Irish Gift Guide: Celebrate Christmas the Irish Way
It’s that time of year again! Christmas music is on the radio, Christmas trees are getting decorated, and- if you’re in the cold Midwest like the folks at Biddy Murphy- there’s plenty of snow! There’s no need to brave icy roads, snow storms, or hearing Jingle Bells on the radio again when you can shop for meaningful gifts online with Biddy Murphy. Start off the Christmas season right with some of our favorite Irish gifts!
Best of Jewelry
Whether you’re shopping for a beloved wife or your lovely mother, it’s impossible to go wrong with a piece of Irish jewelry. One of the best gifts to illustrate your love is the Irish Claddagh ring. The Claddagh ring represents love, loyalty, and friendship, and is traditionally given as a gift to indicate devotion!
If you’re anything like me, you miss the lively green trees during the cold season. With Tree of Life jewelry you don’t have to! The Tree of Life represents a person’s roots and family connections, making it a great gift for mom. Made in Ireland, a Tree of Life necklace holds special meaning for people of Irish descent.
Looking for something that is Celtic, stylish, and perfect for people of any gender? Check out our collection of cool leather jewelry!
Best of Clothing
If you’re shopping for someone who lives in the cold weather, getting them cold weather accessories is a must. Biddy Murphy’s beautiful scarves will keep your loved one cozy; nothing says “I love you” like “stay warm.”
My parents (via the emergency credit card they gave me) bought me an Irish sweater when I was in Ireland as a belated Christmas gift. It’s one of the best Christmas gifts I’ve ever received! Give the gift of coziness this holiday season!
Of course, the classic Irish flat cap is the perfect accessory for everyone. Ideal for casual and formal occasions, everyone should own a stylish newsboy hat.
Best of Home Décor
Do you have an Irish family member who wants to add some Celtic to their home? Biddy Murphy carries handmade gifts that come directly from Ireland. These stylish gifts are sure to enchant anyone you give them to!
What's your favorite Irish gift? Anything you hope to give (or get) this holiday season?
Nollaig shona dhuit! (Happy Christmas)