Ever dreamed of letting your colleagues know how you really feel? Or fantasised about sending a farewell message to your ex? Or perhaps you’re just searching for a cheeky gift to spoil your bestie or excite your significant other?
Well look no further, because we’ve put together a range of the naughtiest gifts for 2019 to bring you the bespoke and beautiful Personalised Favours Inappropriate Gifts collection.
While these gifts are definitely not safe for the workplace, they will give you a giggle and make you want more of exactly where they came from…
Naughty Gifts for Colleagues
If you often suffer from a case of Mondayitis and yo
When your BFF’s birthday rolls around this year, don’t get them (yet another) gift card.
Instead, think outside the box with original, customised birthday gifts for all the special people in your life. From party animals to unprepared homemakers, we’ve got the cheeky and charming birthday gifts that’ll have your present-buying wrapped up in no time.
For the friend who is always the first to RSVP to a party
Who doesn’t have a good-time gal or guy in their life? They can always be relied on to agree with your suggestion of a cheeky drink on a school night, and because of them, you’ll usually end up raging ‘til 2am.
For their birthday, picking the right gift is easy – they’ll love a personalised wine, beer or shot glass to indulge in their favourite tipple. But h
This month at Personalised Favours, we're celebrating birthdays - and three members of our team are lucky enough to be born during the month of July. Here we share with you some behind-the-scenes info and profile three of our favourite PF personalities, as well as offering some helpful hints for ideal and affordable customised birthdays gifts to suit these very distinct personality types.
The worst birthday gift I ever received was a box. Now, don't get me wrong - it came wrapped in sparkly paper and it had ballerinas on it, and for a 10-year-old girl, this would usually equate to a 10/10 present. But as I carefully unwrapped my new possession in front of my friends and family at the local Chinese restaurant, I still held my breath, anxious to find out what was under that wrapping paper. It was a box. A beautiful, black, wicker box - but still, just a box.
You've hired a suit, spent up big on a new formal-length gown, and paid for some pricey accommodation in wine country (during peak season, of course). You are, in essence, the perfect wedding invitee - but there's another little tradition that can trip up even the best of guests: the wedding gift. They say it's the thought that counts, but on their wedding day, the bride and groom are probably expecting a little more than: "it was on sale", "I bought it at the petrol station on the way in", or "Everybody needs four pairs of tongs, don't they?" There's a reason that Google produces 577,000,000 results for the search term 'bad wedding gifts', and they all seem to have a common thread: they were a waste of money, because they were something the happy couple couldn't (or w