Father’s Day is on Sunday 19th June. Back in March, I wrote a post for Father’s about what Mother’s really want for Mother’s Day so it seems only fair that I write a post about how to treat all those lovely Father’s too. I don’t know about you but I find the other half in my life extremely difficult to buy for and often end up in a last minute panic trying to find something that he really wants and/or needs. This year, with the help of our three boys, I have been uber-organised and compiled a list of presents to choose from that will definitely tick all of the boxes. The ideas in this post span a range of prices so hopefully there is something for everyone and you might find a bit of inspiration:
Father’s Day Gift List
Photo Acrylic Block – Photobox From £25.00
Choose a lovely picture of the Father you are buying for with his kids and Photobox will turn it into a really lovely acrylic block. My other half has two of them and keeps them on his desk at work. They look really modern and stylish and will make a brilliant gift for Father’s Day with a personal touch.
GoPro Hero4: Silver Edition Camcorder, HD 1080p, 12MP, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Waterproof, Touch Screen – John Lewis £289
Ok, I admit, this one is a bit of a Father’s Day budget buster but if you are looking to splash some cash and have a sports-mad Father to buy for then this is just the thing. He can capture all his sporting prowess in full HD glory and with a built in touch-screen, WIFI and Bluetooth it is sure to appeal to the gadget lover in him too!
Three Month Friday Night Curry Subscription – Not On The High Street £20
Is there a curry mad Father in your life? Or a keen wannabe chef? Then this is the gift for him. Each box is delivered through your letterbox and will contain all of the fresh spices and recipes needed to create a delicious and unusual curry. It also includes the ingredients needed to make side dishes such as chutney’s, salads, rice and bread. All that’s left to do is to argue about whose turn it is to do the washing up.
Introductory Flying Lesson – Virgin Experience Days £129
Are you looking for something a bit different for Father’s Day? Why not try one of the Virgin Experience Days – there are loads to choose from but this Introductory Flying Lesson really caught my eye. Perfect for adrenaline junkies and Top Gun enthusiasts!
Craft Beer Box – Best of British Beer £38.95
Craft Beer popularity is on the rise so if you are buying for a Father who enjoys a pint or two then this might be right up his street. This box comes with 15 different craft beers and lagers from different UK breweries for him to try – hopefully not all at once though!
Until next time lovelies