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Celebrating a Remote Christmas

December 11, 2020

Celebrating a Remote Christmas

It’s no surprise that the most wonderful time of the year is anticipated by people young and old, with fond memories attached to the joyful season of giving. Christmas is a time to be spent with loved ones, to be surrounded by the warmth of good company, great food, and to enjoy holiday treats fit for a royal indulgence.

While “the more the merrier” is a fabulous motto for a traditional Christmas gathering, this year “the smaller the safer” is what we all need to remember for the people in our bubble as the big day arrives. Here are a few things to remind you of the magic of Christmas that can be celebrated, even from afar.

  1. Bake cookies & treats

Christmas is simply not done without an abundance of cookies, fruit cakes, and chocolates to bring on a sugar rush that lasts for days. Get creative in the kitchen and send your friends and family boxes full of your homemade treats. You can also consider the Christmas Coffee & Chocolate Gift Basket from Yorkville’s (filled with candy canes, chocolate truffles and more) to deliver boxes of Christmas greetings to dear ones.

  1. Open a bottle of bubbly

What better way to get into the Christmas spirit (pun intended) than with a lovely bottle of wine, or a special bottle of champagne? If you’re looking to make a toast to your amazing friends and family over Zoom calls and Ugly-Sweater-Skype sessions, send them this glorious Chocolate and Champagne Holiday Celebration basket that includes champagne, shortbread cookies, popcorn, hot chocolate and much more.

  1. Deck the halls

There’s no joy that compares to seeing swarms of red, white, and green embellishments in every corner of the house while the gorgeous Christmas tree sits, perfectly adorned with beautiful ornaments, and nestling presents underneath. Make the occasion even sweeter with the Vintage Wine Duo Gift Set – the perfect Christmas present with cheese and wine treats for a feast, that your recipient will absolutely adore.

  1. Shop for presents!

It doesn’t matter if you’re a 9-year-old or a 39-year-old looking forward to a brand-new gaming gadget, Christmas mornings will always be reserved for unwrapping gifts from loved ones. Send your close friends and family The Holiday Party Platter Gift Set that is a wine-salami-cheese-and-cracker extravaganza for the beautiful and merry season of joy.

Be a part of our growing social media family by tagging pictures of your lovely gift baskets with #ChristmasWithYorkvilles on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, and tell us how you’re spending Christmas with your favourite holiday treats!