Most of these items in this Father’s Day Gift Guide have been purchased using my own money. One item has been gifted and this has been marked with #Ad. All opinions are my own.
Father’s Day is fast approaching and finding dad friendly gifts can be really tough. This year it falls on Sunday 16th June so whether you are buying a present from yourself or from one of your kids hopefully this Father’s Day Gift Guide will give you some inspo. So ditch those ‘Best Dad’ mugs and find a gift that your Dad, Step Dad, Grandad will truly enjoy.
Do you have a favourite photo of you and your Dad? Why not get it made into a photo block? I bought this wooden photo block from a seller on Etsy. Just send them the image you want then it is printed and adhered to a wooden block. Prices start from £10.
Remind your Dad how much you love them with this hand stamped key ring from Etsy. This one is a Father’s Day gift for Noah’s Granda and was £14.75. There were loads of other designs to choose from on there. It also comes prettily wrapped up in blue tissue paper and a ribbon so you don’t have too.
If your Dad loves his gadgets then an Echo Spot will be well received. He can play music, find out weather reports, ask Alexa questions and can even learn some new jokes. At £119.99 it might be out of your budget so you could always club together with your siblings to get one or if your Dad’s birthday is always a few days before/after (or even on the same day some years) as Father’s Day like my Dad, then it can be a combined gift.
If your Dad is a bit of a foodie then one of these food hampers from Moonpig is the perfect gift. Tasty treats such as clotted cream shortbread, vanilla fudge, chocolate, tea, boozy dark marmalade and mini handmade oatcakes are presented in a pretty wicker chest. You can also order your Father’s Day card at the same time.
Maybe you don’t live near your Dad or he is just a really difficult person to buy for then gift cards are the way to go. You can get gift cards for most places now; stores, supermarkets, restaurants, cinemas or even iTunes. That way he can buy whatever he wants or he can enjoy a lovely meal all paid by you.
I hope my Father’s Day Gift Guide gave you some ideas on what to buy for the father figure in your life. What present have you bought for them in the past