Saw It On Social: Small Packages
Mar 28, 2019
I love giving gifts and sending cards. But being a professional woman, I don’t always have time to shop for and send the right gift. When a friend gets engaged or buys a home, I often find myself meaning to buy a gift but running out of time. Enter Small Packages.
I did not buy this SIOS item myself, it was purchased for me as a gift by my friend Hitha Palepu. She sent me a little celebration gift from Small Packages and I was very impressed by the gift and, of course, her thoughtfulness. It was such a nice pick me up at the end of a hard week. It really brightened my day.
Small Packages curates gifts for a variety of life events from birthdays to engagements, thank you and house warmings. Boxes come in three price points: $35, $50, and $100. The number of items in each gift box vary by price. Every box contains a handwritten letterpress card with a cheeky note.
Take for example the Birthday Box. The $35 box contains a sweet treat, ombre birthday candles, a soothing face mask, and an inspirational book to help your friend have her best year. The $100 box also contains a set of lovely bangle bracelets and a graphic t-shirt.
If you live far from friends and family, Small Packages is a great way to send the ladies in your life a nice gift. The contents are thoughtful, quality, and well-curated. Just choose the type of gift you need and your price point, and Small Packages will do the rest. It’s like having a personal shopper. So next time you need a quick gift mailed to a loved one, give Small Packages a try,
I usually buy Saw it on Social items myself, but I received this gift organically. It did not come after consultation with the brand or through any payment from the brand. It was just a lovely surprise that was very much appreciated. And I’m sure the women I send Small Packages in the future will love them too.
**A reader pointed out in the comments that Hitha is an investor in Small Packages. I didn’t know that at the time I took the gift or wrote the post. I accepted the gift from my friend, I didn’t realize the chain of custody was a little muddy.