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Pesach Gift Basket to Haifa, Israel

27 Mar

Pesach also known as Passover is an important Jewish holiday that commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. Celebrate this wonderful spring festival with your family, friends or business colleagues who are far away by sending this delicious kosher gift basket to Israel created especially for Passover festival. Overflowing with delicious exotic and local fruit, mouthwatering cookies, and other delightful treats decorated with fresh flowers, this hamper will make a perfect surprise for those who appreciate a healthy lifestyle, great flavors, and tasteful presentation.


Flowers Gift Set to Seoul, South Korea

25 Mar

What do you usually think about when choosing a bouquet for your significant other, friend, or business associate? Do you think about the meaning of the flowers? Or maybe you want the bouquet to remind her of your feelings? Or do you simply want her to smile every time she looks at the beautiful flowers you gave her? In any way, this bright and vibrant arrangement is a great fit for every purpose and will be appreciated by either your loved one or colleague at work. Screaming spring and warmth this stylish gift to South Korea will decorate any environment and make your dear recipient smile at the thought of your generosity. Bring spring and renewal in the lives of your dear ones with a surprise they are going to appreciate!


Wine Gift Basket to Odense, Denmark

23 Mar

I have been using this service for some time now and I’m always amazed at the quality of products and professional attitude… I have never had a delivery late and in fact sometime it is delivered earlier than expected. The only thing I wish was different is a larger selection of more affordable gifts, and I’m sure you guys are going to fix it in the near future.

Thank you so much,

Tatiana K.

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Chocolate Gift Basket to Wroclaw, Poland

20 Mar

Strengthen your business relationship with colleagues, employees, vendors or clients in a way that is favorable for both parties. While holiday gift giving is still important, consider giving corporate gifts for a variety of unique occasions. Congratulate your recipients with a successful deal, wish happy holidays, say thank you or demonstrate your appreciation with a wonderful surprise that will produce a great impression. A sweet gift basket brimming with chocolate treats, cookies, and other delicious gourmet snacks complimented with a bottle of great wine will brighten up any celebration and satisfy any palate. Be generous and remember that corporate gift giving is a great promotional tool for your business that has many benefits for both the giver and the receiver!


Flower Basket to Yekaterinburg, Russia

19 Mar

Awake, thou wintry earth –
Fling off thy sadness!
Fair vernal flowers, laugh forth
Your ancient gladness!
~Thomas Blackburn, “An Easter Hymn”

Put a smile on the face of your dear recipient by sending a surprise that will brighten their day and interior with lots of color. Bright red roses and contrasting alstroemeria buds surrounded by lush greenary are nesteld in a wicker hamper that will last for days bringing everyone around great mood and cheer. Weather it’s time to celebrate Easter, Passover, birthday, anniversary, or just the coming of spring, there’s nothing like fresh and vibrant flower arrangement. For an even sweeter experience complement your flower basket to Russia with a box of delicious gourmet chocolate, cute plush toy, or a bottle of bubbly and be sure they will have everything they need to raise a toast and thank you for your thoughtful gesture!


Romantic Gift to Yokohama, Japan

18 Mar

First of all, I’d like to take this opportunity to applaud the great customer service I received from Miss Olivia Greenfield. Although, my Valentine’s Day shipment was delayed because of the couriers overload due to so many deliveries, Miss. Olivia Greenfield offered to call my wife to wish her a Happy Valentine’s Day on behalf of a deployed Air Force Active Duty Service Member and explain the date of the delivery.

With this stated, Miss Olivia Greenfield followed up on her promise and also emailed me directly to let me know. Afterwards, I received a delightful email from my wife thanking me and looking forward to the delivery.

So, I wanted to take this time to write a survey about my positive experience I received with Giftbasketoverseas Customer Service. Although, many unfortunate events can happen, the fact that Miss Olivia Greenfield cared enough by her clients to follow through on her offered pay huge dividends and lets me know how you all value your customers. Again, thank you again for the great Customer Service. I look forward to being a future customer for special occasion such as Valentine’s Day.


Sidney J. Zeringue Jr.

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Easter Traditions Around the World

16 Mar

Kids in the US grow up expecting a delivery of eggs and candy from the Easter bunny each year, though it may seem strange to an outsider. Brought to the New World by German immigrants in the beginning of the 18th century, the practice is rooted in the belief that rabbits and eggs symbolize fertility and rebirth. While this may be the norm in US, other cultures have their their own, unique customs. Here are some of the most interesting Easter traditions from around the world and the history behind them.


Egg rolling is an important part of the Easter celebration in US that usually takes place on Easter Monday. The Egg Roll is an annual race, where children push hard boiled eggs through the grass with a spoon. The custom originated in Germany and was brought to America along with other traditions such as the Easter bunny. Another way of celebrating Easter in US is participating in Egg hunt. An Easter egg hunt is a fun festive game, during which decorated eggs (usually made of chocolate or filled with candy) are hidden outdoors or indoors for children to run around and find.


According to Gregorian calendar Orthodox Easter in Russia is observed 7 days after Catholic Easter. Preceding the holiday is a long 40 days Lenten fast during which no meat, dairy products, fish, eggs, or alcohol are allowed.  It ends on Easter Sunday when all the food prohibited during the fast is served along with famous Paskha (type of Russian cheesecake made from curd cheese in shape of a truncated pyramid) and Kulich (Russian Easter bread made with butter, eggs, raisins, and nuts).


Pouring water on one another is a Polish Easter tradition that has its origins in the baptism of Polish Prince on Easter Monday in 966 AD. To this day on Easter Monday, boys try to drench with water everyone around and especially the opposite sex. According to the legend girls who get soaked will marry that year.


Jews do not celebrate Easter. They do, however, have Passover this time of year. The eight-day festival also known as Pesach commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. The most important part of the Passover celebration is the ceremony of Seder, an elaborate festive meal that takes place on the first two nights of the holiday of Passover. ‘Seder’ translates as ‘order’ and thus, all its rituals are observed in a particular order on this day.


A popular Easter tradition in Hungary also revolves around water and is known as “Sprinkling”. On Easter Monday men of all ages playfully spray perfume, cologne or just plain water, on girls and women and ask for a kiss. In the old days people used to believe that water had a purifying, healing and fertility-inducing effect.

Czech Republic & Slovakia

Men from Czech Republic and Slovakia went even further and on Easter Monday they follow the tradition of spanking women with long handmade willow whips decorated with colorful ribbons. Of course such playful spanking is all in good fun and not meant to cause pain. According to the legend, the willow is the first tree to bloom in spring, so the branches are believed to bring women the tree’s vitality and fertility.


Norwegians have an interesting Easter tradition of reading crime novels known as “Easter Thrillers”. At this time of year many people read mystery books or watch the televised crime detective series on national television. The tradition has started in 1923 when a book publisher promoted its new crime novel on the front pages of newspapers. The ads looked like real news and people didn’t realize it was a publicity stunt.

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Gourmet Hamper to Novi Sad, Serbia

12 Mar

Every gift brings joy and delight to both the giver and the recipient. With a gift basket to Serbia that features a wide selection of delicious gourmet treats that can be enjoyed by the whole family or office, the joy multiplies! Let the favorite foodie in your life know you’re thinking of them by sending a hamper of delightful flavors they’re sure to rave about. An assortment of best French and Italian cheeses, gourmet crackers, and other savory snacks are complemented with dark chocolate, fruit and a bottle of great wine. Thank an employee for their hard work, contribute delicious snacks to the family dinner, or wish happy holidays to the ones you care about with this Gourmet Delight to Serbia!


Gourmet Basket to Panama City, Panama

10 Mar

“I’m very satisfied with the customer service and company overall. I placed an order on their website on February, 4 and my girlfriend received her romantic gift right on time. The lady from customer support kept me informed about every stage of delivery which is quite rare these days. My recipient was very happy with her bouquet and Godiva chocolates. She sent me a picture and it looked exactly like on the website.

I will definitely use GiftBasketsOverseas again in the future and will recommend their service to everyone.”

Alexis Fernando

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Gift & Flowers to Astana, Kazakhstan

08 Mar

Celebrate spring and womanhood with a bright gift to Kazakhstan that is put together by our experts to make your dear recipients smile. Their eyes will light up when they see the rainbow of fresh flowers in a beautiful package accompanied with a bunch of colorful balloons! A vibrant burst of lilies, roses, gerbera daisies, and irises in shades of stunning red, deep blue, cheerful yellow with hints of baby pink are set against stunning glossy green leaves and wrapped in contrasting white and red paper. Whether you special someone, family member, friend or business associate is celebrating a birthday, upcoming spring holiday or you just want to demonstrate your appreciation, support or love, send this Floral Fiesta Bouquet that will please anyone on your list!