FINDING THE PERFECT GIFT WITH NATIVE SISTER

Finding the perfect gift can be tricky. Whether you’re buying for a birthday, a Christmas present, a dinner host or a new parent, it can be hard to find something personable and unique.

Luckily I’ve come across Native Sister - the most beautiful brand that puts thought and sentiment into every one of their gift boxes to make gifting even more special. By choosing one of their pre-created boxes or customising your own, you can find the perfect gift that you know the recipient will cherish, or select one for yourself.

After getting to know the lovely girls behind the brand, they crafted a customised box to gift to me. Focusing on my favourite moment of the week - a Saturday morning - they created a box filled with everything needed for a relaxing and slow start to the weekend.

For me, Saturday mornings are all about time to myself. I love being able to sleep in later, enjoy a good, and not rushed, breakfast and then a long soak in the bath before heading out for the day.

My box from Native Sister perfectly complemented this. Beautifully packaged with a silk bow and dried flowers, the box was filled with products from small and high quality brands.

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Geranium, patchouli and frankincense Himalayan bath soak and chai tea scrub from Yellow Gorse made the best smelling and relaxing bath while a fig and cassis candle from Hobo and cream alpaca socks from Tom Lane created the cosiest place once I got out of the tub.

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To top it off, Native Sister had also added a sachet of their own rose paradise tea which is a delicious blend of black tea and fruit.

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All of these products are lovely on their own but there’s something extra special about them being packaged together. Now, when I open that customised box I feel like it’s the beginning of taking a little time for myself and when life is hectic and work is busy that’s important.

Take a look at all of the boxes on Native Sister and pick one for a friend or relative, or just for yourself.

Thank you to Native Sister for sponsoring this post.