… which is why, ladies, you should most definitely #forgetflowers when thinking of a gift for your man this Valentine’s Day! Not that we’ve tried eating roses, mind you, but the mere thought of thorns on your tongue is enough to make anyone cringe. But that’s far from the only reason to think differently, and consider giving him a Gift Sensations Valentine’s Day gift basket. Here are some more:
1. He’s probably not expecting anything.
“Great! He might treat me to a dinner and roses and spoil me with a gift voucher to my favourite hairdresser!”, you might think – but if he’s gone to all of this trouble to please you this Valentine’s Day, he certainly deserves a special surprise!
2. You get something out of it, too!
Gifts like the ever-popular Smooth Sunday (Special price: $161.46) are chock-full of awesome gourmet goodies like biscuits, chocolates, crackers, pastes and so much good stuff! Not to mention that 7 of our Valentine’s Day choices come with a bottle (or two) of wine or Moet & Chandon champagne… he’s not going to drink it by himself – that’s something that’s meant to be shared!
3. You’re certainly making the budget-conscious decision.
As we mentioned in our blog post last week, stems of roses from florists are really quite expensive, even though you can plant your own rose bush from Bunnings for less than half the price of one stem from a florist.
4. He’s definitely not into roses, anyway.
We haven’t actually ever met any man who is eager for a bunch of roses from his girl – it’s certainly a sign you should be more creative with your gift giving!
If you haven’t already, take a look at Gift Sensations’ range of unique Valentine’s Day gift baskets, with great gifts for both genders. If you’re in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Newcastle, Wollongong, Central Coast, Gold Coast or Geelong – you’ve got until Thursday morning to place your orders, but to avoid disappointment due to overloading we recommend you order as early as possible. And we currently have 15% off all hampers – what’s your reason not to?