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Personalised Christmas Gifts
Christmas is the best time of the year for many. Family, decorations, food and presents make it a special occasion each time. Outside it’s cold and dark and there’s nothing better than putting a fire on and relaxing after a long day at work. While sitting and watching your favourite show, you might be making plans and thinking of what to buy people. With our huge range of personalised gifts for Christmas in 2021, you’re sure to find something for everyone.
Christmas Present Ideas for 2021
Why do we give gifts at Christmas?
We give gifts at Christmas as a tradition, following the three wise men giving gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh to baby Jesus. It started as a time to give to the lower classes, but the notion became bigger and bigger. When Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol, the spirit of Christmas became about Family and hope and love, with the central part being children. With the help of Santa Claus, the idea of giving presents became more popular every year.
What should I buy for Christmas gifts?
There are many personalised Christmas gift ideas to suit any friend or family member. Give mum and dad the ultimate way of celebrating the special time with our range of champagne gifts, including an engraved bottle of Dom Perignon with flutes gift set. For a whisky drinking loved one, give them an amazing engraved bottle of their favourite, including Jack Daniel’s Gentleman Jack, Johnnie Walker Black Label, or Woodford Reserve bourbon. For non-drinkers, an engraved watch or pocket watch would be the perfect keepsake gift idea, or a personalised leather bracelet for dad or brother. For the younger loved ones, there is a selection of engraved Christmas keepsake gifts that they will look back on when they are old enough, including this first-year frame.
How much to spend on Christmas gifts?
There are great gifts for any budget in 2021 and the best presents are not always the most expensive. Well-priced examples under £80 include this Barolo wine gift set and engraved Veuve Clicquot champagne. For a useful and thoughtful idea, there is the Guinness Original gift set. Other low budget, non-alcoholic gifts include more unusual items, such as personalised rolling pins, cheeseboards, and printed oven gloves. For a higher budget, there is our range of luxurious Louis Roederer Cristal.
How many gifts to give a child for Christmas?
The amount of gifts a child receives at Christmas depends on many factors. The budget available, the size of their family, and how old they are, are some of them. A younger child could get more presents than an older one, and a perfect example is the personalised wooden train set. This is sure to create lots of fun while being a sentimental keepsake.
What is Secret Santa?
Secret Santa is an annual event in a lot of offices. A light-hearted way of celebrating another year’s hard work, it is a chance to think outside the box and is often a competition to see who can find the quirkiest present. Nobody knows who they are getting a gift from, so it is down to each person’s investigative skills to find the best gift.
What to get for Secret Santa?
In most organised workplaces, there is a budget for each person to spend. Sometimes a set amount and other times a spending limit, there is a gift for everyone’s needs. To stand out and be the best, try a personalised Secret Santa present. With one of these, your recipient is sure to be the attention of everyone else.
When do you give Christmas gifts?
Giving gifts at Christmas is a special feeling. The ideal time to give them would be on Christmas Day, however, you might not be able to see all of your friends and family at this time. A family meal is a great time to exchange presents. With everyone together to celebrate the time of year, it is a perfect time to spread the cheer.
When do you open Christmas gifts?
Many people open their presents on Christmas morning, with a lot of families getting up far earlier than they are used to! It is a hugely exciting time and to help spread this excitement out, some families allow one or two smaller presents to be opened on Christmas Eve. The days following Christmas are a normal time for present unwrapping, as you get to see more friends and family.