Great Ideas For Alternative Gifts For Father’s Day 2023

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Father’s Day will creep around before you know it, so if you want to get a gift for your dad, here are some alternative ideas of presents he might love. 

 

Household signs

Father’s Day falls on June 18th this year, so why not get your dad a stylish metal sign he can put up in the garden in time for the summer? 

A vintage ‘cocktail bar’ sign is perfect if he has his own outdoor bar, while a ‘man cave’ sign would look great hung up outside his shed or garage, particularly if he loves chilling out in there playing darts or pool. 

There are also ‘Abbey Road’ signs for fans of The Beatles and more beer signs than you can imagine for fathers who love a cold beverage on a sunny day. 

Whether they’re to be put up in the home or to feature as garden decor, there’s bound to be a sign that will suit your dad to a tee. 

Shaving kits

Your dad might have spent the last few decades shaving his face, but the chances are he’s never had a proper shaving kit. So why not spoil him this Father’s Day with a fancy bristle brush and shaving foam pot, luxury straight razors, or a leather toiletry bag where he can keep his shaving bits?

If your pop has facial hair, there are plenty of gifts for the bearded bloke these days. You could get some beard oils, beard balm, and even beard lights! Don’t forget a beard comb, shampoo, or even a beard shaving template, so he can give himself designer facial hair. 

Bodycare

Why is it we traditionally give dads socks on Father’s Day and mums fancy toiletries? Lots of people love a good soak in the bath, soothing moisturising cream, or fancy hand cream, regardless of whether they are male or female.

So, use this special occasion to spoil your dad with a goats’ milk soap set, luxurious smelling bubbles, or body butters. 

Barbecue accessories

It might be stereotypical, but lots of dads seem to love being the family’s barbecue king. In this case, you could really embrace his role by giving him lots of accessories for his outdoor entertaining. 

Personalised utensils, aprons, or wall-mounted signs are bound to be popular, while grill baskets, a hamper of different spice blends or sauces, or a fancy set of grill tools will also go down well. 

Brewing kit

Why not give your dad something to do in his spare time now he’s not chauffeuring the kids around with a home brewing kit? He might have always wanted to try making his own beer, so this year could be his chance!

It’s also a great excuse for him to have you back round to visit, so you can try his home brewed beverages and give your verdict on how they taste. Just remember to bring some back-up drinks, in case his brewing experiment doesn’t quite meet expectations!

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