Father's day gift guide + giveaway!

Father's day is just around the corner and if you're anything like me and have no idea what to get for your dad then you have come to the right place. I hope my gift guide gives you a little inspiration! 

For dads who love to read or make lists, listography books are a great gift idea if you have a smaller budget. I'd recommend either the film or music listography book. Each page is filled with beautiful illustration and space to write lists including 'your favourite all time films' and 'films you walked out on'. This would also be a good way of finding out your dad's favourite films and buying them as a birthday present! At only £8.99 you can't really go wrong with this gift. For more of a wow factor maybe add in a film and bag of popcorn!


For dads who want to be young again or love trying new things then an experience day is the gift for him. Buy a Gift have a wide selection of experiences on offer for Father's day including indoor skydiving, flying lessons and supercar driving. Why not go with him and make a day of it? A treat for your dad as well as you!


For dads who deserve a special treat then the Dad's Emergency Gin and Tonic Kit or The Happy Father's Day H Box would be the perfect gift without having to break the bank too much. The emergency gin and tonic kit comes with all the essentials to create the perfect cocktail. There are also dad's emergency martini, margarita and hangover kits so there is sure to be something for every dad! Aside from the generic gift of alcohol, you could treat your dad to a selection of his favourite chocolates. Hotel Chocolat have beautiful boxes of chocolates for reasonable prices that would make a lovely gift. Chocolate is always a winner!


For dad's with style or those who may need a little help, a smart shirt may be the thing he needs. House of Fraser have a variety of formal shirts to suit all styles. If you don't have the money then why not enter my giveaway below to win your dad a slim fit Howick Tailored Danville Wide Gingham Check Shirt in size 16. Another great gift would be a set of ties that match one of your dad's shirts, the ones below are a steal at £5!



a Rafflecopter giveaway All you have to do to enter the giveaway is complete the Rafflecopter form above. This giveaway is open to all UK residents only and will end on the 18th June. If you have any questions tweet me @littlelaurensbl. Good luck!


*This giveaway is in partnership with House of Fraser, all opinions are my own.

52 comments

  1. Every time I spend time with my Dad is a special memory xxx

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  2. My dad always used to sing the 'Barney Barney' song to me and my siblings when we were little! He would sit us on his knee and hold onto one of our arms as he sang the song - and each time he came to 'Barney Barney - lift your arm up!' - he would lift our arm up and tickle us! We always knew when the tickles were coming and we loved it!

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  3. Definitely when I was 12 and had my first sleepover at home! I had about 5 friends round and the Sky signal shut off and we had nothing to do for 3 hours.. (I thought it was going to be remembered as the worst sleepover in history!) but then my dad came to the rescue! He came downstairs in a rainbow 'Tina Turner' style wig dancing and singing "Simply The Best"! My friends thought it was hilarious and I don't think it will ever be forgotten!

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  4. I love father's day <3 Daddy deserves the best all year round but this day is always special for all of us. Entered!

    Pam Scalfi♥

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  5. Fantastic giveaway Lauren! Really helpful post! My dad asks for the same thing every year hehe golf gloves and balls haha , nice and easy x Sophie Jenner
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  6. Saturday night action films when I was a youngster!

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  7. This is a very helpful gift guide, thanks!

    Yousra | Mystic Tales

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  8. Great ideas. A box of chocolates from Hotel Chocolat for my dad was my choice a couple of years ago :)

    Lu | www.balgarka.co.uk

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  9. Walking Grizedale forest and laughing at his silly jokes x

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  10. Great post! Love your guide!

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  11. I always forget when Father's Day is because my Father's birthday is just before. These are perfect ideas, for gifts I could get him. I find it so hard to buy him anything now a days because he never asks for anything in particular.

    Beth x
    www.hellobeth.co.uk

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  12. Possibly my earliest memory, as I was so small, about 2 and a half years old. We lived in North Yorks at the time. I was in the back of the Land Rover. He opened it up to get out the spade. The snow was deep and white and everywhere. Awesome first memory.

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  14. Great post!
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  15. I don't have an exact one he is pretty awesome every day

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  16. What a great giveaway! Thanks for sharing :)

    xo, Jessica || The Petite Diaries

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  17. My dad taking us to the park most nights after work in the summer

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  18. So many special memories with my dad but one of my favourites is working on my dads classic car with him when i was little!

    Dana || fashion-dew.blogspot.com x

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  19. Being taken on long walks and bike rides.

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  20. Being a clown making everyone laugh at my 5th Birthday

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  21. Playing chess with him when I was small.

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  22. Playing card games!

    Ashleigh

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  23. Playing table top snooker - leanne w

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  24. Hours and hours of teaching me to play music

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  25. Fishing and learning to love life

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  26. A long walk round our village where he described it as a child

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  27. The day he fell through the ceiling, well not totally just his legs!

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  28. So many, but taking me to football every sunday xx

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  29. We used to go to lots of live sporting events especially supporting the Wolves at Molineux.

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  30. Trying to get me to understand the maths. The man had the patience of a Saint. Got my A though!

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  31. When he took me to York and I asked him if we would see the statue of liberty! LOL

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  32. When I was little and we went to a theme park and I went up this big slide and when I got to the top I cried because I was to scared to go down it. So he walked up the steps and then sat me on his knee and we both went down it together!

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  33. Swimming every Sunday morning whilst mum prepared dinner. We would come home and polish all the school/work shoes in the garden together ready for the week. Loved Sundays :)

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  34. Amazing post dear!

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  35. My favourite memory of my dad is going camping with him and my sister.We always camped off the beaten track usually in Cornwall and cooked our food on a gas burner and just had so much fun.

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  36. That's an awesome gift guide! Thanks for sharing :)

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  37. building a snow gonzo and playing with sledges

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  38. Playing football on the beach as a kid, he'd always let me win!

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  39. Being taken for early morning walks on holiday

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  40. Love this! It has given me some good inspiration xo
    SHEWOREWHAT

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  41. teaching me how to ride a bike when i was 5

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  42. our walks along the welsh coastal path

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  43. I don't have a favourite - there are so many precious memories.

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  44. Taking 12 hours in our Austin 7 to drive from Leicester to Stirling every summer to stay with relatives. He told everyone the car was a Rolls Canardly. Not until I was at college did he explain that the car was called that because" it rolls down the hills easily , but can hardly get up the hills"Very fond memories of those journeys.

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  45. Going fishing and not catching anything but laughing until my sides ached from laughing at his jokes.

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  46. Very nice post:)))
    xoxo
    Antonella
    beautylove7694.blogspot.com

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