Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Fathers Day Gift Guide 2015

Father's Day is on Sunday 21st June this year and is so nearly upon us! I am really excited as this will be Luke's first Father's Day and so I have been trying to find something lovely for Jake to give him as a gift. 

Searching high and low means that I have come across some really lovely ideas for all different budgets, and thought I may as well save some of you the hard work! 

Here's our gift guide to 2015's Father's Day....


I am in love with this Instagram shop which is run by a lovely lady called Gemma.
 Gemma's great product is a spotty sensation, and I'm sure it won't be long before she is up and running on sites such as Etsy or NotHS. 




Great for those of us on a budget, Say it with Spots offers a range of mugs, plates, glasses and bowl with personalised spotty messages. I personally love the 'Happy 1st Father's Day' ones. The range start from around £6 - can't argue with that!

These gorgeous personalised 'Best Dad' cards are a really lovely idea and so individual. They come beautifully presented and with a very cute box to store them in. At £13 I think they are a great bargain.

Of course... you could make you're own at home - which would be even more personalised - especially if your little ones can write/ stencil.

A lovely gift for a man is a rugged, masculine piece of jewellery. My hubby wears only one accessory - his wedding ring. He doesn't wear a watch, rings, studs, tattoos or bracelets. I think something meaningful like this engraved piece would be a definite for any dads out there who perhaps want something sentimental whilst retaining that 'blokey-ness' :)


At £49 I think this is a good value product. There are many others out there at a sensible price. Your local jeweller may be able to offer something too. 

If the Daddy in your life is someone who likes unique, individual and quirky gifts - then this one is for you. It is a tremendous keepsake, which offers something so individual and meaningful.  At £14.95 the Gift Box is a handmade, miniature letter keepsake which provides a great alternative to a regular greeting card. All items within your gift are beautifully wrapped with tissue paper and presented in a Little Letter gift box, tied with ribbon.
- a collection of tiny items, all of which have a special sentiment attached to them, (details of which can be seen in the product images). ·
- a miniature letter detailing the special items within your kit. ·
- a miniature envelope which includes a tiny postmark dated 21st Jun 2015 (Father's Day), a perforated stamp and wax seal. ·
- a small but sturdy magnifying glass to read your special message.

As a massive Star Wars fan, I know Luke would really appreciate this matching set for Jake and him to wear. At £19.99 I think that's quite a reasonable price for something novelty and fun. Other styles are available too.
Another lovely gift for a daddy who's sentimental and likes to look back on things he may have done with his little ones. This Dear Dad Journal is sweet, unique and beautifully designed. I particularly like the cover design artwork. At £12.50 it is affordable - and will be entirely personalised by the messages included by yourself/your child. 

Father's Day has to involve something naughty and tasty, and what better than a scrumptious personalised cake from Bakerdays? They have a huge selection of designs to choose form, which can be personalised for the Daddy in your child's life. Plus - you'll get to share some too :)


That's it for my gift guide - 7 x affordable ideas for the man in your little one's life. Don't forget - you could handmake a whole host of these ideas and put your own family's little spin on it.
Happy shopping xx



PS. Check out The Dad Network's Big Father's Day event, over on his blog!

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