People who are buying engagement gifts for couples they know who are getting married can choose from many options. Some find it difficult to decide what to buy. The following tips can help anyone select the ideal gift for friends and family member
January 18, 2014 (Newswire) - People who are buying engagement gifts for couples they know who are getting married can choose from many options. Some find it difficult to decide what to buy. The following tips can help anyone select the ideal gift for friends and family members who are planning to wed.
Gifts are available in any price range. Deciding how much to spend is the first step to finding the ideal gift. Individuals who are closest to the future bride and groom will want to spend a little more without exceeding their set budget. Most people spend somewhere in the region of $20 to $50 for a present.
Other Factors to Consider
The Interests of the Couple - Think about what the couple likes to do and choose something that fits their mutual interests. If they enjoy cooking, can give them some pans, dishes or cooking supplies.
Lifestyle - Select an item that fits their lifestyle. Couples who enjoy traveling will appreciate travel guides or new suitcases.
Beliefs and Personality - Always purchase an item that will not offend the couple based on their religion or personal beliefs. Giving an inappropriate gift is embarrassing for the recipients as well as the person who bought it.
Popular Gift Ideas
Even with such a wide range of items to choose from, certain gifts are always popular to celebrate an engagement.
Tickets to an Event - Concert tickets or game tickets for the couple's favorite sports team allows them to spend time doing what they like to do.
Wine - A nice bottle of wine is an appropriate gift. This is an even better choice if the wine needs one year to age. This allows the couple to celebrate their one-year anniversary by opening the bottle then. Make sure the couple drinks alcohol before selecting this gift.
His and Hers Watches - Matching watches are popular because the couple will think of each other every time they check the time.
The Appropriate Time to Present the Engagement Gift
Most people will save the gift until the engagement party. If no celebration is planned, plan to spend time with the couple alone and give them their gift. For surprise engagements, no gift is expected.
Giving engagement gifts allows family members and friends to join in the celebration. Regardless of what is given, it is best to put some thought and consideration into the gift. This way the couple is more likely to appreciate the gesture.