By Josefa Mclean. Wedding Gift. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 14:24:09 PM.
The Big Gift - That would be the cookware set. Not everyone is in love with stainless steel. The best bet would be non-stick cookware. The best on the market today is hard anodized aluminum, which replaces the teflon cookware of the past. Its very durable, uses very little oil and is safe. There are different price points depending on the brand. This would be something that lets say, the bridal party would \"chip in\" for or maybe given by a family member (mother of the bride or groom) perhaps.
Traditionally, the bride and her family paid for all the reception expenses, which may include food and beverage as well as renting the rooms that the reception will take place. As well, the brides family also pays for any decorative accessories and music and flora arrangements for the wedding ceremony and the reception with the possible exception of flowers for the bride, which the groom shall purchase.
Personalized Wedding Keepsakes - If you decide to buy the bride and groom a small keepsake, consider a gift that will become a treasured part of their holiday celebration for years to come. One option is a personalized Christmas ornament scripted with their names and wedding date. Opting for more detail, you could also get them a creative ornament personalized with the entire wedding party. Certain ornaments enable you to even choose the appropriate hair color and skin tone of each wedding attendant, and include their name on the ornament.
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