My Mam keeps giving the girls personalised cards and I love receiving them. I’m a sentimental fool – just ask my husband, he’ll agree! I keep all the birthday cards, Christmas cards, Valentine cards that we give to each other. I’ve also made a book from the cards that we were given on the birth of our first.
So when I was contacted by Dom and Geri to take a look at their range of course I said yes! I’ve had a poke around the website to see what’s available but I’ll be honest, I can’t decide on what to get! We haven’t got a birthday nor event coming up for a while in our household. In the meantime, let me tell you a little about them.
Dom and Geri
Dom and Geri was founder by brother and sister Dominic and Geri. They recognised a demand for high quality, personalised wrapping paper, cards, banners etc. The company is based here in the UK – in Leeds to be precise. They’ve had pop up shops in some major big name stores like Hamleys, Selfridges and Fenwick. Not only that, they’ve been on telly a fair few times (Gadget Show & TOWIE)
As I mentioned, they have a wide range of products available for all occasions – birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, new baby, Valentine, Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Christening and many more:
- wrapping paper (start at £3.99)
- banners (start at £12.49)
- cards (start at £2.99)
- cider/beer/champagne (start at £10)
- candles (start at £10)
The website is really easy to navigate (even the mobile friendly version) and personalising is simple. Any of the products can be personalised as much as you want. What is great is that the text can be edited which means I can finally make some Welsh wrapping paper! I’ll be able to write “penblwydd hapus” instead of happy birthday! I know that’s only a small thing but for me it’s great! Being able to personalise it in Welsh is fab!
If you’re desperate for your personalised gifts then so long as you place your order before 2pm your order will be dispatched the same day via Royal Mail First Class delivery.
Right I’m going to head back to the website to order some Mother’s Day wrapping paper (Mother’s Day is March 11th in case you don’t know!)
Do you love personalised gifts?
(This is a collaborative post)