- Custom & pre-designed baskets for any occasion
- Baskets assembled upon order
- Thoughtful gift
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Giving a gift isn't the only way to endear yourself to someone, but it has a better success rate than tattooing compliments on their arms while they sleep. Send a special message softly and sweetly with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 toward gift baskets at Laurel Mountain Gift Baskets in Easthampton.
Voted among the best gift-basket providers in the Valley Advocate's 2010 Best of the Valley readers' poll, Laurel Mountain provides customers with tasteful solutions to gift-giving dilemmas. Welcome new humans to Earth with a Baby Buggy basket ($49.95) sporting snuggly stuffed friends, a bottle, and other infant essentials, or thank a cocoa-crazy coworker for years of borrowed paperclips and collating advice with a Chocolate Delights basket ($49.95) filled with cookies, truffles, and fudge. Laurel Mountain's assortment of assemblages includes numerous holiday baskets, such as a Hot Stuff! Valentine's basket ($49.95) loaded with a heart-melting mix of barbecue sauce, salsa, and other gastro-goodies, as well as care packages ($24.95–$34.97) to let off-site offspring know they're never too far to escape your benevolent grasp. To ensure freshness, baskets aren't assembled until orders are placed, and each includes a handwritten card with a message of your creation, allowing you to partner your package with a pig Latin haiku or romantic limerick.
Like a will artfully carved into meatloaf, Laurel Mountain's custom baskets allow customers to express their generosity and individuality simultaneously. Orders can be placed via cell phone, home phone, or tautly strung Dixie cups, and can be picked up in person for no charge, or shipped anywhere in the country for a distance-appropriate fee (local delivery starts at $5, delivery to Springfield starts at $12).
Though there are no traditional reviews for Laurel Mountain Gift Baskets, Strictly Businews featured the company:
Ep. 8 from Strictly Businews on Vimeo.