I had originally lined up a baby basket for photography today, mainly because it was called New Mother's Survival and my little sister is barely surviving with her precious bundle of joy (another sleepless night last night apparently), I even had the pictures all done! But then I walked into the assembly area and saw all the Father's Day baskets and thought I should really take the chance to show those off instead. After all, Father's Day is only once a year, and I can feature a baby basket any time, yes?I chose a customer creation
which looked rather unique.
There are two customer creations today for recipients who really loves their drinks. One is contains 6 bottles of wine, the other contains 6 bottles of non-alcoholic drinks
. As the wine one was not ready at the time of photography, and not to mention how impossible
it would be for me to lift a basket with all that wine in it (I had spaghetti noodles for arms), so I got this one instead.It's a basket put together by Ruth in Lexington, USA, for her father in Bray, IE. Ruth chose to have 6 bottles of juice and non-alcoholic beer to accompany a selection of afternoon tea-like treats in the basket - there is SD Bell teabags, rhubarb and ginger jam, biscuits etc.What kind of drinks does your father like? Mine is a giant beer fan; in fact he's very picky with his beer, so maybe it's a good thing that we don't have to venture out to get him any this year. Instead, he wants a new golf bag and golf putter... though price-wise, I think I'm starting to think the beer was a better idea...