Today, I am so excited to be teaming up with Chloe Wine Collection to share my three tips on how to win at gifting this holiday season!
1. Make it Personal
As I get older, the more I realize that it is much less about the actual gift and more about the love and thought behind it. And just in time for the holidays, Chloe Wine is offering free custom labels that are simple to request and make for a unique and thoughtful gift this holiday season! Just click here to create a free personalized label that is ready to be applied to your favorite Chloe Wine varietal purchased in-store or online.
2. Don’t Forget Your Clients + Colleagues
This time of year is all about friends + family, but don’t forget about those special people that make your work life enjoyable! With a free Chloe Wine label, a custom wine bottle won’t break the bank and is a special way to let those you work with know you value and appreciate them! And who wouldn’t want some bubbly as a gift?
3. Just Put A Bow On It!
Lessen the stress for yourself this holiday season! Bringing a personalized bottle of bubbly for the host of your holiday celebration will get the party started and set the tone for a fun night! I love gifting Chloe Prosecco because it is one of my favorites and the bottle is pretty all on its’ own! Just add a big bow and you’ve already made a great impression with a classic and fun gift!
Amidst the chaos of this season, remember to sit back and remind yourself to enjoy this special time with those you hold near and dear.
Count your blessings, not just your gifts, and cheers to the most wonderful time of the year! ♥
Can’t get enough of Chloe Wine? Me either! Make sure to check out my other posts in partnership with Chloe Wine Collection here:
Thank you Chloe Wine Collection for sponsoring this post. For more information and a store locator, please visit ChloeWineCollection.com and be sure to check out Chloe Wine Collection on Facebook and Instagram. Place your order here for a custom label by December 14th to have before Christmas!
Photos by Meg Russell