Christmas gift guide: 6 of the best personalised gifts

Tomorrow marks the day we open the first door on our advent calendars, and to say we’re excited about it finally being December is an understatement. But with it comes the fear-inducing realisation that we have a lot of shopping to get done.

Luckily we’re providing you with a tonne of gift guides to make the whole thing that little bit easier!

What better way to say you care than with a gift catering specifically to the special person in your life? Check out 5 of our favourite personalised products.

1. My Burberry personalised perfume

Pick up a bottle of Burberry’s signature scent, My Burberry, for a loved one, and while you’re at it, chuck their initials on the bottom. Burberry will monogram the bottle you buy to make it that extra bit special.

Image Credit: Burberry

Image Credit: Burberry

2. Twinings personalised tea caddy

For any tea lovers out there, what better than a personalised tea caddy? Perfect to keep those precious tea leaves safe.

Image Credit: Twinings

Image Credit: Twinings

3. Studio Sarah monogrammed notebook

Aspiring writers or anyone keen on a good list will love these initial notebooks, a personal approach to every important note-to-self.


Image Credit: Studio Sarah London

4. Emma Bridgewater mug

We love Emma Bridgewater mugs, and you can add a personal message to the face and the base of a mug. Add a name, nickname, or a special secret message on the bottom to go with their personalised tea cosy.


Image Credit: Instagram – emma_bridgewater

5. Nutella tub

Fans of Nutella will love these tubs, available at Selfridges. Emboss a tub of everyone’s favourite chocolate spread with the name of your choosing to create a great stocking filler.

Image Credit: Instagram - jasminecara

Image Credit: Instagram – jasminecara

6. Oliver Bonas Candle

Emboss a beautiful candle from Oliver Bonas with the message of your choice for yet another personal touch. There are 5 scents to choose from, and you can add up to 4 lines of text with a special message.


Image Credit: Oliver Bonas

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