Welcome to my weekly gift-guide; I’m thrilled to be sharing a selection of creative, quirky and downright awesome gifts with you here on Rachael’s blog. As this week’s gift guide is my last, it has no theme. As promised, it’s just a mega round-up of some of the most awesome gift ideas on the web. Enjoy!
Jewellery is always a popular gift but it’s a teeny bit predictable. If your friend, sister or Mother is always showered in jewels, buy her a beautiful box to store them in. This patterned one from West Elm is guaranteed to get you full borrowing access.
Give the gift of an incredible experience with festival tickets. If your music-loving friends are getting married, buy the happy couple a pair of festival tickets and revel as you are crowned the World’s Greatest Friend. I recommend Latitude if you fancy a chilled atmosphere and an artful selection of music, comedy and performance.
Round up those summer memories and keep them safe with this little number from Urban Outfitters. There’s nothing better than reminiscing over a photo album with a glass of wine and a few friends. Forget Instagram, physical photos are the new black.
This guide to the best restaurants is the gift that keeps on giving. It’s perfect for that die-hard foodie in your life. Available at Anthropologie.
There’s something incredibly decadent and appealing (must be the cake!) about these hampers from Crumb. This one combines afternoon tea with cocktails so you can host a chic garden party for the Birthday Girl.
These amazing Bowler Hat lights by Mr J are a charming and whimsical housewarming present; a sure-fire gift for that friend with a great sense of humour and style.
A Pashley bicycle isn’t a cheap gift but it is definitely one of the most romantic. Renowned for producing outstandingly beautiful (and high-quality) vintage-style bikes, Pashley are where it’s at. Check out their list of stockists to find a local dealer.
Thanks for reading! Leonie xx