Thanksgiving is almost here. For most people, this is a day much anticipated all year round and a day typically spent with family and friends. Despite wanting to see everyone you love gathered around the table, sometimes it just isn’t possible to accept every invitation. Whatever the reason, not being able to spend Thanksgiving with all of your loved ones can be stressful and cause major anxiety. Nobody wants to disappoint, or to be disappointed.
Although it’s not possible to be seated around more than one Thanksgiving table at at a time, there many ways that you can be “present” without actually taking up a seat. One of our favorite ways is by gifting from afar! We love surprising those we can’t be with with a lovely gift basket that can be enjoyed by all who have gathered to celebrate. Below are a few crowd pleasers that are sure to send your best wishes across the miles.
The Fit For Royalty Gourmet Gift Basket is something to be thankful for! This luxurious gift basket comes with a little something for every stage of the feast: from Pacific Wile Smoked Salmon and Brie, to bavarian chocolates and Pomegranate Cream Truffles. Mouthwatering, classic and elegantly presented.
Looking for the perfect pumpkin pie accompaniment? Send some love their way with our Classic Distinction Chocolate Tower.
Premium chocolates, savory popcorn and roasted almonds are what’s inside! This beautifully packaged gift will deliver box after box of smiles. You will be thanked, I promise 🙂
Perhaps it’s the meat and cheese that they love? Send them something truly unique, our Select Charcuterie Gourmet Cheese Hamper. Savory and unique, this exquisite gift basket makes the perfect addition to the Thanksgiving hors d’oeuvres table. Included in this gift are premium cured meats and award winning artisan cheeses presented in a beautiful keepsake picnic hamper.
As you can see, there are many ways to let them know just how thankful you are, even if you cannot be there with them. These are just a few of our personal favorites – for more ideas check out our Thanksgiving gift collection!
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