Wedding gifts

Today, the most pop­u­largift for new­ly­weds is mon­ey. Yes, it is trite, but this is the most nec­es­sary thing of all that you can imag­ine, and it obvi­ous­ly will not be super­flu­ous. Many new­ly­weds them­selves ask for ban­knotes, espe­cial­ly if the new fam­i­ly is plan­ning a hon­ey­moon trip or a major pur­chase. How­ev­er, not all new­ly­weds are so banal, and some dream of receiv­ing orig­i­nal­gifts. There are many options, the main thing is to use your imag­i­na­tion!

Wedding gifts from parents

Tra­di­tion­al­ly, it is the new­ly-mint­ed father-in-law and father-in-law who are the most gen­er­ous and give their chil­dren the best gifts they can afford. For exam­ple, agift to the groom could be an apart­ment or a car, or a large sum of mon­ey, enough for a mort­gage down pay­ment. In many fam­i­lies, such gifts are giv­en even before the­and are not announced at the cel­e­bra­tion itself.

As agift to the bride, things that would fit as a “dowry” are usu­al­ly used — a fur coat, expen­sive jew­el­ry, some­thing from large house­hold appli­ances.

In some cas­es, par­ents agree to donate a spe­cif­ic amount togeth­er, or orga­nize a hon­ey­moon trip for the young. It all depends on the finan­cial capa­bil­i­ties of fam­i­lies.

Wedding Gift Ideas

If the now clas­sic­greet­ing with a gift in the form of an enve­lope with ban­knotes does not suit you, and you want to dis­tin­guish your­self, it is quite pos­si­ble to choose some­thing that will sure­ly come in handy for the new­ly­weds in their new fam­i­ly home. The bet­ter you know a cou­ple, the eas­i­er it will be for you to make a choice.

  1. If you are short on mon­ey, but you still want to make a good gift, give some­thing from small house­hold appli­ances. For exam­ple, a pan­cake mak­er, steam­er, deep fry­er, food proces­sor, air grill, elec­tric cof­fee grinder, toast­er, steam iron or microwave. These things will please any host­ess! The main thing is to find out if any of the guests decid­ed to please the young in the same way.
  2. The best gift is a gift that meets the inter­ests of the young. If both of them are lovers of, say, Kaf­ka or Tol­stoy, you can donate a col­lec­tion of works. If they love Van Gogh art, give them a qual­i­ty repro­duc­tion. Movie lovers will enjoy a large col­lec­tion of films and a mod­ern DVD play­er.
  3. You can also choose jokegifts — for exam­ple, a pack of fake mon­ey, a pack of toi­let paper with a $100 bill print­ed on it, and so on. The main thing is that a good amount of mon­ey is attached to this — jokes are jokes, but when you come to the wed­ding, you should at least recoup some of the costs of the ban­quet and con­tribute to the bud­get of a young fam­i­ly.
  4. The design of agift can also be com­i­cal. For exam­ple, if you’re gift­ing cat lovers a vac­u­um clean­er, you could cov­er the box with paper that depicts a new label that says some­thing like “Cat Stress Device” or some­thing like that.
  5. Now there are a lot of inter­est­ing and orig­i­nal nov­el­ties that can be pre­sent­ed to young peo­ple. For exam­ple, a robot vac­u­um clean­er, a per­son­al plan­e­tar­i­um, a video peep­hole or a wire­less baby mon­i­tor (which is espe­cial­ly true if the young ones are wait­ing for replen­ish­ment soon).
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beautiful wedding gift for groom

Whichev­er option you choose, remem­ber that this is, first of all, a sign of your atten­tion, and not a heavy duty. Treat the choice of a gift with humor, but do not for­get about com­mon sense.

Wedding gift to the groom from the bride

Recent­ly, it has become fash­ion­able among new­ly­weds to give gifts to each oth­er. Entre­pre­neur­ial brides sing songs ded­i­cat­ed to their beloved, grooms read poet­ry or give gold jew­el­ry. The most orig­i­nal ver­sions of such gifts, of course, were record­ed on video, and they can always be found on the Inter­net. This is a great source of ideas and inspi­ra­tion!