The sentiment of a gift lies not in its monetary value, but in the emotion it brings to both the recipient and the giver. More than just a great object, truly memorable gifts leave behind lasting impressions of what the gift represented. To show you that truly memorable gifts don’t have to cost a lot, here are some tips for choosing perfect presents under $50 (or at any price!)
Make it Thoughtful
It’s easy to pick out an item, wrap it, and call it a present. But the thought and intention behind a present is what makes it truly a gift. It is this attention to detail that gives a gift recipient warm feelings knowing that someone truly cares.
Carefully selected gifts to reflect the occasion, the person’s interests or style can go a long way in saying “this was chosen just for you.” It expresses the time and consideration put into choosing the perfect gift for the occasion.
Make it Personal
There’s nothing like a one-of-a-kind gift. There is excitement and prestige in receiving a gift that no one else has. Weather to commemorate a special occasion such as a wedding or to add a little something extra with an engraved pen or business card holder, personalization is an easy way to turn a gift into a keepsake. It is a simple touch that lets the recipient know that great care was taken in choosing a gift that will stand the test of time.
GiftTree is proud to offer personalization options on many of our most popular items.
Make It Inspiring
Spark seeds of creativity with gifts that fuel the recipient’s passion. Inspire them to dream big, live large and dive fully into what they love. Whether your recipient savors sipping a cup of tea with a good book, jotting their thoughts into a leather journal, or cooking a gourmet meal with a glass of fine wine, they will remember a gift that was given to fuel their creative side.
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Here are some more of our favorite gifts under $50 that are sure to be perfect presents.
What has been the most memorable gift you’ve ever received?