The experts at The Wedding Shop have selected their favourite items to help you create the perfect gift list – one that will suit every guest’s budget
The best time to build your gift list is before you send out the wedding invitations – that way you can add your list details to the invite, and your guests can start planning. One of the best ways to make the most of your gift list is to broaden your selection and include varying price ranges. The list below, created by the experts at The Wedding Shop, has something for every budget.
Wedding gifts can hold wonderful memories for you. If you’re looking for gorgeous household items to treasure for years to come – from furniture and accessories, to cookware and gadgets – let this selection inspire you:
This leather Buckled magazine basket from Life of Riley exudes sophisticated elegance. A practical yet stylish gift, it will keep your home clutter-free.
If you’d like to use your gift list as a chance to channel your adventurous side, why not ask your guests to contribute to an experience? It could be a fantastic honeymoon in an exotic location by Original Travel or Wild Frontiers, or maybe the chance for you to learn a new skill with Truly Experiences.
Group gifting is great for more lavish gifts, like this Truly Experiences night of private dining for eight, cooked by Nobu chefs in your own home.
Ask your guests for a subscription service for a gift that keeps on giving, or if you’re saving for something big – like an out-of-this-world honeymoon – they can contribute to a personalised fund. You can even ask for donations to your favourite charities.
Value at guests’ discretion
If you value wildlife conservation, see if your guests would like to contribute to some relevant charities. Flexible and easy, guests can choose how much they want to donate.