Maybe because my sister is pregnant right now and I'm about to be an aunt, but the baby baskets are especially drawing my attention recently. Like this Gorgeous New Mummy basket sitting in the packaging area today.
At first glance, it may look like a pamper basket. But really, it's a pamper basket for a new mum. It's the perfect gift to make them feel pampered after bringing their bundle of joy to the world. This one is a little special as well, the sender had requested and chosen to add a baby grow in the basket as well which gives it a little twist to a standard baby basket, because usually, it's things for baby and maybe one item for mummy (or daddy), but this time round, it's everything for mummy and only one thing for baby!
I think I covered a Toys for Girls basket not too long ago (one or two weeks ago?), but here it is again but different - it's wrapped up and ready to be boxed for transit!
It's for an unwell little girl in London called Emily. The sender wishes she would feel better soon and would be up and bouncing up and down before you know it. They are also waiting for her to visit Paris with them as well! That sounds like something anybody would get better for. Have a speedy recovery, Emily!
Last but not least, with Valentines out of the way, we have Mother's Day, Easter and Father's Day coming up. For me, I think the most difficult hamper design would be for Father's Day. And if you're a bit stumped for gifts, how about considering our Gourmet Dad basket?
A bottle of wine, some pate and cheese and a Best Dad flag, it's ideal for any dads out there with a taste for wine and cheese. Today's basket is actually going as a birthday present to Idan in London. He is dearly missed by his family in Israel and they decided to send him this gift as a surprise.