You wanted to wish someone on their wedding. That’s quite common. But what matters you how you do it? You can buy just a common, very common, wedding gift, wrap it in gift paper and present it to the couple. Wide varieties of wedding gifts are available; you can pick one according to your budget.
An artsy display for your wine bottles is available with metal wine racks. You get a metal shelf with a place for two wine bottles and two wine glasses. This would make a great wedding gift for a couple that enjoys wine. Wine rack trees, wine bottle bouquet racks and wall racks are other metal racks that might appeal to your senses. If you aren’t blessed with a large budget you will be happy to know that you can find some for less than twenty five dollars. Specialty stores may also have great discounts if you watch for sales.
You may also consider sponsoring the honeymoon of the couple. As all we know, they couple will certainly spend quite a large amount of money for the honeymoon. It will be an excellent idea to sponsor their honeymoon. Of course it should not be possible for you to sponsor the honeymoon on your own. You can help the couple to set up a honeymoon registry. In fact it is like a gift registry but what the couple have on the registry are parts of the honeymoon. The fees for air tickets may be divided into three parts and three guests are going to sponsor the air tickets. On the other hand you may be sponsoring the first dinner of their honeymoon.
Be forewarned, however. Some places of worship don’t permit recorded music, and others don’t allow secular music. So, as with everything else when planning a wedding, be sure you know the policies of the house of worship you are getting married in, if you are going that route.
Most people keep a record of the wedding ceremony. You’ll find plenty of pictures taken at a wedding ceremony and everyone has a copy of the ceremony CD or DVD. Very few people realize that capturing the fun filled activities during the preparation for the ceremony are funnier and more personal. These memories can be captured by recording them silently and secretly to get the real and natural picture which is informal, casual and lovely.
The Zingerman’s Culinary Adventure Society club. This is a totally cool gift for somebody experimental and interested in the history and culture behind what they eat. Zingerman’s will send them a box of eight to ten food “surprises,” like a cool cheese or olive oil. Best package ever? Possibly. You can go from one to four installments (four will set you back $600, so you might want to reserve that for somebody you really, really like).
Give a honeymoon photo album – this could be made out of wood, with a special message like something like “Our Special Honeymoon” engraved on the cover would be a great way to capture memories too!