Send A Gift with Ease with "A Wish For You"

This post has been brought to you by A Wish For You. I was not financially compensated for this post, however I received a free gift of my choice to share with my followers. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Have you ever wanted to just send a gift to someone just because? A thinking of you gift, birthday gift, or a congratulations on your promotion gift? I know I have. As a busy mom of three and full-time working professional it's often hard for me to find the time to go shopping for a gift, a card, and supplies to wrap the gift on top of dropping it off at the post office and paying for shipping. A lot of effort goes into all of that plus money. 

With it being graduation season in June, it was a crazy month for me. I barely had enough time to go shopping to buy my little sister a gift for her Bridal Shower. Luckily for me I stumbled upon a little online shop called A Wish For You thanks to good old Twitter. 

If you haven't heard of A Wish For You, you should go and check out their website as soon as possible. They make sending a gift to someone super easy. All you have to do is select  a memento that you want, pick from one of their beautiful cards, and write a custom message and your done. It's just three easy steps and they take care of the wrapping and mailing out your package. 

I ended up finding the perfect gift, which correlates rather well with the two new mugs I bought for my sister for coffee in the morning and tea in the evenings. It was a simple gift. A tea infuser shaped like an umbrella. It was only fitting seeing as we reside in the Pacific Northwest where it rains ten months out of the year. My sister also lives on Mt Hood and I know she'll enjoy sitting on her porch and looking out at her garden while her two dogs run around in the backyard.

So the next time you want to send a little gift why not check out A Wish For You? They have something for everyone and the cards are absolutely beautiful! My sister loved the hydrangeas card that I chose and adored the umbrella shaped tea infuser too.