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Flower Basket to Oslo, Norway

02 Feb

” Je vous remercie et je ne manquerai pas de recommander vos services.

Salutations”

Alain D.

 

Gift Baskets Overseas became a BBB Accredited Business on January 29, 2009

02 Feb

Now you can congratulate Gift Baskets Overseas as we are honored to receive a BBB Accreditation status!

If a business has been accredited by the BBB, it means the BBB has determined that the business meets accreditation standards which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints.

“Your support as an Accredited Business and your commitment to trust, reliability, credibility and ethics supports Better Business Bureau and furthers our vision of an ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers can trust each other”, Kevin J. Sanders, President and CEO

We are sure to continue service well our customers for years to come!

 

Gift Basket to Milan, Italy

31 Jan

Celebrate the birth of a new baby boy with this gift basket perfect to show your support and excitement even if you are far away!

 

Wine and Gourmet Basket to Singapore

30 Jan

“That was really fast đŸ˜‰
Amazing đŸ˜‰
Thank you đŸ˜‰

John E.

 

Chocolate Basket to Soleuvre, Luxembourg

29 Jan

“Hi All!
So many people have responded to my email, i just want to say thanks, i apprecate your help

regards,

Mark”

 

Deluxe Gift Basket to Cairo, Egypt

28 Jan

This Deluxe Gift Basket to Egypt contains everything to dream about: wine, chocolate, cheese and even napkins! Ideally suits as a gift to business associates and colleagues.

 

Gourmet Basket to Sydney, Australia

27 Jan

A gift in a stylish basket brimming with gourmet treats. Perfect for the special client or friend.

 

Gift Basket to Sofia, Bulgaria

26 Jan

A hamper full of everything chocolaty is a great business gift or romantic gift for those who love the sweet taste of chocolate.

 

Valentine’s Day Celebrations Around the World #1

26 Jan

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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.

 

Chocolate Basket to Wellington, New Zealand

25 Jan

“Good job guys! Keep on!”

Sarah R.