A babysitter just got married so we want to give her a celebratory gift – something small and not personal. This Cupcake Prosecco looked pretty and fun. Keeping with the theme I paired it with a wedding cake card, making the bottle selection more relevant. Then I selected a bottle bag covered in delicate flowers, cream and blue tying the gift presentation together.
Who wouldn’t be impressed to receive a gold bar as a gift? This money box makes a fun present for an Accountant or anyone in the financial sector. Just remember that when giving piggy banks or wallets they should always contain a note or a coin. This brings the receiver good luck, ensuring that they will always have wealth.
I was lucky enough to receive these fabulous fall flowers this weekend – just because.
There are so many options for creating inspiring bouquets at this time of year. Here are two quite different arrangements that caught my eye:
Today I have Scotland on the mind… It’s the day when the country will vote upon independence from the United Kingdom – a historic occasion.
The following amusing card caught my eye:
Paired with a good Scotch Whisky this would make a fun (and appreciated!) gift, with great relevancy today/this week. With a Scottish mother we will definitely be watching the results come in. And I’m sure we’ll be having a wee dram (little drink) in our household tonight!
This past weekend we were invited to an ‘End of Summer Celebration’ – a party in a friend’s beautiful and expansive garden. Because it was a family-friendly affair I decided against taking a ubiquitous bottle and focused instead on finding a quirky little summer gift. I found this perfect sign:
I paired it it with an ice-lolly design towel and packaged it with a matching lolly tag, cheery tissue and a polka dot bag:
It turned out to be a sunny day, with hearty outdoor dining and fun games – the perfect summer send off.