Gift Giving with GODIVA Chocolate

Gift Giving with GODIVA Chocolates by All Things Pretty Blog

We’ve all been in that situation. You know, the impossible person on your list to shop for? I’m here to tell you that you’re over thinking things. Did you know that one of the most favored gifts is food? You’ve been there…snacking out of your stockings while you’re family opens gifts as you await your turn. I don’t know about you, but chocolate is a holiday staple if you ask me!

Gift Giving with GODIVA Chocolates  by All Things Pretty Blog

I LOVE giving gifts for people. But I have to admit, it’s hard getting someone for everyone without breaking the bank. While doing some early holiday shopping at Walmart, I came across some gorgeous GODIVA Chocolate Gift Boxes. I snagged some of the Milk Chocolate and Chocolate Caramel boxes both as gifts and for holiday party entertaining. These are perfect stocking stuffers and gifts and are sure to cover just about anyone on your shopping list.

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I have a sweet tooth myself and actually enjoy decorating our parties and filling our beautiful holiday serving dishes with candy for our guests to enjoy. GODIVA has such beautiful (and tasty!) chocolates so I know these will be a crowd favorite. Ugly Christmas sweater party, I’m ready for you!

Gift Giving with GODIVA Chocolates  by All Things Pretty Blog

Visit Walmart this holiday season for GODIVA Chocolate Gift Boxes. Available in three 9PC varieties and also a 15PC Dark All-of-a-Kind. (while supplies last) They are the same high standard of quality you expect from GODIVA at an affordable price! Gift giving just got a whole lot easier with GODIVA!

**This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and GODIVA, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia ##GiveGODIVA http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV

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