It’s my favourite time of the year!! The time for lights, colours and Diwali Gifts!
With so many kids in the family, lovely ladies and daddies too, buying Diwali Gifts is never easy.
But here I’ve put together some rather amazing brands that I’ve met along my journey as a Mommy Blogger and Writer. These are those unconventional gift items that will be fun, unique and useful Diwali Gifts for the recipients.
These are websites I’ve collaborated with over my journey at Motheropedia, used personally for my family and thus, are highly recommended!
- Traditional Clothes!
These are a quintessential requirement for every festival and thus, make beautiful Diwali Gifts. You may not buy something new for yourself, but you certainly do for your kids! This beautiful label, Sienna By Ritu Chadha offers some of the most gorgeous and carefully designed kids traditional clothes! Inspired by her grand-daughter, this brand oozes everything that is classy and comfortable for the kids. Visit their Facebook page to order your festive ensemble now! I promise, you’ll love the clothes!
You can find the detailed review here!
- Ever Considered Gifting Healthy Eating Options?
Almost everyone is tired of the regular cookie jars, chotocolate boxes and mithais. Try giving these amazing kids and adult snack bar hampers from Happy Tummys as Diwali Gifts!! Put together by Divya and Rajat, these snack bars boast of healthy ingredients
I’ve gifted these for Rakhi Hampers and have been going back for more since then! So sweeten Diwali by gifting these as Diwali Gifts. They are natural, made with no preservatives or added sugar and include a whole lot of love!
I hear they’ve rolled out a special chocolate edition too!!
See the detailed Video Review here.
- Essentials for Everyoneeeeeee!
This is the mantra in today’s times. When on tight budgets and in dire need to get something useful and classy as Diwali Gifts for your family members, MycuteStickons is the place to go! A brand initiated by a dynamic entrepreneur, Romilla, this website has a wide price and product range to choose for. From name labels to property labels to wall decals to cards to those little things for moms, I’m quite certain you will not be able to refrain from shopping with them.
You can browse through their extensive range of choices here to find your perfect choice for Diwali Gifts.
Read more about their awesome kids labels here.
- Some Sweet Memories !
Isn’t this what festivals are all about. Being together. Boding together. Spending some sweet moments doing things together. I’ll shout out for BakeMe as a perfect Diwali Gift. Started by Mompreneur, Kirti, I’ve tried their baking subscription boxes. We’ve spent some of our best moments mixing, tossing, melting, whisking, baking and eating the stuff that come out of her subscription boxes. I highly recommend these as Diwali Gifts for those families that love DIY’s and don’t mind cooking up some memories.
Here’s my little memoir about Bake Me!
- For the Little Babies, Mommies and Daddies too!
A revolution in the world of gifting, this is one of its own kind of a gifting platform. Focused on serving useful and usable gifts only, Giftistree was envisioned and conceptualized by Bhavna Kanaoria with a vision of encouraging the creation of gift registries. There’s something for babies, mommies, daddies and the home. So if you are looking for unique gifts for everyone in the family, your search will end here!
See their most unusual gifts for kids here.
- The Gift Of Learning
This is the most precious of all gifts that one can give. Diawli vacations are long often leading kids at the mercy of screens. With Trunk Works, founder sisters Manini and Saloni have lined up specially created games, learning material, hands-on exploration material, you can gift the kids something that they will truly gain from. I’ve started ordering from them and you should too!
If you want to read about my experience with Trunk Works, you can find it here.
- Crackling Gifts For Your Loved Ones?I’m in love with this brand. Dottedi is everything that makes your heart want more. From hampers to gifts to experiences, Nadia, the founder of Dottedi and her team have always managed to bring something totally unconventional to the table! Their Diwali Gifts are nothing short of ‘out of this world!’
Stop by my website and do read my review on their awesome products.
So get those fingers clicking away on the laptops and have a fun time browsing through these amazing websites!!
That’s a superb list to browse for that perfect Diwali gift for friends and family members. I have checked all the pages and I am quite impressed by the Trunk Works and Giftistree. Let’s see if I get something for myself too. 🙂
That’s a well curated list. I do a lot of gift shopping online and am always on the look out for something different. Haven’t heard of these brands before and especially intrigued by Happy tummys and trunk works
This is a great round up! I see a lot of familiar favourites over there, where I window shop and/or shop. I’m going to check out Happy tummys, haven’t heard of them before.
That’s a great review. All the products look very interesting
That’s an awesome review. Thanks for sharing👍
That is such a handy list. Diwali shopping can be so tedious at times. Thank you for this post.
Such a helpful post. I love finding the perfect Diwali gifts and will be sure to check out the places you mentioned.
I loved the lamp pot picture. This is a very funky list that you have created with something for everyone.
That’s a wonderful round-up. I was looking for some good online sites for Diwali shopping. This list is going to help me a lot,
Thanks for this great curated list…bookmarking it to buy gifts for the family this Diwali 🙂
These are lovely gifting ideas. Useful and unique.
I am definitely checking out Happy Tummys for sure. I had not even heard of them before I read your post just now. Forget gifting, I would like to get those treats for Karma for general snacking or have them around for play dates or birthday parties. Thanks so much!
Great list for Diwali gifts and otherwise too. I am checking out Dottedi and the cute stick ons. Thanks for sharing the list.