Giving Gifts to the Wedding Party
The newly wedded couple not only receives gifts, but they are also expected to give gifts to their wedding party. Finding the perfect present expresses thanks to family and friends who worked hard to ensure this special day goes off without a hitch. The groomsmen, bridesmaids, parents of the bride and groom, and even the ring bearer and flower girl should all be included in the list of gifts.
What Do These Gifts Mean?
The wedding party, aside from the catering staff, the person officiating the wedding, photographer and so on (all who get paid by the way), work extremely hard to ensure that the wedding day is perfect and there are no snafus. They help shoulder the stress so the bride and groom can be calm on their wedding day and truly enjoy this very special occasion. This thoughtful gift serves as both as a reminder of the special day and how they helped as well as a token of appreciation.
What Kind of Gifts to Give?
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Personalized gifts tend to make the best kind of gift to give. It shows just a bit more thought and effort. Remember to select something that each group in the wedding party will like. For example, purchase monogram necklaces or personalized infinity jewelry for the bridesmaids, monogram cufflinks for the groomsmen, and even a cute name necklace for the flower girl. Other personalized gift options include bags, wallets, and scarves. Head over to our site, MyNameNecklace to check out some of these gift options.
When Should Gifts be Purchased?
There is really no specific time frame for purchasing wedding party gifts. A good rule of thumb is sooner rather than later, especially if there is a personalization element to the items, requiring extra time for the gifts to be made. Always keep an eye out and if there is something that screams the perfect gift, get it!
When is the Best Time to Give Wedding Party Gifts?
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Wedding party gifts are traditionally given during the rehearsal dinner right before the wedding. The idea is that the bride and groom give a toast thanking their wedding party and then distributing the gifts. Especially if the gift can be used the day of the wedding (for example, all the bridesmaids wear their monogram necklace with their dress), it is best to give before the big day!