Christmas “Upmarket” Gifts to Suit All Budgets

With Christmas fast approaching (we’re counting down weeks in single digits!), the shops are getting busier and even online shopping will start to see a backlog of delivery times. 


At the upcoming Perth Upmarket on Sunday 29 November, we’re excited to be providing Western Australians with the opportunity to not only do a one stop shop for unique, local gifts but also offer a range of options that is sure to fit every budget!


With over 200 Perth creators, small businesses, food providers and artists showcasing their product and produce at the end of this month, we’re excited to share these affordable gifts from our talented retailers that are ideal for anyone and everyone on your list!


Gifts $30 and under!

These gifts are perfect if you’re planning a Secret Santa with a price limit, or if you have a limited budget but still want to give work colleagues, extended family members or groups you belong to a little something to show your gratitude.


Organic Bath & Beauty : Nina Bailey is really particular about what goes in their products. They only source premium ingredients that are natural, plant based and organic. And their beautifully packaged Botanical Bath Salts, Perfumed Oils, Hand Wash and Clay Masks – all under $30 – will sure put a smile in people’s faces (and make great stocking fillers).


Unique jewellery: Hey Jude is all about original collections of handmade jewellery showcasing the beauty of textiles; for the simple, stylish, or unique piece of adornment that speaks to you. Selection of stunning drop earrings, stud earrings and necklaces under $30 are sure to impress. 


Vegan friendly nail polish: Nail’d at Tiffany’s offers quality vegan and cruelty free certified nail polish, made by WA mum, Tiffany herself. The range of colours are inspired by everyday life and designed to bring a little joy and happiness to your world. At $16 each, these nail polish are all about good vibes and deeds!


Funk up your plants: Kaluka Creative is a small family run business specialising in the making of unique handmade concrete pots and plant arrangements. Go with their small Luna pots starting at $22 or check out one of our favourites, the Little Bo Sheep Planters from just $19!


Gifts $50 and under 

If you have a bit more to spend, these adorable gifts would totally make someone’s day!


Cute accessories to make you go awwww: Lucy from Clay and Clasp has been busy handcrafting limited edition accessories – earrings, brooches and necklaces – that will sure be a favourite with many. Top of our wishlist are the Santa and Rudolph earrings for $32. 


Pieces that resonate: The gorgeous resin serving boards from Resinating are certainly resonating with us! From nibbles for 2 or a grazing platter when you’re next entertaining, these resin art decorated cheeseboards start at exactly $50!


Magnesium for the win: The team at Life with Magnesium  have found that magnesium chloride, applied transdermally, is the ideal magnesium delivery system – with health benefits unequalled in the entire world of medicine. With that in mind, we’re eyeing their gorgeous gift packs, starting at $42.


Let’s get musical: Inspired by music, the Jet Empire collection is carefully and lovingly named after a song. There are four “genres” of jewellery: Rock, Pop, Classical and Indie. With pearl, jade, Swarovski crystal bracelets and earrings starting at $50, you’ll be spoilt for gift choices. 


Gifts $100 and under 

Say it with flowers: Tangled Ivy is a florist that specialises in everlasting bespoke bouquets, arrangements, homewares and wedding flowers. We’re eyeing off their Sweet as Can Be ($55), Colour Pop ($85) and Sun Catcher ($89) to brighten anyone’s Christmas.


Turning heads: Turner + Turner homewares are designed with both beauty and functionality in mind. The aesthetic is clean, with simple lines and a timelessly modern appeal. We’re eyeing off some gorgeous vases and vessels to decorate Christmas tables starting at $55 – $70!


Towel it dry: The stylish team at Mr Poppins and Co are making sure we stay fashionable and sustainable this summer holidays with microfiber towels, designed in exclusive print and extra large in size to make beach going an easy breezy experience.


Enviable homewares:  “To decorate, embellish, ornament, grace, adorn, beauty, make resplendent or brighten with light” is the Ellume Life’s homewares collection goal. Australian prints as table runners, table cloths, cushions, are sure to create a local Christmas feel, starting at $85. 


Want more Christmas gift ideas to suit your budget?

Come along to Perth Upmarket on Sunday 29 November and browse over 200 local and unique products with various prices to suit! You can even get started with a hit list target by checking out our retailers prior to the day.

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