Major department stores, speciality shops, travel agents and even DIY stores offer wedding gift list registries. Or you can set up a link with your preferred charity and ask guests to make a donation in lieu of gifts.
You may continue to update and alter the wedding gift list for a few months, but it should be complete before the wedding invitations are sent out. Your gift list should include a selection of diverse items at different price ranges to appeal to all guests and all budgets.
Screenworks Unit 218, 22 Highbury Grove N5 2ER, United Kingdom
Muru has been creating meaningful jewellery designs that are sentimental, affordable & effortlessly wearable since 2006. Based in Islington London, Muru has over 10 years of experience in unique and quality ‘demi-fine’ jewellery that is perfect..
One Fitzroy 6 Mortimer Street, London, England W1T 3JJ, United Kingdom
It's the perfect day to create deliciously scented memories for all who attend long after the bouquet is thrown. Fragrance is the ultimate bridal accessory, through Jo's collection of original and unique scents you can learn how to dress the venue.
21 Ashey Road Ryde , The Isle of White, England PO33 2UW, United Kingdom
Welcome to The Bridal Gift Box where you will find a truly inspirational selection of stylish keepsake gifts, including; bride & groom gifts, bridesmaids gifts, best man gifts, usher gifts, page boy gifts and parents' gifts.
Gift giving as beautiful as the wedding day itself - BLUE RIBBON is a bespoke luxury service for modern couples choosing beautiful gifts for their home. We bring you an exclusive selection of timeless classics and unique, hard-to-find gifts from ov
River House Studio,Axford, Marlborough, Wiltshire, England SN8 2HA, United Kingdom
Susie Watson has designed a delightful collection of kitchen china in beautiful shapes and subtle colours. With her recognised eye for design and colour she has created a fully coordinated range that can be
Peregrine House, 26-28 Paradise Road, Surrey, England TW9 1SE, United Kingdom
This unique story began in 1760. A pair of scented leather gloves was delivered to King George III by a new London tailoring company. Founded by James Henry Creed in the same year as the young King’s accession, the House of Creed has created fragranc