Welcome to our giftwrap blog!

Hello and welcome to the Pretty Gifted blog, where we’ll be showcasing all the special things that we find in the gifting and stationery world, also ideas and tips to make your giftwrapping easier (and look like it was wrapped by a pro!)

If you’ve not had a play with our clever online tool to make your personalised giftwrap, you’re in for a treat, have a go and make your own personalised giftwrap here. Simply pick your paper, font and foil and write your personalised message – voila it’s that easy!

Here are some more topics that we’ll cover in our blog:

Buy British

Every giftwrap order is printed and posted from our HQ in Cheshire, so we’ll be explaining more about the people in our team and why it’s important to buy gifts and giftwrap made in Britain.

Ethical retailer

We believe it’s important to use paper from responsible sources and that’s another topic we’ll cover, so you can rest assured that when trees are cut down for our giftwrap that more trees are planted.

The cherry on top

With every order, we pop in a silver glittery gel pen and a gift tag (per sheet of paper) so that your perfectly wrapped gift is crowned with your sparkly message. We’ll give you calligraphy writing tips and creative ideas how to attach your tag.

Happy Birthday from PG x

We love to see pics of your finished gifts, so please send them to us via our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages and we’ll use them to boast about your skills to others, but also to wish the recipient a Happy Birthday, Anniversary or Graduation etc from Pretty Gifted!

You can easily subscribe to our giftwrap blog for news, gift ideas, gift wrapping inspiration and limited edition paper colours and icons.

We’re always looking for new and inspiring things, so if you come across something that you think we’d love, please drop us an email, and if we blog about it we’ll credit your name to say thanks.

So, come on this journey of discovery with us, it’s going to be fun!

PG x

We love to help you make what’s on the outside as individual as what’s on the inside.