By Tina Solis. Wedding Gift. Published at Thursday, March 29th, 2018 - 16:37:09 PM.
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.
Spa days are usually a big hit with bridesmaids and they can be given in preparation for the wedding or as a chance to relax once the wedding is over. Everyone can get together for a spa day to get ready for the wedding and have their hair done and a manicure and pedicure. This way if anyone in your bridal party is unable to afford it, you ensure they are looking and feeling their best for the big day. If you prefer, you can give the spa day for the weeks before or after the wedding.
Another idea for bridal gifts is to give purses or handbags. Many brides are opting to have their girls carry handbags down the aisle instead of bouquets of flowers. This gives the ceremony a more modern look and it saves money. It also avoids having bunches of flowers that do not last past the big day. Handbags can coordinate with the bridesmaids gowns and it gives the girls an easy way to carry tissues, lipstick and other items they may want to have with them during the wedding. If you are more traditional and you want to stick with flowers, consider giving handbags as the gift that the girls can use at the reception for their belongings or even use after the wedding.
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