Giving the gift that encapsulates your feelings is difficult, but when your loved ones or friends are far away, it can be even more of an undertaking. Showing your sentiment from so far away is hard when you’re close to the person you’re sending a gift to. Whatever the occasion, you want to send a gift that shows how much you care. It’s important not to let a moment pass by understated, simply because you’re far apart. If you’re anything like the gang here at GiftTree, you love to show how much you care through your gifts. In exploring the idea of sending long-distance gifts, we came up with a list of expressive, sentimental offerings to help you send your very best. No matter the occasion, here are our favorite sentimental gifts for far away friends. Onward!
Sending Long-Distance Thank You’s and Congratulations
When someone goes out of their way to do something for you or has achieved a goal and deserves a reward for a job well done, sending a gift that expresses your sincere thanks or congratulations is in order. Don’t let the moment pass by without expressing what you really mean – GiftTree’s collection of thank you gifts and offerings of congratulations hit the mark of sentimentality and sincerity.
Sending Happiest Birthday and Anniversary Wishes from Afar
Want to send the makings for a fabulous birthday or a happy anniversary? When it comes to making the milestones matter, a card simply won’t do! Go above and beyond with a bottle of champagne or wine to send a toast across the miles, or send along some well-deserved pampering!
Sending Comfort and Encouragement Across the Miles
Whether they’re experiencing a loss or recovering from an illness or surgery, a little comfort and encouragement go a long way. Flowers are a nice gesture and often times make for a beautiful offering, but do they really say what you mean? From offerings that are personalized to express your sympathy to gifts that offer wishes for good health, sending comfort and encouragement from afar is something GiftTree does best.
What is the best gift you’ve ever received from a long distance friend?