Want something that she really loves? It’s hard! You don’t want to give a pair of expensive earrings that she has to fake love. EEK! Why not bring her into the decision making. Give her a GroupTogether AnyCard that lets her choose which retailer to spend with or you can choose the retailer and let her make the final decision. Or if you prefer to present something … here’s what’s trending.
Either way, let us take the hassle out of organising the gang! We’ll invite everyone to chip in + sign the card. Too easy!
Every time I wear a piece that was given to me I reminisce about the person who gave it. It has sentimental value. Not sure what to choose? Let everyone chip in for a gift card from DAVID JONES or The ICONIC gift card and let her select something she’ll LOVE. Or choose it yourself. Careful with earrings – not always returnable.
Sleek AirPods for a work out or blue tooth ones so that you can binge watch without disturbing a partner, give a JB Hi Fi gift card and let them choose.
SPECIAL NIGHT OUT
For a foodie or someone who doesn’t get spoiled, a GOOD FOOD gift card lets her choose where and when from Australia’s best restaurants and cafes.
AHHH…. SPA TREATMENTS
What a treat! Let her choose from facials to massage at her convenience at any of 100 endota spa locations.
A NEW EXPERIENCE – YOGA to BRIDGE CLIMB
Don’t need more stuff? Give a series of meditation lessons, bucket list experience or wine appreciation classes with a RED BALLOON gift card.
Ooh… fashionistas swoon for a bag they’d NEVER buy for themselves. All the better that it comes from the pals! Let them go crazy with a gift card from Parlour X.
A gift card for The ICONIC ticks all the boxes – massive fashionable range and FAST. There’s options from jewellery to fashion and workout gear and recently they’ve added beauty.
From phone covers to note books, jewellery case to luggage, it’s nicer with your initials. Spend your GroupTogether money at The Daily Edited and they’ll wrap the gift in their heavenly pink boxes and bags too!
Weddings are an incredibly special and unique time for a bride and groom. For the guests, giving a wedding gift was traditionally seen as a way to help the newlyweds