transforms the way to gift

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The tradition of gifting is one of the essential parts of wedding ceremonies intended to help newlyweds step into their new lives with ease. However, work, personal responsibilities and traffic jams turn gift hunts into stressful missions, while the avalanche of gift duplicates and unwanted items serve only to clutter the newly wedded couples’ storage rooms and closets.  
But one simple website promises to do away with gift shopping anxiety and to restore the original purpose of gifting. is a Sri Lankan-made gifting solution where users can create GiftSmart Cards – personalized greeting cards with a value of their choice, customizable for such as occasion. Being online, this easy to use solution allows the users to create their card anytime and anywhere, eliminating the time pressure, road stress and travel costs.
GiftSmart Card recipients in turn receive a personalized souvenir they can hold on to forever, while they can redeem the card’s value by simply visiting the website and selecting gift vouchers from one or more of their favourite shops. 

With over 100 leading Sri Lankan merchants to choose from, the recipient satisfaction is guaranteed.
The team behind reports plenty of such positive feedback rolling in from both the users and their recipients. A member of the team, Prageeth Rodrigo, claims that this wedding season, will amaze them even more. 
“We are constantly listening to our customers’ feedback and we are constantly upgrading the platform,” said Rodrigo. 

“Currently, we are finishing an exciting new feature that is sure to make lives of many newlyweds and their guests much easier and happier,” he continued.
“This wedding season, is on a mission to completely transform the way we gift in Sri Lanka.”


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