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How to Match Christmas Gift Baskets to the Recipient




Christmas gift baskets are one of the most popular choices for gift-giving. Gift baskets are appropriate for people of all ages and there’s a wide range of options for filling the baskets. It is important to choose a Christmas gift basket that is suitable to the recipient, such as their likes and dislikes. For instance, if you are sending a gift basket to a vegan friend, you should consider including vegan chocolates instead of traditional chocolates. Here are some ideas on how to choose the ideal gift basket for everyone on your Christmas gift list.

Relationship to Recipient
The relationship you have to and/or with the recipient is important when choosing what to put in your Christmas gift baskets. For instance, if you are sending a gift basket to a family member or a close friend, you may want to include gifts that are of a higher value. For example, a close friend may prefer to have a variety of vegan chocolates and various tea bags, whereas an office associate may only expect a few traditional chocolates in various flavors and sizes. You can choose almost anything to put in the gift baskets, so take your time and consider their likes and dislikes when filling.

Visual Appeal of the Basket
One of the best things about giving Christmas gift baskets is that you can choose anything from baskets to hampers as the container. The design of the basket should also be chosen to suit the recipient’s likes, such as favorite color, the material, and the shape and size of the basket. Although your first thought may be to simply choose a red or green wicker container for your Christmas gift baskets, you can choose almost any type of container and make it Christmas themed.

Gift baskets are usually designed around a theme, so your first choice to celebrate the holidays would naturally be to send a Christmas themed gift basket. However, the contents, the container, and the decorations are completely different things. So, just because you are sending Christmas Gift Baskets doesn’t mean that every part of the basket must be Christmas related. For instance, if one of your recipients is a golfer, you may consider filing a plain wicker basket with a variety of golf-related items, such as tees and golf balls as well as a few snacks to enjoy while golfing and the final touches could be colorful ribbons and a Christmas card. To design and send the perfect Christmas gift baskets simply think about what the recipient enjoys and create a theme around their likes.

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