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Wedding gift ideas


Choosing the perfect wedding gift can be a daunting task, especially if you’re not sure where to start. With so many options out there, it can be overwhelming to decide on a gift that the newlyweds will truly appreciate and cherish. In this blog article, we will provide some tips on wedding gift ideas that are thoughtful, practical, and memorable. And if you’re planning a wedding, read an online guide to help you get started.


Consider the couple’s interests and hobbies


One of the best ways to choose a wedding gift is to consider the couple’s interests and hobbies. If they love to travel, consider getting them a personalised map or a travel book.  Foodies might like a gift such as an apron, cookbook or a gourmet food basket – all of these would be great choices. If they enjoy spending time outdoors, a picnic basket or a set of camping gear could be perfect. By choosing a gift that reflects their interests, you’ll show that you put thought and care into your selection. Our gift range focuses specifically on the surnames of the happy couple. The earliest coats of arms relating to the names are featured on a wide variety of gifts.


Think about their wedding list


Many couples create a registry of items they would like to receive as wedding gifts. While it’s not necessary to stick to the registry, it can be a helpful guide to what the couple wants and needs. Look through the registry and choose an item that fits within your budget and that you feel they will truly appreciate. You can also consider pooling funds with other guests to purchase a larger item on the registry that the couple might not be able to afford on their own. For example, if the couple have requested wine glasses you could add your personal touch with a special engraving.



Give the gift of an experience


Sometimes the best gifts are experiences rather than physical items. Consider gifting the newlyweds with tickets to a concert, a cooking class, or a weekend getaway. These types of gifts not only provide the couple with a fun experience, but also create lasting memories. And if they’d like to display a photo of their special experience, you could give a special crescent frame This would allow you to engrave your special message alongside the coat of arms for their name.



A glass frame with the couple's name and its earliest coat of arms.

A glass frame with the couple’s name and its earliest coat of arms.

Personalise your gift


A personalised gift shows that you went the extra mile to make your present special. Consider getting a custom-made piece of artwork such as a double coat of arms scroll or an engraved item such as crystal. You could also create a photo album or scrapbook filled with memories of the couple’s relationship leading up to the wedding day.



Don’t forget the practical gifts


While it’s nice to give a unique or sentimental gift, practical gifts can also be appreciated. Consider getting the couple a high-quality set of cookware or kitchen appliances that they will use for years to come. A set of luxurious bedding or towels can also be a practical and thoughtful gift that the couple will enjoy. A set of mugs or coasters is highly practical but can also be personalised with a coat of arms for the couple’s name.




A mug is a practical but thoughtful gift

A mug is a practical but thoughtful gift




In conclusion, choosing a wedding gift can be a challenge, but with these tips, you can find a present that the newlyweds will love. By considering their interests, looking at their list, giving the gift of an experience, personalising your gift, and including practical items, you’ll be sure to find a gift that is both thoughtful and useful.

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