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Gift Suggestions for sending Gifts & Gift Baskets to various countries around the World

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

As Mother’s Day nears, it’s time to start thinking about the best way to honor the most important women in your life.

When Mother’s Day is approaching, husbands, boyfriends, dads, grandparents and kids everywhere start searching for the perfect Mother’s Day gift idea for their dearest women. If you want to make her a great surprise on that day, the first good decision you can take is to use the service of a gift delivery company and send Mother’s Day gift to your woman. Her surprise will be really great and especially if the gift is sent to her work, where the fantastic present will make all the colleagues envy, and your woman incredibly proud. This ideas is particularly good if your dear women live far away and you can’t congratulate them in person.

When choosing Mother’s Day Gift, you should keep in mind that women all around the world really love flowers, but they believe that flowers should not be given as a separate gift, but as a worthy addition to the main gift. So, if you’ve decided to send your woman a luxurious Mother’s Day flower basket you’d better add some other treats. Sweets, spirits, cute teddy bear and other romantic gifts will surely suit the taste of your nearest and dearest women. If you don’t mind loosening your purse strings and are going to make her a really unforgettable holiday, we suggest sending a luxurious gift basket with any ingredients to her taste, beginning with gourmet treats and ending with bath or SPA accessories. Now there exist plenty of opportunities to be creative with presents and even a possibility to make a custom gift basket and include whatever items you wish to make your gift unique.

Remember that every woman of any nationality  really appreciate thoughtful, attentive, loving, generous and inventive men. Show you care and affection, don’t forget to surprise and rejoice her and she’ll surely return your love and care!

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Easter Gift Ideas

Easter is the springtime holiday marking the rebirth of Jesus and the renewal of the Christian faith.

Easter is a lunar festival occurring traditionally on the first Sunday after the 14th day of the new moon, usually falling between March 22 and April 25. This year Easter will be celebrated on 12, April and Greek or Orthodox Easter will be celebrated a week later on 19, April.

Easter is a blessed time for the faithful to celebrate the life, death and resurrection of the Savior… and a magical time for both children and adults to enjoy Easter gifts, such as spring flower arrangements, chocolate Easter bunnies, jellybean-filled Easter eggs and other sweets. There exists a tradition of giving each other gifts for Easter to congratulate on the feast and the coming of spring. The most popular gifts are bouquets of spring flowers (tulips, gerberas, daffodils, lilies), plush toys (and especially Easter bunnies as a symbol of the holiday) different gift baskets and, in the first place, gourmet baskets with plenty of finger-licking things to pamper your friends, relatives and business associates after the long and hard fasting period.

If you want to congratulate on Easter your business associates, colleagues or boss the most suitable gifts are Easter flower baskets, Easter gourmet baskets and Easter wine baskets. Such choice wouldn’t seem too intimate, but show your attention and concern. To demonstrate your affection and love to your nearest and dearest you can send such Easter gifts as Easter flower arrangements, Easter fruit baskets, Easter chocolate baskets with a personal touch, and, of course, plush toys.

Just imagine the surprise and delight of the recipient when he/she receives a beautiful and delicious Easter gift basket! Make your loved ones, friends and mere acquaintances happy this spring season! Especially when far away, help them to create a holiday spring mood and show how much you care!

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International Women’s Day Gift Ideas

International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated around the world on March, 8 every year. It is a major day of global celebration for the economic, political and social achievements of women. Started as a political event, the holiday blended in the culture of many countries (primarily Russia and CIS). In some celebrations, the day lost its political flavour, and became simply an occasion for men to express their love by giving presents to the women around them in a way somewhat similar to Mother’s Day and St Valentine’s Day mixed together. In others, however, the political and human rights theme as designated by the United Nations runs strong, and political and social awareness of the struggles of women worldwide are brought out and examined in a hopeful manner.

The IWD is also celebrated as the first spring holiday, as in many countries tho first day of March is considered to be the first day of the spring season. There exists a special tradition on this day, according to which men should send flower baskets and send gifts to the women in their lives – mothers, wives, girlfriends, daughters, colleagues, etc. Depending on the relations with the women men send romantic gift boxes as well as classic gift boxes. In some countries (e.g. Romania) this holiday is also observed as an equivalent of Mother’s Day, where children also give presents to their mothers and grandmothers.

In Italy, to celebrate the day, men give flower arrangements to women with yellow mimosas. Yellow mimosas or tullips and chocolate are also one of the most common March 8 gift in Russia.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Macedonia, Poland, Bulgaria, Slovenia and Serbia the custom of giving flowers to women still prevails. Women sometimes receive gifts from their employers, colleagues and business associates too. It is mostly such classic gifts as chocolate baskets, fruit baskets, wine baskets or gourmet baskets. School children often bring flowers or small gifts for their teachers as well.

If you want to make women around you feel special on Women’s Day, just show your love with loads of wonderful Women’s Day Gifts which would surely win their heart.

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Say I Love You In Different Languages

The holiday of love, Valentine’s day, is coming yearly on February, 14. But there are also numerous amount to express your feelings! Perhaps the most overused and clichéd phrase, I Love You is always the winner when it comes to expressing your love on this day. Since language should not be a barrier, we bring you a list on how to say I love you in different languages. Just follow this list and you will be able to express your love to your beloved ones, friends and relatives who live far away and speak different language.

How to Say I Love You In Different Languages

Valentine’s Day Celebrations Around the World #2

Valentine’s Day in Japan
In Japan, Valentine’s Day is observed on February 14 but the celebration of love truly ends on March 14, known as the “White Day”. On the first date, women give gifts or give chocolates to the men they love, to co-workers and male friends.
Gifting chocolates is a typical way to celebrate Valentine’s day in Japan because chocolate is the most popular gift in the country. Gift shops all over Japan pile their shelves with chocolate long before Valentine’s Day. Men who receive chocolates or gifts for Valentine’s Day are supposed to return the favor to the women a month later, on a “White Day”.

Valentine’s Day in Italy
Valentine’s Day in Italy is mainly seen as a holiday imported from US, just like Halloween, Father’s Day or Mother’s Day. The day is celebrated mainly by the young people who take this opportunity to profess love to their sweethearts the American way with Valentine’s gifts like perfume, chocolates, flowers, cards or jewelleries. The day is seen here marked exclusively for lovers, and hence, family members and friends do not exchange gifts. Couples usually go out for dinners at pizzeria or restaurant which ends with lovers’
giving gifts to each other. A popular Valentine’s Day gifts in Italy is Baci Perugina – a small, chocolate-covered hazelnut containing a small slip of paper with a romantic poetic quote in four languages.

Valentine’s Day in Denmark
In Denmark, February 14 is mainly a day for the young. It’s a time for romance and giving gifts. Here, the festival is celebrated in a very conventional manner. Young people send gifts and valentine cards, known as “lover’s cards”, to their beloveds. Earlier, these came in the form of transparent cards which, when kept before light, reflected the picture of a lover handing over a wonderful Valentine’s present to his beloved. Nowadays, many newer varieties of lover’s cards have come up and every year before Valentine’s Day card shops all across the country are seen to be stacked up with colorful and musical lover’s cards containing lovely Valentine messages. Another Danish Valentine’s Day custom is to send flowers, which are pressed, usually of a white color and are called Snowdrops to friends.

Valentine’s Day Celebrations Around the World #1


Valentine’s Day in United States & Canada

In the USA and Canada, Valentine’s Day is an extremely popular holiday. Originally held to honor St Valentine and express love to sweethearts, the scope of the day has come to be so widened that it has now become an occassion to express gratitude and love also to any close relation or acquaintance. On this day people give presents to their dear, such as flowers (especially roses), chocolates and different gift baskets. Dinner and dance parties are specially organized all over the country to celebrate the occasion. Many couples hold private celebrations in homes or restaurants and give flowers, a box of chocolate, or some other present to one another. Sending chocolates on Valentine’s Day is a very popular tradition. Most valentine candy boxes are heart-shaped and tied with red ribbon.

Valentine’s Day in Britain

In Britain, St Valentine’s Day is celebrated with great fanfare and gaiety. Like in many other countries, on this day has people express the love for their beloved with Valentine’s Day gifts like flowers, cards, chocolates and other special items. The traditions of the celebrations of Valentine’s Day differ in different regions of the country but a common custom is the singing of special songs by children. Another popular tradition followed in some areas of England is the baking of valentine buns with caraway seeds, plums, or raisins. Composing verses is also an extremely well-known Valentine’s Day custom. About a month earlier to Valentine’s Day, leading tabloids and reputed magazines publish sonnets and verses to commemorate the occasion. The tradition owes its origin to the British poets who have penned some of the best love poems and the majority of the romantic verses associated with St. Valentine.

Valentine’s Day in Germany

The German celebration of Valentine’s Day is nearly the same as elsewhere in the world. For Germans, the festival is a celebration of love and a time to spend with their sweethearts. In Germany, it is customary for a young man to give flowers to their beloved ones on February 14. Valentine’s Day gifts in Germany are usually in the shape of love tokens, complete with lovely messages. But these are not entirely restricted to Valentine’s Day celebrations, and can be gifted on any occasion of a joyous nature.

Gift Giving Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Every year on the 14th of February, people all around the world celebrate Valentine’s Days in the name of love and romance. To show each other their affectionate feelings people exchange romantic gifts. The most popular present for Valentine’s Day is of course flowers which are also considered to be (along with hearts) the symbol of this holiday. But giving only flowers may seem to be an incomplete gift. Flowers are just a good addition to the main present.

Valentine’s Day gifts are important to express your heartfelt feelings and to make the day memorable in its own special way. Love is a peculiar feeling, so it must be expressed extraordinarily.

To make the unforgettable Valentine’s Day for your nearest and dearest, be creative with giving presents! Whether you choose gourmet basket for your colleagues, fruit basket for your friends or romantic gift for your loved one, you can always use your imagination and be a little unusual.

You can, for example, surprise a person by sending presents to their office. Such surprises love especially women, as they can proudly flaunt it to their fellow colleagues. This way you can also keep it top secret and you can get the gift delivery at just the time of the day you want.

A romantic gift idea is to wake your beloved one with a gift and flowers. When the doorbell rings this morning of Valentine’s Day, nudge her to answer the door. Catch her absolutely unprepared when she receives a wonderful bouquet and a cute teddy bear or a finger licking chocolate gift box or her favorite perfume. This act is sure to produce an indelible impression!

Another idea is to make your own custom basket online. You can get creative by building your own basket, having an opportunity to choose any component depending on the taste of the recepient. More than the gift, it would be your thoughtfulness that will delight them.

Don’t be afraid to show your creativity!

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Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

Happy New Year In Different Languages

Of course, almost everyone has plenty of friends, acquaintances, business associates and even beloved ones who live overseas and would be really happy and touched to hear ‘Happy New Year!’ in their own language… Did you ever wonder how to say Happy New Year in different languages?

We’ve decided to help you and have made up a list where you can find how ‘Happy New Year!’ is said in the most popular languages!

How To Say Happy New Year in Different Languages

New Year Flowers and Flower Baskets

Christmas and New Year flowers are the symbols of gaiety, love, beauty, hope, and all the tenderest emotions in the human heart such as sharing, happiness, joy, kindness and virtues that make winter holidays more special than any other festival. Often used to decorate homes during holiday season as wreaths and Christmas centerpieces, people also exchange them as Christmas and New Year gifts in the form of bouquets and flower baskets. Flowers and greenery add interesting land festive look to the homes and tune everyone up with the spirit of winter holidays.

You can buy several beautifully prepared holiday floral arrangements from the online flower shop and gift them to the hosts of the Christmas and New Year parties you are attending this year and also send flowers to the family, friends, business associates and loved ones who are not with you to share the joys of the Christmas season or are out of town using a few simple clicks. Though Christmas flowers encompass all the varieties of flowers including the tropical ones these days because of the global connectivity and quick communication and transportation facilities, still, Poinsettias and Christmas Roses continue to enjoy a special place in Christmas and New Year celebration because of the beautiful legends that attach them to this particular festival.

Christmas Roses are English in their origin and are believed to bloom in the snow-covered mountains of Central Europe at the time, when the winter is at its prime, often during the Christmas season and thus, deserves to be known as the true Christmas blossom. People also call this white colored flower with pink tipped petals by the name of Snow Rose or Winter Rose as it blooms during the Winter season at the time when all the other greenery bows down under a thick layer of snow.

Bright, flaming red, star-shaped Poinsettias are known as ‘Flower of the Holy Night’ or ‘Flame Leaf’ in the United States. One of the most popular flowers in Central America, it was brought here by Dr. Joel Poinsett, the first US ambassador to Mexico, over a hundred years ago. Still most of the supply of this famous beloved Christmas flower in American cities is said to come from California and the folklore attached to it comes from Mexico. Like Christmas Rose, this flower also represents the deep love for Christ and great devotion of a pure innocent human being to baby Jesus.