Possibly the oldest wedding-gift tradition, still followed by many couples, is
that of the bride and groom giving gifts to each other. These gifts should
reflect your commitment, and therefore be something that will last a long time.
Items that can be engraved with the entwined initials of the bride and groom
and/or the wedding date are especially appealing. However, it is not necessary
to spend a lot of money; sometimes a heartfelt message can be delivered in the
form of a sentimental, homemade token.
- a handmade box to hold his jewelry or
stamps and paperclips
- a tree seedling
- a sweater you've knitted yourself with
the pledge to always keep him warm
- a fancy one-of-a-kind or custom-made
- engraved cuff-links
- a dress watch engraved with your
- a specialty desk clock
- a love poem or song you've written
- a pledge of your undying love, written
in a beautiful greeting card or inscribed in the front of a special book
As a bride, you will likely have the pleasure of receiving many gifts. Just as
pleasant is the presentation of gifts to the people you wish to acknowledge at
this important time in your life.
We offer here some suggestions for gifts.
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