It’s the beginning of the most beautiful time of year: the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and it’s a picture-perfect season to marry. A flawless union in a gorgeous season call for the most perfect of presents: but what to get the bride and groom? Whatever their tastes, here are four stunning, personal wedding gift ideas (with an extra tip) that the pair are sure to love.
Give the newlyweds the gift of light airiness with quality bed linen. This seersucker design is breathable, long lasting, and displays a classic design; a love sure to last a lifetime.
Personal touch: Collect happy words and thoughts that you associate with the couple. Using these words, put ink to thick white paper and create a personal poem. Roll it into a scroll and finish with a silver ribbon.
Feed the soul
It’s widely accepted that the key to our hearts is through food. Present this to the pair in a symbolic fashion with a matching set of white ceramic jars – one for each.
Personal touch: Bake your own heart-shaped shortbread, and decorate them with the names of the bride and groom, or their special date, in pearl white frosting.
Good things come in twos…
Perfect couples are the theme of the day, and our matching waffle bathrobe and towel set make a truly delightful pair. To make it especially theirs, have their initials or their wedding date embroidered on the textiles with our customisation service.
(Extra) Personal touch: Borrow from the old custom and place something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue in the pockets of the bathrobe, with a little note explaining why you chose each piece.
Comfort in togetherness in comfort…
Wiling away the hours and taking comfort in each other’s company is a joy, and few things are more beautiful than cuddling up under a luxurious cashmere blanket. Totally enveloped by this warm and sumptuously soft natural fibre, the pair will forget everything else around them.
Personal touch: Fill a white cotton bag with natural rock salt. Traditionally, salt stands for happiness, health, and wealth – so enclose these three wishes within the folds of the cashmere blanket.