Is your mother hard to shop for or did you forget to get her something this year? No worries. You can send her a Sugarwish. A Sugarwish is like an eCard that leads the recipient to Sugarwish.com, where they can pick from an assortment of candy favorites. Once they select their items, they are then delivered their wish a few days later in a pretty blue box (see above).
I was sent a Sugarwish mom-themed eCard, so that I could check it out. I got to order 4 different candies as part of their mini box. The whole process was very easy. I checked out the
site myself, and ordering a Sugarwish for someone else seems even easier. You just pick the size, fill in the card, and click to send.
I selected Swedish Fish, Reese’s Pieces, Sour Patch Watermelon, and Raspberry & Blackberry Gumdrops. They had a ton of candies to select from. I had such a hard time narrowing it down to just 4. The box arrived with a cute note inside and each candy in small ziplock bags with a Sugarwish label on them.
Of course the candy was great. Being in South Florida, the Reese’s were beginning to melt by the time I got to them in the mailbox. The watermelon candies didn’t last more than 5 minutes as my whole family tore into them. My daughter and I warred over the Swedish Fish. The only one I got to myself were the gumdrops, which were pretty good.
Sugarwish was founded by two busy Denver moms who wanted to oﬀer a unique and personalized alternative to gift cards. With prices ranging from $25 to $70, there’s a Sugarwish option for almost any occasion. The Sugarwish gift boxes arrive beautifully packaged, ﬁlled with personally selected treats, and topped with a shiny red ribbon. It doesn’t get any
sweeter than that. Talk to Sugarwish, she’s sweet! Twitter/Instagram: @Sugarwishgirl
Disclosure: I received a sample to facilitate my review. No monetary compensation was received. All opinions are my own.
That’s a nice gift idea. I’m pretty choosy when it comes to candy. It’s nice that you have a choice and it’s sent promptly.