If you live in the UK like myself then you will know Sunday the 19th of June is Fathers Day!! A day to show our Dad’s how much we love and appreciate them. A day for our fathers to sit back and relax, watch their favourite TV shows and if they’re lucky, have dinner cooked for them.
I absolutely love my Dad. I am 100% a daddy’s girl, so I always want to make sure his Father’s Day is the best it can be.
Today I thought it would be fun to share with you a few Father’s Day gift ideas, and ideas of what you could do for your father to show him how much you love him (Or just to earn some Brownie Points… Either way).
A sealed money pot.
Last Christmas I bought my Dad a money pot which can only be opened if you smash it, the idea is to fill it with as much money as possible before you smash it so when the time comes you have lots of money saved up. I think this little pot is a great idea because you can use it to save up to go on a day trip together, or put towards a holiday or weekend away. A present which will enable you to create memories, what better gift is there?
A personalised present.
Anything personalised is always a great idea, as it adds that little something special to a gift. These days you can get pretty much anything personalised – Phone cases, keyrings, mugs! The list is endless. I bought my Dad a personalised keyring one Christmas, and my sister bought him a lovely personalised mug one year for Father’s Day. Whatever you think your Dad will like the most or use the most is the best thing to go for. My Dad drinks tea everyday so a mug was a great thing to go for since he will use it often, but if you’re dad uses his phone a lot maybe even for work purposes then a phone case is perfect.
A Lynx gift set.
Okay, it’s pretty standard that if you’re a guy then at some point in your life you will receive at least one Lynx giftset. Whether it’s a Christmas present, a birthday present or a Father’s Day present – a Lynx giftset is basically to be expected. So really, what else is there to buy your Dad on Father’s Day? Besides, everyone benefits from shower gel and body spray.
Cook your Dad breakfast.
A cooked breakfast is always a winner, but cooking lunch or dinner for your dad is just as nice. Cooking for someone is a great way to show them you care, even better if you’re cooking them their favourite meal. I usually make my Dad breakfast on Fathers Day since he loves Haddock. I always have to get my Mum to help me though, since I can’t cook to save my life.
Take him out.
It doesn’t have to be expensive, but even taking your Dad for a coffee at a local coffee shop is great idea. Not only does he get a little treat, but you both get to spend quality time together.
That’s just a few Father’s Day ideas for you. I hope you enjoyed reading this post, make sure you let me know what you’re getting your Dad for Father’s Day in the comments section. I would love to know. ☺️
I hope you all have a great day celebrating Father’s Day. ❤️ Thankyou for reading, love Jennie. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx