The time of love is almost upon us and the scrabble to find the perfect gift is here. Worry not I have some great gift ideas from traditional gifts to something a little different.
For the traditional at heart Eflorist have incredibly beautiful bouquets. I love this 12 rose bouquet which comes with free chocs too!
For the person in your life who is still a big kid at heart why not opt for one of these amazing scooters from Micro-Scooters. They have an amazing selection and you can even buy a scooter to match with your kids. MicroScooters also have an incredible scheme called Scooter Aid, this is what they say about it:
The premise is simple. Every Micro Scooter is built to last. So when your child has outgrown theirs, send it back to us and we’ll do the rest.We revamp and rehome your used Micro Scooter with children in need across the UK. Every pre-loved scooter you donate to us is another child we can help.
Maybe your other half is a bookworm and there are some great picks here if so:
A story of how Sally Arnold entered the world of rock n roll stars:
Once a mother, always a mother: Being a mother doesn’t stop when your kids grow up it just changes. This book explores this:
The Binding Room is the follow up book to The Jigsaw Man from bestselling author Nadine Matheson, perfect for people who enjoy thrillers:
Red Letter Days have a wide variety of gift experiences and letter box gifts, you could opt for a luxury hotel stay or something as simple yet thoughtful as a letterbox cheese subscription.
I’m a candle lover, well candle obsessed some may say and I adore these strongly scented candles from The Copenhagen Company:
I will always be happy with good pyjamas for any occasion and Pretty You London sell a range that normally only look super cute but feel great on your skin, made from Bamboo they can help regulate temperature and the fabric is soft and great for anyone with skin issues or nerve pain for this very reason.
* Items in this guide have been gifted for the purpose of this post.
Kala Trecarichi says
Aw, this was a very nice post. Taking the time and actual effort to make a good article… but what can I say… I hesitate a lot and don’t manage to get anything done.