Gifting has been a long drawn tradition which helps build human connections. There is said that a gift consists not in what is done or given, but in the intention of the giver. So irrespective of the occasion you are intending to buy a gift for your loved one, always give importance to the intent behind the gift.
Different occasions deem different gifts and therefore you must choose your gifts as per the underlying occasion. Here is a look at tips to buy gifts for five different occasions.
1: Birthdays: Instead of choosing a gift for the birthday of your loved ones, even a small bouquet of flowers with a smile can work wonders. Of course it helps if you know what your loved one really needs and arrange it as a gift leading to happy smiles all around.
2: Marriage Anniversary: Celebrate marriage anniversary as a day of togetherness with gifts that remind the couple of their union. Look at online gifting options if you are caught between various options to choose from.
3: Raksha Bandhan: Raksha Bandhan is one of the most popular Indian festivals with gifts an integral part. There are various ways to purchase rakhi gifts online if you are busy and do not have the time for shopping. Sending rakhi online works just as well for sisters. After all, it’s the love that matters and not the distance.
4: Diwali: Diwali and gifting goes hand in hand and choosing a diwali gift can be a tough one The markets are overfilled with gift hampers and gift packs. Do not pick one of those pre packed hampers or gifts as they underline the fact that you are gifting just for the sake of gifting. Pick up personalized gifts that your recipients will enjoy and exchange Diwali greetings with a smile.
5: Surprise: Truth be told and there is no gift better than a surpise gift. What’s more, you don’t need any occasion or any type of gift. Just pick what you like, warp it with some love and affection, and you have your perfect surprise gift for your loved ones.
Picking a gift is important but do not let the process make you lose the sole motive behind the gift which is spreading and sharing of joy and happiness.