International Women’s Day History and Gift Ideas

International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8, is right around the corner! If you’re new to celebrating this occasion, read on for some fun history and gift ideas to celebrate the special women in your life.

What is International Women’s Day?

International Women's Day History and Gift Ideas

In the early 1900s, in order to celebrate the growing role of women in the political and working world, countries everywhere established a holiday dedicated to showing appreciation for females everywhere! The decision to make this an official holiday came in 1910, during the second International Conference of Working Women in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Today, the holiday is celebrated by showering all of the women in your life – wives, sisters, daughters, granddaughters, mothers, friends, coworkers – in gifts and sentiments of appreciation. Like Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day, the most popular gifts come in the form of flowers or chocolate.

International Women’s Day Gift Ideas

Here are some no-fail International Women’s Day Gift Ideas sure to satisfy any recipient!

Fannie May Cheesecake Assortment

Invite your favorite ladies over for a decadent dessert sure to wow. Our mouth-watering cheesecake sampler comes with 12 individually sliced pieces to sweeten up their day!

 2 Pound Chocolate Gifts

Looking for the perfect International Women’s Day gift for a female crowd? Surprise them with a wow-worthy two pound chocolate gift.

celebratory-fannie-may-chocolate-covered-strawberries

Whether sending a sweet something to your wife or to your mother, our drool-worthy chocolate covered strawberries are sure to dazzle.

This sweet card filled with confections is the perfect sweet surprise to show your appreciation! Send one to each of the women you make your every day activities a little bit sweeter.

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