With all the craziness that’s happening in 2020 so far, I would understand completely if you hadn’t thought about Father’s Day yet. This year, Father’s day will be celebrated in Canada on Sunday, June 21. But with everything that’s going on with Covid-19 it’s likely that we will all be spending this day inside our homes.
I know, I know. The last thing you want as a busy mom with her kids at home 100% of the time is another thing to take up your time. Finding the perfect gift for Father’s Day can be stressful even in normal times, but during a pandemic year? It can crank that stress dial right up to 11. Luckily, I’ve put together a Father’s Day Gift Guide together so you don’t have to scrounge around the internet for the perfect ideas.
Just take a deep breath and let me give you some peace of mind. Father’s Day is a day of celebration and shouldn’t cause any extra stress to you. Pandemic or no pandemic.
If you have a family tradition for Father’s day and you won’t be able to do it this year, try to modify the tradition slightly so it fits the situation. For example, a picnic in the park could become a picnic in your backyard or in your living room. Or you could start a new tradition this year that could be as simple as a specific food or a scenic drive.
If you are a parent to a newborn and this is the first time you will be celebrating Father’s Day at home, it will be an extra special day no matter what you do!
2020 Father’s Day Gift Guide
Below are a few ideas that would be great for Father’s Day 2020 gifts. All of the items on my list can be ordered online and delivered to your house so there’s no added stress for you.
These are for purchased items, but if you’re looking for books you can also check out my Guide for Father’s Day books here.
If you haven’t heard about Cratejoy, then you’ve been missing out. Cratejoy has the most exciting gifts and subscription boxes in the world, conveniently all in one place!
Curated by its staff members and featuring products made with love by both companies and independent curators, Cratejoy has you covered for any special occasion. It’s a website where you can find gift sets and boxes for any holiday or category you could dream of.
If you love the service, you can buy a subscription, or you can buy a one-time gift box. Whatever suits your needs, you’re going to have a great experience with CrateJoy.
If the dad you’re buying for is the king of the grill and can’t wait for summer to come so every meal can be made on the barbecue, then check out the Grill Masters Club. The Grill Masters Club is a monthly box that delivers the best BBQ goods to your home. Selected by pitmasters with years of experience, every single item in this box is guaranteed to satisfy. Your partner will receive full-size products each month including spices, grilling accessories, and wood chips to play around with and create new grilled masterpieces.
Or maybe the father in your life is more interested in beer than cooking meat. No problem! He can join the Hop-Heads Beer Club where he’ll receive the best craft beers curated from over 10,000 breweries around the world. This means that every month, your hubby will get twelve craft beers delivered right to his door.
Check out Cratejoy’s Ultimate Father’s Day Collection to find the perfect gift for any dad. When you search on Cratejoy filter by “Ships to Canada”.
Maybe you’re looking for something that’s fashionable and eco-friendly? Watches are timeless (pun intended) gifts that are perfect for Father’s Day. Solios is a Canadian company that creates premium stainless watches with sapphire-coates glass that are built to last a lifetime.
Whereas normal watches will need multiple batteries over their lifetime, Solios watches are solar powered and will last forever. The world could end tomorrow and the watch would just keep ticking. Solios is a company that has its quality marching hand in hand with its ethics, wearing its heart on its sleeve as it avoids wasteful design and packaging.
Most people think that being ecologically friendly means compromising, but Solios’ solar-powered watch combines style and eco-responsibility while having a clear objective – to create positive change and promote sustainability.
All of their watches are stylish, high quality, and sustainability sourced.
You can help out even more by donating 5% of your purchase by using the code “Savetherainforest” or get an extra strap for your watch by using the code “extrastrap”.
Dad and Baby Matching T-shirts
You’re only going to have so many years before your kids think they’re too old to wear matching clothes with their dad, so it’s time to make use of it! Plus, some of the options out there are so cute! Perfect for Father’s Day gifts on a budget. Having matching shirts are great for any day of the year and make for amazing candid photos. IThis Father’s Day, you will have the perfect family photo to share 😉
Prices range from $30 to $45 for a set.
Funny and Cute Baby Onesie for First Father’s Day gift
Baby onesies are so cute. I think it’s the perfect gift for anyone celebrating their first Father’s Day.Aalso a practical gift that you’ll be able to use. If money is tight thanks to the situation around the world, then these are practical alternatives to some of the more extravagant gifts out there. As with the matching father/child shirts, these onesies create plenty of opportunities to have mini-photo shoots and record some memories. I’ve added links below to my favourites ones.
Sizes are 0-24 months and prices range from $15 to $25 CAD.
Support Local With Personalized gifts
Personalized gifts are exactly that, PERSONAL! Create a unique gift for their loved one that says I Love You! Nicole Souza-Petrovic is a Toronto mom of two and she creates a variety of products from mugs, Tshirts, custom party pieces and more. She uses only environmentally friendly materials and my model is to reduce, re-use and recycle. Prices range from $15 – $28 for individual items.
Gifts for Father’s Day 2020: For all dads under quarantine
Those items are the most popular gifts for Father’s Day for 2020. With everything closed around us, we all have been starting to do more things at home. One of the most demanded products this spring was a haircut kit for men and DIY kits for small-scale home repairs. I’m sure you all can understand why. I think this will make a perfect gift during this time and be very useful for the future as well.
One of the good things about this quarantine is that people have had a little more time to try new things whether that’s baking, cooking more for themselves, or starting up a craft. Anything that you can do to take the time spent indoors and turn it into a positive will help not only just on Father’s Day, but also in general.
When thinking of gifts this year, don’t go for more traditional things like a tie or something that would go in his office. Instead, find a gift that has an escapist element to it or that can be used indoors in a way that would make us all social distancing that much better. Here are my best ideas:
This is all. Hope you like my list. Thank you for reading!
Do you have another great idea for Father’s Day gift? I would love to hear it! Please add your comment below
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