If you have been invited to the wedding of the year then after you’ve asked yourself, ‘What am I going to wear?’ the next question on your lips will probably be, ‘What do I buy for a gift?’ Many couples these days have already lived with one another for quite some time before getting married so already have most of the appliances and accessories associated with setting up home for the first time. Often many couples will supply a present list and usually a store where these can be purchased or they may simply request money, if they are saving for a house or a honeymoon. However, where there is no gift list or the couple already has everything they need then your choice of gift can get a bit more imaginative, unique and truly memorable – a gift that will be cherished a lot longer than a cheque. Check out https://mynamedgifts.co.uk/personalised-wedding-gifts/.
After the big day, a couple have so many bits and bobs and small keepsakes that it can be difficult to know what to do with it all. The solution to this is a personalised keepsake box. This is a heartfelt and functional gift that can be treasured for generations. Personalised cushions and candles are another idea for keeping memories alive in the home. A homemade cushion with their names and date of wedding, or another highly personal message is a great idea and shows how much they mean to you. For White Cotton Fabric, visit https://www.higgsandhiggs.com/fabrics/plain-cotton-fabric.html. Other personalised ideas might include a custom made cheese board or wine box. For the nature loving couple, maybe a tree or plant with a personalised vase.
Photo frames or albums may seem like a bit of an unoriginal idea but a newlywed couple will have so many wonderful photos from their big day that you really can’t go wrong with a beautiful frame that can take pride of place in their home or even an album that you’ve designed yourself. Whether they already have one for their wedding photos, it doesn’t matter, as this can be treasured for holiday snaps or used for when they have little ones.
If they are a couple that enjoy days or nights out, then think about an annual membership pass to heritage sites, the cinema or theme parks. This is a fantastic idea for the more adventurous and will give them much to look forward if they get post-honeymoon blues. Along the same theme is a spa day for two. After all, weddings are stressful things and having this luxurious treat just for themselves might be just what they’re looking for.
The happy couple might love having the lyrics to their favourite song mounted in a frame or the animal lovers might appreciate a framed picture of their pet. If they are a couple that work hard and are always on the go, then maybe his and hers watches would be good idea or even a gift card to their favourite restaurant so they can catch up on some ‘date’ nights together.