10 Dynamite Father’s Day Gift Ideas

With just under a month to go until Father’s Day 2021, it’s time to start thinking of Father’s Day gift ideas for all the dads in your life. After all, it’s been a tough year! Parents have had to adjust to homeworking and homeschooling or have missed out on seeing (and hugging!) their children or grandchildren in person. So with better days on the horizon, now seems like the perfect time to celebrate dads and everything they do for us. Of course, fathers are notoriously hard to shop for. So to help you out, I’ve put together a few ideas.

Here are ten great father’s day gift ideas for every type of dad.

Personalized Cufflinks. If you’re getting married, then why not give Dad something he can wear proudly on your wedding day? Get a classic set and have them engraved with his monogram. Or choose something fun and meaningful that reflects his likes or a special memory you share together.

The Baby Keepsake Book and Planner. A keepsake book isn’t just for moms – dads love to keep their memories close too! The best part about my baby book is that it’s in a binder, so the parent can customize it to exactly what they need. It has 104 full-color pages filled with records, advice, and checklists. It also has a plastic pouch for odd-sized memorabilia like a hospital bracelet.

Birdhouse or Bird Feeder. Time at home has made many of us more appreciative of nature in our own backyards. A nature-loving dad will appreciate this gift each time he has a visit from his feathered friends. If you’re crafty, it’s a gift you can make yourself. Or if he is, you can always buy him a DIY kit.

Safety Razor and Luxury Shave Kit. The EPA estimates that two billion razors and refill blades get tossed out in the U.S. each year. A safety razor makes for a classically stylish and environmentally-friendly alternative and will last for years. Add a shave kit to your gift with all the essentials he’ll need to turn a morning routine into a luxury experience.

UGG Ascot Slippers. For the coziest, warmest feet in town, gift him a pair of snuggly slippers from this iconic Australian brand. They’re lined with UGG’s signature plush shearling and suede outer, with a durable rubber sole for indoor and outdoor use.

Scented candle. Not all Father’s Day gift ideas have to be practical! Dads also deserve some pampering and stress relief. My fragranced candles are designed to help create a relaxing environment. The DARK candle is a great choice especially, with its smokey musk scent.

Apple AirPods Pro. These versatile in-ear headphones have active noise cancellation, wireless charging, and are sweat and water-resistant. He can also customize the fit by switching out the silicone tips. If he’s already an AirPods convert, then a monogrammed AirPods case makes a great gift.

Vintage compass. If he fancies himself as a bit of an explorer, then buy him a beautiful vintage compass. Wrap it up with a note that says: “I’d be lost without you.”

Masterclass. Would your father like to learn cooking from Gordon Ramsay? Writing from Neil Gaiman? Or how about guitar from Carlos Santana? Masterclass has dozens of video classes taught by experts in everything from economics to magic. Choose one you know he’d love or buy him an All-Access Pass and let him choose his own.

Wireless Meat Thermometer. For a dad who loves to grill, this is the ideal gadget. No need to guess when meat is perfectly cooked – the thermometer monitors the temperature and notifies you when it’s done.

I hope you like these ideas for dad! None of them are sponsored, just things I love.

Looking for some ideas for how to celebrate Father’s Day this year? Here are a few suggestions.


Image by Amy and Stuart Photography