Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day is just around the corner (17th June). So to celebrate that, I thought I would put together a gift guide with a difference. (and one that doesn’t break the bank either!)

I personally find Father’s Day a really tricky holiday to buy gifts for, especially seeing as my dad’s birthday is the exact same week. (thanks for that Dad!)

me dad

As you can see, my previous Father’s Day gift buying escapades have been questionable!

 

All the gift ideas I’m sharing with you today can be fully personalised. And that’s not just the product itself, but the packaging and gift-wrapping too. Every gift is truly unique.

*This post is sponsored by Gifts Less Ordinary but all thoughts and opinions are my own*

Gifts Less Ordinary is a one-stop marketplace displaying beautiful and unique personalised gifts. I could spend hours on their website browsing through everything they have to offer. Even though I’m focusing on Father’s Day for this post – they have gifts for literally EVERY occasion so make sure that you log on and check them out.

So without further ado – let’s get on with the gift guide!

Personalised Leather Bag and Bike Tool Kit by Posh Totty Designs – £34.33

Bike bag

As soon as I saw this bag I thought about my Dad straight away. He has a bike (albeit a motorbike instead of a pushbike) so that’s where the customisation would come in handy!

Buying the bike tool kit to go with it is optional but a really nice touch.

“Daddy’s Man Cave Sign” by The Owl and Otter – £31.69

man cave sign

This one would be absolutely perfect for my dad as his garage is full of motorbike gear, tools and beer- a proper “man cave”. Once again, this sign can be fully personalised to match your dad’s tastes and personality.

 

Watch by Highland Angel – £67.60

watch

I love these watches because they’re simple and not too “showy” so they’d suit anyone’s tastes. They’re watches are engraved on the reverse of the face, making them the perfect gift for Fathers Day and a real keepsake.

Personalised Pliers Multi-Tool Kit by Twenty-Seven – £43.25

tools personalised

You can’t go wrong with a multi-tool – they’re so much more compact than carrying around a full bulky toolkit. My dad is always helping me out around our flat with DIY bits and pieces so this would be a great choice for him.

Personalised Gun Metal Cafetierre from Becky Broome – £66.54

caferiere coffee

Who doesn’t love (or need!) a coffee in the morning to start the day? This is the perfect Father’s Day gift for dads who are serious about their coffee.

If you’re a fan of wishlists and gift guides – why not check out my Homeware Wishlist?

Related Post: My Homeware Wishlist

Gifts Less Ordinary offer free delivery WORLDWIDE so they’re the perfect place to buy your dad something truly special.

I also want to say a huge thank you to Gifts Less Ordinary for sponsoring this post, it’s been great working with you!

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