I had great fun picking out Gift Hampers to show you today, as there were quite a few I hadn't included in any of my blogs yet. It's always exciting getting to show you new ideas and hamper designs, as we have such a wide range available. That's not to say they aren't as popular, they just haven't been shipping out on a Monday when I write the blog. :)
First of all I came across this luxury sympathy gift with the senders is Enniskerry, Ireland wishing to convey how sorry they were for their friends loss. This Extra Tasteful hamper contains a lovely array of tasty cheese, olives, paté, sun-dried tomatoes, antipasto and air-dried hams. These items are then built upon by chocolate truffles, toffee waffles and melt in the mouth mallows to add a sweet dimension. Drinks of fruit juice, coffee and tea really mean this hamper has everything! We hope the recipient in Goteberg, Sweden gains some sustenance from the contents and comfort from the thoughtfulness of the gift.
An Anniversary hamper caught my eye next as it is packed in one of our bamboo hampers rather than a wicker one, and so looks a little bit different. This was our popular Anniversary Wishes, for a general anniversary as you can see from the gift card included. Wine, cheese, crackers, chutney, biscuits & nuts - what more could a couple want to create their very own anniversary cheeseboard treat in their hometown of Market Harborough?
The next hamper, Bountiful Thank You, caught my eye due to its sheer size! It would be extremely difficult to miss this whopper from anywhere in the warehouse. It's difficult to convey the size in a photograph, but trust me when I say it is LARGE. I'm only 5 ft 3 (and a half, that half is important!) and definitely think I could fit into an empty hamper this size. "Go on, we dare you" I hear you cry! That's maybe one for a Friday Fun game.
I can't resist a customer created basket from our Create Your Own website, and I even recognised the order name as a past customer. We love to see customers ordering again as we know we're doing something right. This was a joint birthday present for his mum & dad in Skibbereen, Cork and there was plenty packed into it for them to share.