Thursday, April 3, 2014

Delicious Wishes Gifts Review #Easter #Mother's Day #Father's Day Gift Guide!


My Customized Easter Basket (Front)
My Customized Easter Basket (Back)


Delicious Wishes Gifts is an amazing one of a kind gift basket company! They really do have gifts for every occasion just as their site states! They also have gifts that are super nice for every budget. With gifts starting as low as $12.99 you can find the perfect gift for that special someone for any occasion. The basket I received for review was an Easter Basket. I was truly brought to tears when I saw the work and thought that Miss Donna puts in every basket. Her baskets are not just baskets they are her own works of art. I only told Donna my kids liked Cars and Orange and she hit everything else right on the nail for their age range, tastes and likes. This is not your every day thrown together basket. I would easily have paid $100 for my basket without hesitating. Her baskets are better than any I have ever seen before. I expected to get a nice basket with candy and such what I got was my children's Easter Dream Basket. I could never in a million years make a basket the way she did. 

Delicious Wishes makes baskets for so many different occasions; anniversaries, birthdays, babies, congratulations, get well, graduation, housewarming, thank you, get well , and all holidays (Valentine's Day Easter Mother's Day etc.).  The next time you are looking for a gift stop by Delicious Wishes Gifts. Make sure you like Delicious Wishes Gifts on Facebook for a chance to win a beautiful basket of your own. Donna will be giving one away when she reaches 200 likes! Check out some of Delicious Wishes Gifts amazing baskets below!
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Mother's Day Gift


Mother's Day or Birthday Gift or just an amzing Pampering Package

Baby Shower or Birth Gift
Free For All received a sample to try to facilitate this review. No financial compensation was received all opinions are 100 percent my own!
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