect opportunities to make others feel loved and valued.
I'm pretty sure giving gifts is one of my love languages. Finding or creating the perfect gift gives me all the feels. This isn't the case for everyone. Giving, other than money, flowers, or gift cards, can be a daunting task for some.
Below, I am sharing a few of my ideas for ways to give meaningful, thoughtful gifts for those upcoming special occasions.
The invitation has been received. You know what you're want to wear (because that's important too), but now, the gift. Everything is already purchased off the registry, now what? Finding the perfect gift can be no easy task.
A thoughtful gift idea for the happy couple could be a watercolor of their wedding day. Ana of IdeasToPaper offers custom wedding portraits that are a perfect gift to give.
A gift basket filled with items for their new home or things for them to enjoy together are great ideas. This gift includes The Date Night Cookbook, Mr. & Mrs. trinket tray, let’s stay home oversized pillow, picture frame, throw blanket, and tote.
Mother's Day is almost here, so it's time to pick the perfect gift for your mom and other special women in your life.
Are you feeling a little pressure to come up with the perfect gift that expresses how much you care? Gift baskets and boxes are always a great gift idea, but don't forget about the new mommies and those who have lost their moms.
Fill the gift with items mom can use and enjoy, things only for her and not something she has to share with others.
This gift includes a picture frame, candle with matches, a love trinket heart tray, to-do list pad, lemonade but you can always add something a little stronger, a healthy treat, or add some chocolate.
It’s that time of the year, and since we can't reverse the clock to turn our kiddos into little ones again, we might as well celebrate, right? We are hoping and praying for the graduating class of 2020 to be able to have a graduation with their peers, family, and friends. We are all looking forward to seeing the graduates in their caps and gowns, marching down the aisle to Pomp and Circumstance, and receive their diplomas. Thoughtful gifts for these graduates can include items that motivate, encourage, and celebrate there all work. Gift items that will prepare them for college or the workforce.
This gift includes a happy pop-up encouragement card, Life is Now wooden block, Think Big notebook, College Survival Playing Cards, and Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years interactive book. These items come inside a pine box with a matching school color ribbon.
by Lisa Paden
The Personal Gift Basket Co.