After your “big moment”, the reception provides the ideal environment to thank everyone for coming, entertain and feed guests… but then what? For those guests who are local, they typically go home. But what about those guests who have traveled a distance simply to celebrate your special day with you?
Wedding party gifts are a nice gesture but are usually forgotten within a few months of the wedding. Why not give a gift that they’ll never forget? For a nominal fee, you can give your wedding party favor in the form of a once in a lifetime sailboat ride. While waiting for the hangovers to dissipate and the cloudiness and fog to leave their brains, your guests can relax with the wind in their faces and the sun at their backs a board a sailboat for the next couple of hours until it’s time to head for the airport. While you and your new spouse head for lands unknown, your guests can be taken on a scenic route of your choice and have food and drink of your choice while accommodating almost any travel schedule. Several special scheduled events area available during these trips and with a maximum of just under 50 passengers, it won’t be any problem to have everyone together, or, for those who are married, to leave at a time when there are no others from the wedding party in attendance.
Wedding party gifts range in ideas from chocolate favors to personalized wedding party favor gift tags. Some wedding party gifts are small replicas of the wedding cake in the form of a cookie. Others can be a small wedding party gifts bag full of assorted items commemorating the special day and the two special people along with it. Whatever you choose to give to the people who have shared your “special” day with you, make sure that you take the time to consider what you would like to have. If you would like to have something as a wedding party gift, then most likely, your wedding party gifts will be a hit!
With the frequency of weddings in a person’s life anymore, there are big and small gifts that can be considered for the bride and groom. If you are in the wedding party, you may choose a larger type gift, both as a present and as a “thank you” for including you in such an important role in such an important day in the life of someone who is special to you. Blenders, specialty platters and plates along with dinnerware have always been considered typical gifts for the bride and groom. If you want your gift to be cherished for all time and also be a piece worth displaying in their new home, take the wedding invitation you received and have it placed inside a transparent candle, in a personalized frame or some other creative display. Your thoughtfulness will be remembered for a long time to come.