What Makes Our Custom Gift Baskets Unique?

March 7, 2018

Every custom basket design starts by gathering information from the client. We will want to know why the gift is being given.  We will ask you to share information about the person or company receiving the gift. We will want to know your price point and due date of the gift. After we have gathered the information and ordered special products for the basket, the designing of the gift begins.

The photo is a Thank You Gift Basket, for Triumph Roofing and Construction. The Thank You gift was designed to show client appreciation. We were asked to design both medium and a large Thank You Gift Baskets. The photo above is the large Thank You Gift Basket,  it includes a bottle of wine, wine glasses, a wine coaster, Triumph Roofing and Construction wine tote and corkscrew opener, and sweet and savory gourmet treats. The gift was designed to withstand, 90 the plus degrees temperatures, in Texas.

Every custom gift basket is photographed and a list of basket contents sent to the client for approval. We do this so every client has input into the design and can make changes. This is part of our design process and we strive for 100% satisfaction. Our gift baskets are designed and assembled by hand, one by one, in Texas. We create hand tied bows for every gift basket and ensure your products are super fresh when they are received.

We personally select the gourmet food items and gifts for each custom gift basket. Every selection is evaluated for its quality, presentation and taste. We support “Shop Small” and source many items locally in Texas. We want our clients and their recipients to love what we create for them.

The above photo is a Baby Gift Basket for Lyle. The client shared with us the Baby Shower invitation and the baby registry selections. We were able to utilize that information, to design a custom gift that reflected the nursery theme for Lyle. The information that a client provides is essential to designing a gift that is truly personal and unique.

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