The wedding season is upon us, and as the summer gets hotter, the chances are you will have one or two weddings to attend, and whilst you eagerly anticipate the big day, you will have to start considering what gifts you are going to buy for the newlyweds. We have come up with some great traditional presents which never fail to impress the new bride and groom.
Jewellery – There’s a wide variety of jewellery you can buy the bride and groom which include silver charm bracelets and earrings. Of course, you should make sure you don’t buy them a ring, as the day will be all about the wedding ring and you could either out do the groom (which he won’t like) or your present could look inferior. There are some great designer jewellery alternatives on the market, such as Lovelinks designer bracelets which are great because the bride can personalise it to her own taste.
Champagne – Nothing starts a celebration better than a bottle of bubbly, and there’s no better (or happier) time to celebrate than when you are attending a wedding. Make sure that you share a glass with the bride and groom and grab some snaps which they will be able to keep and cherish forever. Another great thing about champagne is that if the happy couple do not want to open it there and then, they can always have it at a later date, such as on their honeymoon or their one year wedding anniversary.
Photo Frame – This can be a very cheap and effective present for those who are struggling for ideas, or who may not have the big bucks to spend on such a day. If you buy a frame that is wedding related, then after the wedding the happy couple can look through all their pictures and can then decide to frame their favourite picture. This could be kept anywhere throughout the house, and can be passed down through to different generations of their family.
Home Appliances and goods – A traditionally great present to get a young couple are household appliances which will help them in their new life together. This can be anything they have asked for or anything you feel they may need as they embark on married life together. Look at things such as wine or champagne glasses, which would look nice with an evening dinner. You could also look into toasters, microwaves or anything that will make life a little bit easier for them.
If you feel they already have everything, then look for things that will enhance the aesthetics of their home. This includes plants, mirrors or furniture which you think would suit their home, you could also look into garden furniture you know they want or feel they deserve. There are so many things every household needs, so you’ll be sure to find something for the happy couple.
We hope this has provided you with some great traditional ways to congratulate the newlyweds on their special day. Obviously, if you know there is a present they want or would appreciate, then go for it.