Don’t Miss the Three T’s in Etiquette – Part 1 of 3

How do you spell etiquette? Let’s take a look at the three T’s that help define gift etiquette: talk, taste, and tailor-made. Your gift talks—so what message do you want to communicate? Your present articulates taste—what kind? And your gift package should be tailor-made for the recipient—or it could be lost in the sea of mediocrity and easily forgotten. You’re going to love Gift-Giving Etiquette 101…

Talk

Did you know whatever gift you choose expresses a mood? You don’t have to know a lot of psychology to understand the subliminal messaging behind presents.

Take a gift basket filled with fruits, cheeses and nuts. Now compare that giftpack with a carepackage full of snack mix, crackers, chip and dip, etc.

What words do you think of when you see a fruit basket? Sunshine fresh, wholesome, cool and crisp, all-natural, cool comfort, we could go on and on…

Now what does a snack mix carepackage express? Well, how about casual, fun, snack breaks, TV munchies, etc.

So if you need to send a sympathy/get well carepackage to someone, what would you choose? The fruit giftbasket would express your heartfelt sentiments better than a party carepack.

And if you’re getting ready for the next big football game? We’ll let you decide.

Stay tuned to find out what the next T in etiquette stands for…

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2 thoughts on “Don’t Miss the Three T’s in Etiquette – Part 1 of 3

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