After the difficulties of putting three baskets into one picture together, I decided that, nope, I am NOT going to attempt that for fruit baskets. Because I just know that in my moving everything around, something is bound to roll off and bruise itself - usually the apples and oranges are the main culprits. So here are the fruit baskets, all separate.
The first on my list to introduce is the Fruit Oasis gift basket. Mmm, just look at that selection. The coconut and pineapple really brings out a tropical vibe. It was ordered by Linsey (Dubai, AE) and it's a get well gift for Gloria in Youghal, IE. Linsey chose this basket on purpose because she heard lots of citrus fruits would help Gloria recover.
Our next basket is a Heartfelt Condolences.
In times of bereavement, a gift to show a friend or loved one helps a lot in showing your support and care for them. Our sympathy baskets are always tastefully wrapped, the products carefully chosen to ensure a selection of fresh and ready to eat gourmet foods, and are all designed to bring comfort, and ideal for sharing, for the recipients at this difficult time.
Our last fruit gift basket is actually not a fruit at all. Rather, it's a cute alternative to somebody who just wants something simple to send their get well wishes along.
Heather had created this basket for Eve who isn't feeling very well. It's small, it's simple but endearingly cute. Our team also themed it a bit further with two cupcakes, hoping the something sweet would help perk Eve up from being under the weather.