The Perfect Wedding Gift: How to choose a Gift that stands out

The pressure is always on when you’re looking for a wedding gift that will stand out. There’s always a gift registry. There are also considerations on whether you should buy an expensive gift or just give it in cash form outright.

However, you shouldn’t really worry. Read on and find out how to solve this particular problem:

Following the Registry

You should stop looking at the gift registry like a royal decree. The registry, for all intents and purposes, is really just a suggestive list and not a command. If you go and buy something that’s off the list, it’s good to take a look at it to have an idea of what the couple really wants.

Intimate Friends

Chances are if you’re life-long friends with the couple or at least one of them, you won’t need a gift registry to find out what they want or what they’ll like. Have an idea of where they want to live. Consider if they’re going to have that kind of gift you’re planning to buy already, or if they need it when starting out.

Cash gifts

It might look easier to just give a cash gift, but it can also be tricky—what’s considered as a huge amount to some might not be that big of something to others. If you’re having trouble getting a gift, consider giving gift checks instead.

Strength in Numbers

If there’s ever an opportunity to buy a gift as a group, it’s this. Pooling resources together can create a big enough pot to manage to buy a luxurious gift. It also gives you a chance to remove the stress of thinking up a great gift when you’re pressed with time.

Simplicity is still King

You can buy all the most expensive things you want; at the end of the day, a gift that’s well thought of and one that is also fairly sentimental can trump any expensive gifts on their list. It’s the thought that counts, whatever the reason for the gift-giving.

Creativity counts whenever you’re thinking of a gift to buy. If you have the money, sure, go ahead and buy that expensive gift—after all, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime event. But a gift doesn’t have to be expensive to be remembered.

Grandiose Designs: Top Unusual Wedding Gifts

Most people get married only once in their life. That’s why it’s such a chore to look for the perfect wedding gift to give—one you’re sure will help the newly-weds as they get started on the way to marital bliss, or otherwise.

If you’re at a loss on what to get the newly-weds, take a look at this list:

Bed and Mattress. Sleep is a part of personal health that should never be ignored. It improves health and, let’s face it; a person can’t function normally if they lack sleep. A bed and mattress, then, would be a very good gift for a couple that’s just starting out for a variety of reasons.

Magic Toaster + App. It’s a nice app to give a couple that’s clearly made for each other. The next best thing about sweet nothings is to put it on a brad. The app arranges the time you should put bread into the toaster and watch the message become etched into bread.

Alarm ring. Consideration is one thing that deepens the relationship between husband and wife, and what better way than to consider when they’ll wake up and when they need to sleep? The alarm ring is a great way of waking up without waking your significant other.

Cuddle mattress.It’s not just any mattress. If your partner is fond of lying down on your arm, this helps them to ease the pressure as their arm sinks into the grooves placed into the mattress.

A Vintage tandem bike—in pink. Nothing says romance like an old-fashioned tandem bike. This gift is perfect for athletic newly-weds who, at the same time, are also history buffs. A bonus is that the company that made this has been around far longer than the newly-weds.

Classic, innovative, and creative gifts always are the ones couples remember when they reminisce their wedding. Wouldn’t you want your gift to be remembered as such?