Whilst every bride wants to look her best on her big day, it’s fair to say that she also wants her reception room to be dressed in its best too. When it comes to creating the perfect table dressings, brides in the know turn to Frette, purveyors of some of the finest linens in the world for almost 160 years. Brides who use Frette are in good company too, since their linens have been featured everywhere from the altar of St. Peter’s basilica to the dining car of the Orient Express.
Cross Pens are the perfect proposal present or wedding gift
Whether getting married in a traditional manner or making a grand gesture in Las Vegas, there are so many little details to organise for your big day. However, Cross Pens have made the choice of gifts or wedding favours easy with a selection of beautiful and easily customizable pens.
The brand, which has been created beautiful and trustworthy pens since 1846, are able to engrave every pen with a custom message to ensure your special day is one to be cherished.
Most weddings, as we all know, cost the earth. From dresses to hen dos, honeymoons to catering, the end bill can often be eye wateringly high. Luckily, one high street brand is making things a little easier on couples planning their wedding by introducing an incredible range of high quality wedding products to their stores.
B&M Stores have often been the haven for value for money items for the home and garden. While we’ve enjoyed the selection of low cost home ware, electrical items and toys, we’ve now found our new favourite thing. The items in B&M’s wedding range are must haves for your next celebration.
A specialist training centre for people with learning disabilities and mental health needs in Dorset is at the ‘heart’ of preparations for a forthcoming wedding.
Individuals who attend the Outcomes with Learning (OWL) Town Farm Workshop in Sixpenny Handley are putting the finishing touches to an order for 30 ceramic ‘wedding favours’.
The heart-shaped gifts will have pride of place on guests’ tables at the nuptials of Carole Edmond and husband-to-be Tim in Milborne Port on July 22.
Carole is the managing director of Regard, the UK’s fourth biggest private provider of supported living and residential services, who run the workshops.
When planning your wedding there are so many little jobs to tick off your list. We know how important it is to find the perfect products to spoil yourself on your special day. No need to panic if you’re still looking for some beautiful treats that won’t break the bank, as we’ve found the most delectable range to leave you feeling – and smelling – like a princess.
We’ve all been there when we’re invited to a wedding and the time comes to purchase a gift for the happy couple. Perhaps they’ve been together a long time and appear to have all they need for their home, or maybe they don’t have a wedding gift list so you’re forced to think outside of the box in terms of suitable gift options. We’d like to offer you some wonderful luxury kitchenware wedding gift suggestions that would fit right into the home of the happy couple.
Firstly, here’s some tips when it comes to shopping for a wedding gift:
Do you love chocolate and want to include it in your wedding? Or, perhaps you are a guest who needs a wedding gift but are looking for something really different?
Hooray! As it’s World Chocolate we have just the thing…
Biscuiteers create wonderful, artistic hand iced chocolates and biscuits for an array of occasions, including engagement presents, wedding gifts and wedding favours.
Get the basics out of the way first
In any engagement card, you have to remember the reason that you were writing it in the first place, to congratulate your loved one on their recent engagement! Say congratulations first, something simple that gets the message across as to why they are receiving this correspondence.
Make things personal
As wedding plans get underway, it’s time to turn attentions to the wedding list. But how much do you spend on a wedding gift? A recent survey by the weddingshop.com confirms £111.46 is the maximum a couple should expect a guest to pay for a present.*
With this figure in mind, why not break with convention and select a gift that you’d love in your home when you start married life? It’s time for the fun, the frivolous and the good looking practical!
Brabantia’s stunning range of homewares make perfect wedding list additions, bringing colour and good looks to any home.
One4all launches new wedding design for the 2017 season
ONE4ALL, the Post Office gift card, has launched a new wedding gift card design. Featuring two intertwined wedding bands to symbolise marriage, the gift card makes a perfect treat for the happy couple.
The One4all Gift Card offers newlyweds the flexibility and choice to choose their own gifts that will best set them up for married life.
Whether it’s something for the new home, help towards the honeymoon fund or a couple’s spa day, the UK’s leading multi retailer gift card, ensures gifts swerve the unwanted pile or being returned.
Chocolate symbolises, as no other food does, luxury, comfort, sensuality and love. Chocolate has played an important role in wedding ceremonies from the Aztecs drinking a delicious cocoa concoction to the giving of chocolate as a wedding present from King Louis XIII of France to his new wife Anne of Austria. And so the love story with chocolate begins….
What do you get the little flower girl or bridesmaid who has everything? No doubt Pippa Middleton was thinking the very same thing after choosing Princess Charlotte to complete the line-up at the biggest wedding of the year.
But Britain’s last remaining luxury teddy bear factory, Merrythought, has the answer with a collection of adorable handmade companions which are just perfect for that enchanting gift. After all, baby brother Prince George already has one.
The Shropshire firm has unveiled a stunning new collection which features adorable new characters ready to charm owners across the globe, with Digby the dog and Coco the cat taking centre stage.
Ever needed to find the perfect birthday card for your niece's Asian girlfriend; perhaps your son has just got engaged to his boyfriend or your gay friends are having a baby? Finding cards like these are often harder than you might think! HueTribe is a greetings card e-retailer addressing the gap in the market for underrepresented groups. Cultural and racial backgrounds, as well as sexual orientation are all celebrated and acknowledged at HueTribe.
The range of over 40 greetings cards cover categories of birthdays, wedding and engagements, births and congratulations. The designs of the cards celebrate LGBT and interracial relationships.