Ideal Gifts To Match With Our Flowers On Father’s Day

With Father's Day coming on 19 June, if there’s a special moment to spoil the man you’ve always admired and looked up to, it’s Father’s Day. While the crucial men in our lives may not express that they want anything special for any occasion, that is no excuse to skip the celebrations.

However, we all know that finding the ideal gift for dad is not easy, especially when you're trying to figure out what he would love. Whether he prefers a unique gift that’s a bit more traditional or a modern techy one, your dad would likely appreciate any gift paired with a floral arrangements.

To ensure your gift-picking is smooth-sailing, check out these gifts that perfectly match any blooms to assure your dad that he is loved and appreciated.

1. Dad’s day out

When you grow up and become busy with work, one thing that you likely miss out on is time with family. Hence, there is no better gift than the gift of time, so take your dad out to a father-child bonding over a shared activity or something you know your dad will enjoy himself at.

For example, if your dad is a sporty type or loves to watch sports on the television, take him to an upcoming game in town. If he loves music, take him to a concert. If he is a movie-goer, bring him to the cinema. Regardless, it’s best to take your dad out for a day and bond over his favourite interests.

Letting your father know you want to spend time with him from indoors to outdoor activities is the best gift of all.

2. Complete the bucket list

If your dad has always wanted to do something, but did not get the chance, now's the best time to cross out a thing or two off that list.

You can take him to those piano lessons he’s always wanted to take, get that electric guitar your dad never got when he was a teen, or go for the fishing trip he’s been dying to try but hasn’t had the time.

Whether you prefer to cross out one or more from the list, this will surely be a day to remember for him.

3. Scrapbook

A gift from the heart will surely make his day right before it starts. Look for some old photos of your family or your dad and frame them for his nightstand.

Alternatively, you can even put together a scrapbook of mixed photos and the things he loves. Surprise your dad with a scrapbook paired with the best flowers to show your appreciation to your dad is a day that he will never forget. You can even include pressed flowers in the scrapbook to make it even more special.

4. Jewellery

know that, unlike women, most men don't like to wear shiny jewellery, but it doesn't always have to be that way. This can be a great gift to give your father on Father's Day, as it is a uniquely thoughtful gesture.

It doesn't have to be expensive; it is about the gesture, the thought, and choosing something your father will love. Whether your father is a necklace guy or more of a simple ring and watch type, there's something for everyone.

5. Meal delivery/Homecooked food

They say that 'the best way to a man's heart is through his stomach' - everyone knows that dads love food, so why not give him something that delivers delicious healthy food on this special day?

This is especially true if your father is the indoors type. After all, nothing beats ordering your favourite food and catching up on some movies at home.

Alternatively, you can cook or bake something yourself and bring it to him as breakfast in bed. Because you made the meal with love, this is a gesture your dad will appreciate.

Final Thoughts

There are so many options for choosing a Father's Day gift, but regardless of what you choose, this is a great time to thank the dads out there for all they did for you.

Make your father feel special on this day with anything on the list above and pair it with beautiful blooms.

You can start your preparations by browsing Charlotte Puxley Flowers’ collection of floral arrangements and daily flowers in Singapore and have them delivered right on your doorstep to surprise your dad. For more information on our delivery services, feel free to contact us today.

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