Whilst planning for our day trip to London next weekend for The Chap Olympiad, I started thinking about baskets – or more specifically, picnic baskets. How cute would it be, to turn up with a little picnic, and a few jugs of Pimms (this is obviously a magical picnic basket which can hold ANYTHING but doesn’t weigh anything)
Here’s a few of the baskets that I’m thinking about.
The Luxury Hamper is Ã‚Â£150 from John Lewis, but I bet it would be proper cutlery, glass glasses and real plates. Unfortunatly Ã‚Â£150 is a bit out of my price range.
So the Optima Traditional Picnic for Four is probably a bit of out my price range, also Ã‚Â£150, but comes with random munchies and wine. Wine is important.
The Four person wicker picnic basket from Debenhams is Ã‚Â£60 and possibly my favourite out of all of the baskets I’ve looked at. Theres even two bits to pop a few bottles of wine in. Or gin. Mmm, gin.
The Green and beige four person picnic back pack is just Ã‚Â£32 from Debenhams, and much more practical but just not as pretty or indeed Chap-esque.
If anyone who loves me enough to buy me a picnic basket is reading this, I’d like the third one please.
The Girl says
If I had the money then I would love you enough to buy you it. But I don’t :(
The 4th option? Not an option. A picnic basket is not the same as a freakin’ rucksack. Practical schmactical.
I feel better that it’s not just me who is day-dreaming of picnic baskets lately! I blame the sunshine…
Gloria @ White Wicker Hamper says
I just would like to thank you! I just found the perfect picnic items that i needed.