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How to Celebrate Father’s Day Depending on Your “Dad Personality”

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Father’s Day is fast approaching, meaning it’s that time of year again to try and crack the enigma that is your dad’s personality. Is he the master of dad jokes, the adventure enthusiast or the culinary king?

Research by Getting Personal found that dads are the second hardest people to buy presents for, with 1 in 5 Brits revealing that they struggle to choose a gift for their dad. This is even more of a challenge for those celebrating their first Father’s Day.

Luckily, the celebration experts at cardfactory have revealed the perfect gift and activity suggestions personalised to every type of dad.

Amy Greenshields, gifting expert at cardfactory says: “Father’s Day is a chance for us to show just how much we appreciate the dads in our lives, but finding the perfect gift can be challenging. Our research and experience have shown that personalisation is key. Whether your dad loves a good laugh, enjoys outdoor adventures, or is a whiz in the kitchen, we have curated a range of thoughtful and unique gift options to suit his personality. Our goal is to make every dad feel special and valued on their big day. Remember, the best gifts are those that come from the heart and reflect the interests and passions of your dad.”

Master of dad jokes

Present idea: Joke book or personalised mug with an in-joke

Activity idea: Attend a local comedy night or choose a funny film to watch together

Culinary king

Present idea: Professional knife or personalised apron

Activity idea: Book into a cooking class together or organise a family cooking competition

Nature nurturer

Present idea: A personalised gardening tool or bird-watching book

Activity idea: Visit a botanical garden or plan a hike

Artsy fartsy father

Present idea: A set of art supplies or a nice box to keep his art supplies in

Activity idea: Find a pottery or painting class or visit a local art gallery

Sports fanatic

Present idea: A shirt from their favourite football team or a personalised pint glass to use while watching the game

Activity idea: Attend a game where his favourite team are playing or organise a family sports day in the park or garden

Adventure enthusiast

Present idea: A travel journal or portable mug

Activity idea: Organise a fun day out, either at an amusement park or an activity like zip-lining

To find a Father’s Day present to suit your dad’s personality and everything he loves, browse cardfactory’s full range here.

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