Christmas Gift Guide
With Christmas just five weeks away you’re probably racking your brain for inspiration on that perfect present for your loved one. With so much choice out there gift buying can be difficult and headache-inducing. Take time to plan your shopping trip, it can mean the difference between a last minute panic buy and a thoughtful present your special someone will cherish.
The best way to start the gift buying process is by taking time to think about who you are buying for; rushing around the shops without clear direction is a recipe for disaster and unneeded stress. Simple things like finding out what their hobbies are or what their favourite brands or perfume are can be great places to start generating ideas for their perfect present. Adhering to their personality can also bring up gift inspiration. We’ve put together a couple of gift guides for some personalities we all know!
For the woman who has it all
Finding the right gift for someone who seemingly has everything is a difficult task. To avoid disappointment why not go down the personalised route? Beautiful picture frames displaying memorable photos or trinket boxes filled with special keepsakes are bound to be a winner.
For the foodie
We all know someone who is constantly in the kitchen. Useful kitchen accessories like pretty cake tins, quirky storage jars or even a cute bread making kit will satisfy their appetite, and who knows maybe they’ll even share their yummy creations with you!
For the glamorous girl
For those that love a bit of glitz and glamour pretty trinket boxes, iconic perfumes and all things luxurious will have them feeling extra special this Christmas.
Don’t leave it too late
Now that you’ve found the perfect present it’s time to make sure it gets to them for the big day! The post office has put together this handy webpage on the last posting dates for Christmas delivery. Retailers will have last Christmas buying dates clearly advertised or a postcode checker that will tell you the last dates to order by! So there’s no excuse for your gift not being under the Christmas tree.
November 21st 2013