Some common situations in which a gift is given:
Expression of love and friendship
Expression of gratitude for a gift previously received.
Habit, sometimes (usually celebrations) such as:
- A birthday – the birthday recipient receives a cake and gifts.
- Father’s Day – the father receives gifts.
- Mother’s Day – the mother receives gifts.
- Christmas – people exchange gifts (many times it is implied that the Three Kings in Spain or Santa Claus in many other places in the world are the providers of the gift).
- A wedding – the couple receives gifts and provides food and drink at the reception.
- A funeral – the visitors bring flowers, the relatives of the dead give food and drink after the ceremonial part.
- A birth – the newborn receives gifts.
- A baby shower – the parents receive a gift for the child to be born.
- Good grades – the student receives gifts and congratulations.
- Providing food or drink to someone invited into the home.
- Children’s Day – Children receive gifts.
- Valentine’s Day – Gifts are given to the bride and groom, friends and family.
- Virtual Gifts – now there are virtual letters and gifts that allow someone else to remember.
Original Gifts – Nowadays, original gifts have become fashionable, such as frikadas for the home or for the office, for them, for them, for your pet, for your baby and in these sections we can find things as original as the gift itself.
Solidarity Gifts- The funds obtained from the sale of these products are used to finance cooperation projects, public or private initiatives to help the third world or any initiative generally altruistic.