Father’s Day Gift Guide 2017 – My Favourite Gift Ideas
It’s nearly Father’s Day again and why not spoil your dad or the father of your children with a few special treats to celebrate what a great dad he is?
Here are my favourite gift ideas that the dads I know would love.
My husband loves beer and drinks ale too as a treat when we’re out sometimes so on special occasions I like to buy him some interesting bottles that he might not treat himself too. This set is called the Wild Card Beer Variety Pack and consists of four craft beers (Jack of Clubs ruby ale, Queen of Diamonds light amber outrageously hopped IPA, King of Hearts light and refreshing blonde and Ace of Spades classic black London Porter with red undertones) and only costs £9.95.
Some grooming gear is almost essential for Father’s Day if your dad or partner is the shaving type. My husband and father-in-law are both bearded nowadays but this set from Cornerstone is amazing! Their sets contain everything a man needs for a smooth and comfortable shave. The products are great quality — I’m testing them myself and will be back with a full review and a giveaway soon. It’s a very affordable subscription service that you tailor to your needs.
My husband loves hot sauces so they’re always a safe option for a gift for him. This Modern Cocktails Gourmet BBQ Sauces gift set, available from John Lewis for £10.00, looks fun and really cute. It contains a variety of four Gourmet BBQ Sauces — Hot & Spicy, Original Recipe, Hickory BBQ and Sweet Heat BBQ Sauces.
This is another classic! Pick up his favourite spirit or one he’s always wanted to try and you have a great gift. My husband likes whisky and scotch but he’s not tried Monkey Shoulder yet as far as I know. This Monkey Shoulder Cocktail Jar Gift Set (£25.95) looks great and you get a nice branded cocktail jar to enjoy your drinks from with your full sized bottle.
If you can, make his favourite breakfast to celebrate Father’s Day. Most British men love a fry up so that’s probably a safe choice. Or why not a full fry up in biscuit form? I would prefer that! Biscuiteers make absolutely scrumptious biscuits that are handmade and decorated beautifully. They’re really fun too! Check out this Father’s Day Big Breakfast Biscuit Tin (£39.50) that contains all the fry up essentials and more.
This beautiful square wooden keyring (£18.00) can be personalised with your child’s own drawing and would make a perfect gift for children to give to their dad this Father’s Day. It’s so sweet, fun and personal and I’m sure all dads would love it! Maria Allen is a boutique that makes handmade personalised gifts and they have lots of great gift options for Father’s Day.
If the dad you’re celebrating has a sweet tooth, treat him to something a bit special like this amazing looking Hotel Chocolat Billionaire’s Shortbread Slab (£16.00 for 500g). It’s a luxurious blend of irresistible caramel and milk chocolate, finished off with a dusting of crispy shortcake biscuits, presented in contemporary and stylish packaging perfect for gifting. Yum!
If you didn’t find the perfect Father’s Day gift in this article, why not check out Gear Hungry‘s reviews on gadgets for men and you might find an amazing gift there instead.
Some of the brands mentioned are ones I’m working with on reviews but it’s my choice completely to include them in this gift guide. The post also contains a sponsored link.