43 Ideas for Gift Basket Company Names

Baskets have been found throughout history as a symbol of delivery goods or transporting them. Popularity with gift baskets normally occur during holidays or other special occasions such as Mother’s Day and Valentines Day. The most well known foods stored in these baskets are fruits, baked goods, gourmet items, or chocolate. The gift basket industry as a whole receives an average annual revenue of $3.3 billion in the United States alone. This is just a small segment of the overall gift industry that experiences larger revenues of over $200 billion a year. A collection of local and nationalized gift basket company names are listed below to help inspire the creation of your own organization.

1 800 Baskets
Academy Floral
Always Floral
America Basket
Autumn Leaves Florist and Gifts
Best Buds Floral & Gift
Beyond Baskets
Bowcutt’s Floral & Gift
Campus Floral
Delightful Deliveries
Design it Yourself Gift Baskets
Edible Arrangements
Especially for Your Flowers
Executive Baskets
Fanciful Gift Baskets
Fernwood Candy Co.
Filling Your Needs Basket Co.
Flower Mill
Flower Patch
Frederick Basket Company
Fruit Basket Review
Gift Baskets
Gift Hounds
Gift Selector
Gift Tree
Giftbasket Affairs
Gourmet Gift Baskets
Great Harvest Bread
Harry and David
Hillside Floral
Jensen Floral Inc.
Olive & Cocoa LLC
Provo Floral LLC
Reed Floral & Gift
Sunshine Creation Floral
The Flower Market
The Flower Shoppe
The Perfect Gift
The Popcorn Bag
Western Nut Company
Wildflower Florist
Wine Country Gift Baskets

The following infographic outlines the historical timeline of gift baskets and their creation. The oldest gift basket ever discovered dates back 10,000 to 12,000 years old. Weaving baskets throughout history has been revered as one of the oldest crafts in human civilization. The first recorded use of a basket is found in the Old Testament when Mose’s mother places him in a wicker basket as an infant.

Historical Guide to Gift Baskets