Friday, 12 July 2013


Weekend is here again,for those of us attending weddings,birthdays or any other event that requires you buying gifts, here are some tips from me to you to help you through........

  1. Dinner, glass, and flatware: These very traditional gifts are also very practical. Most couples will register for formal, semi-formal, and casual patterns to use for different occasions. Keep price range and formality in mind when you choose a gift. While a single place setting of formal china is an appropriate gift, you may want to get four or more place settings of casual dinnerwares.
  2. Small appliances: A toaster may be the archetypal wedding gift, but it's something that the bride and groom will likely use every day together. If you want a gift that will go a long way without spending too much, look for toasters, hand mixers, blenders, and other small appliances to give as gifts.
  3. Cookware: Another popular gift, cookware is something that the bride and groom will get a lot of use out of.Cookwares and cutlery sets make excellent gifts because they often have everything you need to cook a meal. Specialty cookware, such as works, steamers, and roasting pans, are also great gifts and are not typically included in sets.
  4. Linens: Setting up a home means setting up a space the bride and groom  live comfortably in. That's why sheets and towels are popular registry items. Plus, the couple will need more than one set of sheets and towels, so you don't have to worry about someone else buying them, too. Look for sets made of soft, quality fibers, like bamboo or Egyptian cotton.
  5. Decor: The celebrant will certainly want to make their home beautiful as well as comfortable. To help them make their house a home, look for decors . Crystal vases and candlesticks are beautiful and timeless gifts that are fitting for the occasion. Photo frames are another popular gift, especially large frames the couple can use to display wedding photos.

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