With all the delivery services popping up in Perth these days, it’s a wonder I ever make it off the couch to do anything for myself. From home cooked meals and delish popcorn, to organic goodies and gift baskets, why not stay in this weekend and let your life be delivered direct to your door.
It’s adulting 101 when you think about it—here are the Perth delivery services we are crushing on this month.
A monthly subscription box filled with all natural products, ranging from delish eats right through to beauty products, it’s the perfect gift to give yourself. Each month, Splendour sends out six to 10 goodies, along with a little bit of background info on each one and the companies behind them.
The Urban Larder
If you just can’t fathom cooking this week but you still want some homemade deliciousness waiting for when you get home, hit up The Urban Larder! Made using seasonal, local produce, these scrumptious meals will set you back $15 but you can get four for $50 this month, and let’s be honest—that’s what you would spend at the shops anyway if you’re cooking for one. The menu changes on the regular, but if you can get your hands on the lemongrass and coconut beef with lime and coriander rice you’ll be a very happy camper indeed.
The Small Batch Gift Co
If you’re looking for a super cute gift box that is full of stuff made in Australia then The Small Batch Gift Co is the place for you. There are gift boxes for new mums, gents, gin enthusiasts and everyone in between. Everything is packaged beautifully and sent directly to your loved one so you don’t need to lift a finger, and that sounds pretty damn good to us.
Haus Of Popcorn
Of course we got excited when we heard there was a new popcorn company in town! We simply couldn’t resist including these guys because who doesn’t want popcorn delivered direct to your door? Haus of Popcorn does one hell of a salted caramel popcorn that’s the perfect excuse to cancel all your plans and stay home watching movies this weekend.
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Image credit: Splendour Box