Friday, 5 June 2020

Ten Ideas to Make Father's Day Special



Father's day will soon be upon us and it's time to think of how we are going to celebrate this day during lock down.

Here are my Ten Ideas to make Father's Day Special

1. How about starting the day with breakfast in bed for the dad, the kids could make easy pancakes and juice which always goes down well.


2. Plan a picnic in the garden, it's easier to social distance and enjoy. Make some open sandwiches, salad and dips and crackers and a fresh fruit salad.


3. Enjoy some board games and have a gaming tournament in the garden.

4. Have a smoothie station, cut different fruits and keep in Tupperware. Have ice and ice cream at hand, offer to blend smoothies to order. (don't forget the extension lead for the blender)

5. Get kids to make redeemable vouchers for dad depending on their ability and age such as make a cup of tea, head massage, wash car or make a sandwich. 
6. Get the children to bake dad's favourite cookies or a cake.

7. For actual gifts, it's rather difficult to go shopping during lock down, however there are lots of online retailers, where you can order gifts. Some ideas for the perfect gift can be a personalised mug or t shirt, a bottle of wine, an online course. 



You can also get ties, cufflinks, a watch or this beautiful 100 percent leather Montreal casual brown RFID wallet from Trendhim. It comes in various different colours and has ample room to keep cards and notes. It's perfect to keep all the credit cards safe and secure from hackers and it's the ideal size to fit in any trouser or jacket pocket. The wallet also comes in a sleek black gift box ready for gifting. I am sure any dad would love to receive this sleek, smart and stylish wallet.


8. Encourage the kids to make a personalised father's day card using family photos to make a collage.

9. Buy a fruit tree and gift it to dad so that it can be a gift for life.




10. For those dad's that are football mad, why not gift him a personalised leather bound deluxe Personalised Football Book. This gift is so unique and any die hard football fan would love to receive this as a fathers day present. 





The book has highlights of  cup triumphs, great goal and includes details about Premier League, Football League and Scottish League teams. The newspapers date back to 1900 with lots of amazing content about the favourite team. 





There is a choice of 60 teams to choose from and there are six colours to choose fromfor the cover. The book can be personalised with the dads name and a short message from the giver. It comes in beautiful keep sake matching gift box too. 




Of course this football book is not just for father's day, it can make a beautiful birthday or Christmas gift too.
I hope some of these ideas will help you to have a fun and enjoyable father's day during lock down.

**collaborative post

22 comments:

  1. I love these ideas and we did the fruit tree as teenagers and it is now a pretty big tree, yet to give him any plums, but it grows x

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    1. Oh dear that's a dud tree then. Maybe a plant or bush for the garden this year then.

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  2. Lovely ideas for Father's Day.. For men it is really difficult to choose gifts. This post will be useful for many.

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    1. It is difficult to buy for men I think there is less choice compared to buying for women.

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  3. Lots of great ideas here. As a man I must admit those football books look very appealing, and would be an ideal gift for any fan of the beautiful game!

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    1. It's great to get the approval from a man on these ideas.

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  4. Some great and ideas as well as gift suggestions here. I do like the idea of a picnic, that would be something different to what we always do

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    1. We are planning a picnic in the garden or a barbecue if weather is good.

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  5. These are lovely gift ideas Nayna! I have no idea what to get my dad this year but you've certainly given me some inspiration.

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  6. Kristine Nicole Alessandra6 June 2020 at 14:55

    I like the idea of those redeemable vouchers. That's nice. I think I am going to grab that idea. My husband is not one who expects gifts, but we do get him something he likes anyway. :)

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    1. When my girls were little we did that each year and both of them offered what ever they were able to do. Its a great idea and very personal.

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  7. Thanks Nayna for these lovely ideas. It is always hard to shop for men especially when they have everything

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  8. These are great ideas for how to still ensure that Father's Day is special - I think we will be having a picnic in the garden

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  9. I think a gaming tournament would go down a treat in our house come Fathers Day! Might have to suggest it to the kids.

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  10. These are some great gift ideas and ideas for how to make the day special. We are planning on baking my husbands favourite sweet treat and having a bbq in the garden to celebrate. Laura | Tales of a Natural Spoonie x

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  11. I’ve ordered afternoon tea to be delivered to my Dads for him and my mum to share. I’ve got my partner a Lego board game from my son for us to play together

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  12. These are great ideas and with not being able to go out to the shops gift guides are much more important x

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  13. My Dad is really to hard to buy for - he doesn't support any football teams and the only sport he likes is F1

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  14. Very good ideas for Father's Day. As my hubby is not too great at appreciating gifts from the children, they usually create wonderful memory cards for him to keep.

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  15. Lovely ideas. In a way, lockdown is good for things like Father's Day because it encourages you to be more thoughtful and spend more time together as a family.

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  16. Your Father Day is surprisingly interesting, thanks for your work and desire to share your knowledge with others. You have one more supporter

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