San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 28, 2013
Since many bridal couples are already living together, wedding registries are becoming less popular. Wedding guests may be asked to donate to a charity, contribute money towards a honeymoon, give a small gift or no gift at all. This new trend leaves many wedding guests racking their brains for an appropriate gift. On June 26, 2013, The Huffington Post published an article entitled “Wedding Gift Ideas for Food Lovers”, and Do the Bride a Favor has now released its own wedding gift ideas.
1. Think Personal
One of the perks of a wedding is getting a new last name. If the bride is planning to change her last name, buying a gift certificate for a name changing service is a wonderful idea. Along these same lines, giving new personalized address labels, stationary, address stamps, and other items reflecting the couple’s new name is a thoughtful gift idea.
2. Think Passion
Does the bridal couple share a sport, hobby, or other past-time? Giving a gift that helps this couple grow closer through a hobby is a great idea. If they play golf, a gift certificate for a round of golf, or a golf clinic are both thoughtful gifts. If they share a passion for food, or offer custom wedding candy at the reception, a food-of-the-month subscription or a food magazine subscription along with a gift basket of chewing candy is another gift they will be sure to enjoy.
3. Give Fun
If the couple is planning a honeymoon, buying a gift certificate for a tour at their destination or a restaurant is a good idea. If they’re not planning to go on a honeymoon, a gift certificate to a local restaurant along with tickets to a play or a concert would also make for a great gift.
Do the Bride a Favor gives gift ideas for bridal couples who choose to pass on a registry, including giving the couple new personalized items, hobby gifts, or recreational certificates.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor gives brides and party planners alike gift ideas, inspiration for themes, and candy favor advice to create unforgettable events.