BUYING PRESENTS FOR PICKY PEOPLE
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to gift giving I tend to go about ‘extra’! I like to find things that people will love and treasure and while it is super fun to see the smiles on their faces when you achieve this, it can be a bit of nightmarish process, especially if you are looking for gifts for picky people, or even worse still, those folks that already have everything. Luckily, I have a few suggestions that can ease this burden, and all you have to do is read on to find out more.
Go For A Fun Adventure
One way to impress picky gift recipients is to eschew a physical item and go for an experience instead. After all, who doesn’t want to go and do something fun and have it paid for them? Particularly good suggestions include race car driving days for the petrol heads, or you can even consider a tank driving lesson? Could a cooking class be an ideal gift for the budding chef in your life?
Of course, there are plenty of other options from to choose from too such as divinely luxurious spa days that include treatments, as well as cooking classes, and even survival days for budding explorers.
Pick Something Personalised
Another way to ensure your gift is well received no matter what the recipient is like is to personalise it. Happily, this is something that is pretty easy to do as they are many websites and businesses that can customise a whole range of products.
In fact, the sky’s the limit here, because you can get everything from mugs, and cushions imprinted with your own messages or image to marshmallows. Yup, that’s right your gift recipient could be eating their own face by the end of the day if you choose this option. Don’t worry though, it not as gross as it sounds!
Of course, there are other personalised options as well including private reg plates from PrimoRegistrations, which are perfect for those that love their cars. Alternatively, why not go for a pretty piece of personalised jewellery something that can be particularly well received by mums, as you can add each child’s birthday, name, or birthstone to give it that exceptional touch.
Lastly, it is generally accepted that everyone eats and that they enjoy eating things that taste nice. What this does is to present you with two opportunities that are bound to please even the pickiest of recipients. The first is to provide an edible item or selection of items, something you can do in the form of a hamper, or even a homemade treat.
The second option is to go for some dinner vouchers or a gift card that the receipt can use to treat themselves and the person of their choice to a slap up meal out somewhere. Extra bonus points are available if you pick their favourite restaurant or cuisine, and who knows you might even luck out and get asked to go with them, making this gift option in particular a potential double win.