9 Gifts That Will Bring Joy to Any Grandparent’s Day
National Grandparents Day is only weeks away.
The first Sunday after Labor Day marks National Grandparents Day, falling on September 13 this year. Even if you and your family can’t spend the day with loved ones this time around, a gift can let them know you’re thinking of them – and deliver some joy to their day.
Skip the box of chocolates and send a 24-piece box of ice cream mochi from Mochidoki. Each Signature Collection box comes with 12 different flavors — from Black Sesame to Strawberry to Vanilla Chip. With this colorful selection, grandparents will have a new flavor to look forward to every night.
Just — wow? These are absolutely amazing. Cornbread26, a catering company based in New York City, is famous for its cornbread madeleines, a brilliantly concocted mash-up pastry that brings together the comfort of cornbread and the elegance of madeleines. If you want to bring a smile to any grandparents’ face, a pack of these will do the trick. The unique treats come in four different flavors — Classic, Lemon, French Toast and Orange — but the last is our favorite!
Brighten up any kitchen fridge with family photos printed on durable, premium magnets. Social Print Studio takes care of all the hard stuff for you — printing, matting and framing. Just upload your favorite snapshots, including Instagram photos, to bring your feed straight to grandparents.
We all love a cute or cheeky ceramic mug, but chances are grandparents have plenty of them already. If yours are on the more adventurous side, or just appreciate a well-insulated cup of coffee, send them Yeti mugs to diversify their collection. For an additional $5-$20, you can customize a wide array of Yeti’s iconic drinkware with a sweet message, monogram or logo for a more personal touch.
For the crafty, gardening grandparent that can’t stay off their feet, send along Modern Sprout’s organizer that comes with a detachable apron. Between scrapbooking and pruning, this simple accessory will have them taking fewer trips to the supply drawer, and spending more time doing what they love.