Celebrating Heritage Day with NetFlorist

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Heritage Day, otherwise known as ‘Braai Day’, is one of South Africa’s most awesome public holidays. Not only because it’s an opportunity to get together with friends and family and have a good ol’ braai, but also because it is a day on which South Africans get to celebrate their culture and diversity, thereby unifying us as South Africans.

Just as with any other occasion, we have the perfect Heritage Day gifts here at NetFlorist, with which to spoil friends and family. Read on for some awesome Heritage Day gift ideas:

All about the Braai:

Due to the fact that National Heritage Day revolves around braai’ing, it’s only fitting that you spoil those around you with Braai gifts! We have you covered with some really great gift hampers which are all about the braai. Examples include this Le Creuset Mixed Braai Bucket which includes a Le Creuset basting brush, this Mini Braai Kit with Beers, and of course, our popular personalised Castle Six Packs. With gifts like these, there’s no excuse not to have a braai!

Something Sweet:

There’s nothing like some sweet surprises to get one into the spirit of Heritage Day! NetFlorist’s amazing online bakery knows exactly how to create Heritage Day themed bakery goods, so those sweet toothed individuals will be in seventh heaven when receiving bakery gifts this Braai Day. Examples include our Rugby Ball Dipped Strawberries, sunflower cupcakes, and decadent Green and Gold Stripey Doughnuts!

Floral Magic:

What would any occasion be without flowers or plants from NetFlorist? Spoil family and friends with something they can display with pride! We have potted plants, succulents, and of course the classic bouquets. You can never go wrong with enchanting floral gifts!

Make Heritage Day Special:

No matter what you decide to do this Heritage Day, NetFlorist is here to make it extra special. Whilst you are braai’ing with friends and family, remember to acknowledge the true meaning of this day and most importantly, remember how lucky you are to be a South African.

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