Finding new ways to celebrate and share joy

T-Mag Wednesday 15/December/2021 19:09 PM
By: Brandpoint Content
Finding new ways to celebrate and share joy

Holiday cards, personalised gifts and new home decor are three top trends helping to create and share gifts with meaning this year.  The holiday season is a special time to share meaningful moments and gifts with loved ones to show each other you care. This year, people are finding new ways to celebrate and share joy with customized cards, personalised gifts and festive decor topping holiday lists.

Sharing meaningful moments is how people want to celebrate most this year. people have the ability to create things with meaning and receive products easily due to our ability to deliver products on demand.

Holiday cards

In today's digital age, you might think sending holiday cards is a fading tradition, but in actuality it's growing.

No matter your age, sending a holiday card sends the message that you care. Whether you prefer lighthearted cards with customised phrases that make people laugh or more traditional greetings with family photos and messages of holiday merriment, sending cards gives people near and far a reason to smile.

Personalised gifts

Finding the perfect gift might seem impossible, especially for the person who seems to have it all. Getting something that is unique and reflects the recipient's personality is easy when you personalise.

From books and toys to home goods and ornaments, there are many personalised products available that will leave a mark on the world in a way that only you can. When creating personalised gifts, consider including things like photography, names, dates and personalised phrases (like that fun inside joke) and any item becomes one of a kind.

Shopping trends

With supply chain disruption top of mind and worries about thin inventory and missing out on the best gifts, many consumers are shopping for the holidays earlier this year.

Gifts are often drivers for holiday shopping, but that's not the only reason carts are filling up in stores and online. A quarter of consumers plan to purchase new holiday home decor this year.

As consumers get ready for a second holiday season during the pandemic, they are looking to create meaning in each gift they give and every activity they plan.