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Written by Ali Beaven Last updated: March 25, 2013
“Bespoke” continues to be the buzzword in weddings, with every couple wanting their big day to be truly unique. This philosophy continues with the gift list and will be especially welcome to couples keen on products which personally reflect their individual taste and style. Personalised prints, engraved glassware and hand-painted ceramics are all set to be very popular choices – this is good news for guests as personalised presents continue to be the most favourable gift of choice and are the first items to be bought by Prezola guests.
Our top 10 bespoke gift this year include:
Engraved decanters: they’re available from a number of retailers, but we love the Admiral decanter from Dartington Crystal – a very British classic…
Engraved chopping boards: these double up as fantastic serving platters!
Personalised pottery from Emma Bridgewater: just perfect!
Commemorative champagne with your wedding details printed on the label: keep one for the christening or an anniversary too!
Personalised wall art: anything from NotOnTheHighStreet or Swanky Maison will be perfect!
Engraved tableware is really popular this year: check out these gorgeous napkin rings from NotOnTheHighStreet.
These vintage wine crates by Under the Oak Tree have travelled the world. They’re then carved with your names and wedding date. Gorgeous!
Have a hardwood bench carved with your initials – it’ll last a lifetime.
Don’t just have a honeymoon fund – capture guests’ imaginations with romantic honeymoon experiences that they can contribute towards. Make it personal!
And our personal favourite: a heart shaped solid slate serving board, hand engraved with your names and wedding date. Cheesy, but in a very good way!
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