Personalized Wedding Gifts
and Wedding Anniversary Gifts.
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You’ve been invited to a friends wedding and you’ve heard it’s going to be the event of the year. That means a few hundred of their closest friends and hundreds of gifts. Many will have to be returned because; really, who needs three waffle makers?
A year from now, the couple will not remember who gave them what. But a few items they will not forget. Those are the wedding gifts that meant the most and were the most personal. A personalized wedding gift would be that gift. It comes from the heart. It’s as simple as that. The person who takes the extra time to shop for a personalized gift says they care enough about you to put more thought into the gift they give.
Some wedding gifts can be a s simple as a monogrammed item or as complicated as something with their name, wedding date and a personal message or quote. You can find a gift for the wedding shower that would be perfect for the bride to set up her new home such as personalized cutting boards, cake pans, trivets, aprons, and more. What about a keepsake box that she can put some of her favorite wedding mementos in? It just depends on your budget and perhaps the theme of the bridal shower.
And then for the day of the wedding you can purchase something a little more personal for the couple such as a wedding clock or welcome sign with their names and established date. Or how about a set of formal napkins, ceramic coasters, or a woven wedding throw? Wrap it up pretty and top it with a personalized “First Christmas Together” ornament to make it extra special.
A personalized wedding gift may not have been listed on their wedding registry but it will still be one of the most cherished gifts that they will receive.
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