By Audra Odom. Wedding Gift. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 19:16:09 PM.
The Big Gift - That would be the cookware set. Not everyone is in love with stainless steel. The best bet would be non-stick cookware. The best on the market today is hard anodized aluminum, which replaces the teflon cookware of the past. Its very durable, uses very little oil and is safe. There are different price points depending on the brand. This would be something that lets say, the bridal party would \"chip in\" for or maybe given by a family member (mother of the bride or groom) perhaps.
The goal of the gift is to help the couple to prepare their new home for their arrival. For that reason, virtually anything for the home, from dishes and pots and pans to fine china and large appliances are acceptable. Those that are closer to the bride and the groom generally will give a larger gift, but there is no hard rule for this either. It is customary for the maid of honor and other bridesmaids to give gifts to the bride and groom as well. In most cases, the parents of the couple will also provide a gift to them at this occasion, unless they feel that it is necessary to keep it to themselves, in which case they can.
Towels and Stuff - Unless you know the color scheme of the kitchen, Id stick to neutrals. Since most appliances are either black or white, these two \"colors\" look really crisp in any kitchen. You cant go wrong with beige or tan though. Along with the towels and oven mitts, a standing paper towel holder could also be included.
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