Lit­tle bun­dles of joy

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Business -

SU­BI­ACO sis­ters Kate and Jay Downie launched their bou­tique gift box ser­vice Beau­ti­ful Bun­dles ear­lier this month.

The duo said they wanted to cre­ate a gift box ser­vice fo­cus­ing on pre­mium Aus­tralian ar­ti­san sup­pli­ers.

“We wanted a gift box ser­vice that fo­cused less on short­bread, generic crack­ers and a cheap bot­tle of wine, and be­ing from WA, we wanted to fea­ture WA sup­pli­ers as much as pos­si­ble,” Kate said.

“The prod­ucts in­cluded are all non-per­ish­able and non-al­co­holic and there are a va­ri­ety of ‘bun­dles’ to choose from.

“It’s a great op­tion for the time-poor and those who want to pro­vide a more mean­ing­ful gift.”

Bun­dles fea­ture a range of cat­e­gories in­clud­ing A New Per­son, Thanks a Bun­dle, We Want You Bet­ter, Sorry and Blokey, with all de­liv­er­ies hand-pack­aged into a spe­cially de­signed box that can in­clude a per­son­alised note.

“Over the years, both Jay and I found our­selves con­stantly search­ing for the ap­pro­pri­ate gift to send for a range of oc­ca­sions,” Kate said. “We wanted to give a gift that was mod­ern, unique, more mean­ing­ful and made a last­ing im­pres­sion.”

With a fo­cus on WA sup­pli­ers, Jay said they also tried to use fe­male owned WA-based busi­nesses where pos­si­ble.

“Beau­ti­ful Bun­dles is a quick, re­li­able ser­vice that you can al­ways count on for de­liv­er­ing gor­geous gift boxes,” Jay said. “It’s im­por­tant to us to use pre­mium West Aus­tralian prod­ucts where we can as we’ve got such a fan­tas­tic range of sup­pli­ers in this state.”

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