Getting Personal – 1st Christmas gifts review

Like it or not, Christmas is approaching fast. This year is special for us, as it will be Max’s first Christmas.
I was approached by Getting Personal, who asked if we would like to review some ‘First Christmas’ gifts – of course we said yes!

Getting Personal specialises in personalised and unique gifts for adults and children alike, offering everything from calendars and mugs to hampers and joke gifts.

We were sent some 1st Christmas snowflake ornaments and a ‘Little book of Christmas’.

The snowflakes are beautifully engraved with ‘Max 1st Christmas’ and come with a lovely deep purple silk ribbon for hanging on the Christmas tree. They are fantastically good quality – none of this plastic tat – these are metal and professionally engraved. They will be a perfect keepsake for Max’s memory box.

We also received the Little Book of Christmas. This features your child alongside Fred the Gingerbread Man, really getting them involved in the spirit of Christmas. I was really surprised by this book – not only is Max’s name on every page of the story, but every picture featues his name too.
With space inside the front cover to add a personal message too, this would make a beautiful gift for any little one in your life, and something they will keep and treasure forever.
You can view all the gifts over on the Getting Personal website or pop over to their Facebook page.
* We were sent these items free of charge for review purposes, but all thoughts and opinions are my own *


  1. October 20, 2013 / 5:47 pm

    That is so cute, I love personalised 1st xmas gifts :))

  2. October 20, 2013 / 6:34 pm

    Thank you for the review! This will be my little boys 3rd Christmas and my big belly will be almost ready to pop this Christmas with baby no. 2 😀

  3. October 20, 2013 / 6:58 pm

    We got some of these too they are cute aren’t they! x

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