According to a 2015 survey by The Knot, one of the top wedding planning sites, summer months no longer hold the title of “the most popular wedding months.” Summer is quickly getting edged out as the signature wedding season and being replaced by the cooler weather and colors of Autumn. Fall has been making headway, with 39 percent of couples choosing to say “I do” in September (15 percent), October (17 percent) and November (7 percent), up from 31 percent in 2014. That means that this is prime wedding gift season. Are you looking for something more sentimental and personal? Creative Gifts can help you find the perfect keepsake for the new couple that is both personal and unique.
These beautiful toasting flutes for the new couple feature the Glitter Galore look of acrylic covered crystals encased in bright, non-tarnishing, silver-colored metal in the base of each. A great gift for the new couple to use to toast their families, friends and wedding party as well as for commemorative toasts for years to come. Make it really special by adding a one to three letter monogram, a first name or a special message.
“The Bride cuts the cake, the bride cuts the cake. . . ” We all know this fun tradition of cutting the wedding cake and feeding each other. Here is a lovely keepsake for the bride and groom that will be used for years to come. This is a must have gift that can be used during the reception and for years to come during special family events, birthdays and anniversaries. Make it even sweeter by engraving a special message, monogram or date on the knife or server set.
Give a bit of elegance with this old world style silver plated Gadroon Wine Cooler. The graceful curves of this cooler with the exquisite attention to the beaded detail around the rim and handles is what makes this piece a pure beauty. The couple can use it both at their reception and for all future parties and anniversaries. It will remind them of their special day. Add a personal touch with monogram letters, dates or a special message to the new Mr. & Mrs.
When someone close to you loses a loved one, it can be hard to know what to do to show your love and sympathy. Grief is a profoundly personal experience; what may comfort one person may leave another cold. While we can’t miraculously read someone’s mind to find out the exact right thing to say or do, we can still extend small gestures of sympathy to let them know you are thinking of them.
Personal gestures can mean a lot in a time of sorrow. A small emblematic style box with non-tarnish antique finish, engraved with initials, a name, or a special date to hold a cherished memento. The dark blue flocked cloth lining is appropriate for any small item. Consider writing down your favorite memory of the person; place it in the box for your loved one read and reread for comfort in hard times.
For those of faith, consider engraving a cross ornament – something to hang up year round or to take out and remember on certain dates. The bright nickel-plated non-tarnish finish is perfect for adding a name or special message, while the white tassel serves as a touching accent. It’s a little something that will be a regular reminder of the love engendered by the person who has been lost.
Occasionally, a more exuberant expression of remembrance is appropriate. Personalize an optic crystal vase with Medallion pattern. Fill it with Lilies of the Valley or Chrysanthemums – something that fits the personality of the person you’re remembering. Then whenever the vase is filled with a beautiful bouquet, the Old World charm of the vase will kindle warm memories.
If you want to send something floral that will last longer, personalize a silverplated rose. The non-tarnishing flower is accompanied by a tag with space to add initials, a date or some other meaningful message. It will readily accompany natural bouquets for years to come, and serve as a thoughtful reminder of times spent with the dearly departed.
Small gestures can mean the world to someone who is grieving. Personalizing the right item helps you express your sympathy and will serve as a lasting memorial.