Give Better Gifts. It’s a simple concept but difficult to execute. And with online shopping and Black Friday madness, sometimes I feel like I’ve lost touch with the most important and magical aspect of gift-giving: Connecting.
It can be tempting to shower your loved ones with tons of tiny gifts and stocking stuffers, but studies suggest that they’ll appreciate one larger, more thoughtful gift in the long run. So why not take advantage of group-gifting to pool your efforts with family and friends and chip in for one really impressive gift for those extra special people in your life? Continue reading “Why You Should Group-Gift This Year”
October is here! And while you’re probably just thinking about Halloween, now is the perfect time to prepare for the gifting season.
So many of us dread the holiday season, procrastinating and worrying our way through the months until December is knocking obnoxiously at our door. We at StoriesToArt believe you don’t have to merely “get through” the coming months, but can actually enjoy the process and thrive in the act of finding and giving truly meaningful gifts.
The secret? Find personal ones, and get them early.
Get them in October, to be precise. That way you can avoid burning out closer to the holidays and spread out your costs.
No one can argue that a couple’s wedding day is one of the most incredible and important days of their life. In one beautiful, crazy ritual, two people join hands, jump off the proverbial cliff of singledom and, with incredible trust and love, hope for the best. Such a powerful commitment deserves an equally powerful (and one-of-a-kind) gift to commemorate and remind the couple of the meaning behind the ceremony and beauty of that day.
This season, we challenge you to rise above the registry and opt for something truly unique that the couple will remember forever. Here are some of our favorite gift ideas: Continue reading “Unforgettable Wedding Gifts”
Ah, the so-called “perfect gift.” We all want to give gifts that reflect a real connection between our gift recipients and us, but how do you find that one, shiny, oh-so-elusive object that singlehandedly captures the essence of your recipient’s personality or conveys a shared story? Simple: