Make it personal this Christmas with these perfect gifts.
Moët and Chandon
This year, you’re all getting a bottle of champagne with my face on it. You can now personalize a bottle of Moët and Chandon in the #MoetMoment photobooth in The Marvel Room at Brown Thomas. It’s the ultimate notions family photo Christmas card alternative.
You take a picture in the booth in Brown Thomas or upload one from your device, and you’ll get a personalized label to stick on your bottle. A 200ml bottle is €19 and a 750ml is €55. Sure the boom is back. Pass me the Himalayan pink salt and organic apple cider vinegar crisps.
The Daily Edited
The Daily Edited create affordable luxury leather accessories, complete with customised monogramming. Each product in the leather range is made on a limited run incorporating the brand’s ethos that you can “make it your own”, and so you won’t see anyone else with the same thing.
Boots are offering a deadly engraving service this year. For just €4 (on top of the cost of the item that is being engraved, obvs) you can engrave on anything with a suitable surface – so make up brushes, pallets, perfume bottles, etc. The price doesn’t increase depending on the length of the message either. Handy for personalizing gifts, or for stamping your name on all the make up your sister keeps nicking.
This service is available in Boots in Jervis, Liffey Valley, Blanchardstown and Cork Half Moon Street.
Snapfish is a photo personalization service, offering Christmas cards starting at €0.99, 2 for 1 on personalized mugs starting at€11.99, photo canvases from €39.99 and 50% off personalized stocking fillers such as phone cases, key rings, coasters, and cushions.
You can also create your own Christmas Acrylic Ornament with a photo for €12.99 here (they’re also 2 for 1) – perfect for a recently married couple celebrating their first Christmas, anyone celebrating the birth of a newborn, or for remembering any special moments from the year, really. Or you could just gift everyone with a decoration of your own face.