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Our personalized glassware are perfect for weddings, bachelor parties, anniversaries and much much more! Additionally, gives clients V.I.P treatment and opportunity to cherish and create a personalized keep sake item for themselves and attendees. For wedding planners,the opportunity to offer visiting guest a personalized wedding favor and create referral base for you! Whether you provide services locally or out of state this is a hot item many brides would love to have! If you are a employer or club owner, not only is this a great marketing and promotional tool for your hard work and patience, but most importantly a memory to last a lifetime.

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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Six Worst Wedding Gifts

By Nancy Redd

Wedding season is fast approaching, and along with the celebrating comes the tricky task of finding the right wedding gift. What to buy the happy couple and where to get it? To find out what gifts will and simply will not do when someone you know gets ready to say "I Do," check out the ten nuptial no-nos below.

Gift Gripe: The bride and groom live 2500 miles away, and Aunt Sheryl refuses to ship her gift of six expensive champagne flutes. A thoughtful gift, yet impractical to travel with cross country.

Great Gift: Shipping your present directly from the store to the newlyweds before the event is an ideal way to handle a long-distance couple. But if you can t bear the idea of showing up empty-handed, then make a splash minus the crystal crash. Choose a gift that is easy to transport, such as an Egyptian Cotton Towel Set.

Gift Gripe: Cousin Jim actually had the nerve to re-gift that ugly set of dishes he received a few months ago. Did he think no one would notice?

Great Gift: Don't let the pressure on your wallet lead you to re-gift (especially when you travel in the same circles). Instead, opt for a low-cost yet lovely present, such as a
Stainless Steel Bar Set.

Gift Gripe: Faced with a high-priced registry, Paul decided to ignore it in favor of purchasing a monogrammed serving tray. A neat idea, but risky. It might not match the couple's taste or decor, rendering it useless since it's non-returnable.

Great Gift: If the happy couple's registry prices seem too high, give them a gift card to the store where they registered for a more appropriate amount. A few pluses to this approach: gift cards are tax free, come in tons of cool designs, and the couple can choose what they want from a store they obviously like. Many companies let you order them online with free shipping.

Gift Gripe: Mary really overstepped her bounds when she gifted the conservative couple with matching his and hers thong underwear. While perhaps cute as a shower present, penning a thank you note that reads "thank you for the lovely panties" is not the bride's idea of suitable.

Great Gift: His and hers gifts don't have to be risqu to get noticed. If you're determined to give a duo gift, think about these personalized terry robes.

Gift Gripe: Cousin Barb totally knew that as a second marriage, neither the bride nor groom needed any household products. She decided to give the couple pots and pans anyway.

Great Gift: The desire to give a useful, everyday gift is a hard one to ignore, but useful doesn't have to mean routine. Instead, gift something unique and practical, like a Conair Fabric Press. It makes clothes look dry-cleaned with a single press.

Gift Gripe: A boring, old-school toaster. 'Nuff said.

Great Gift: Toasters don't have to be a gift gripe. Believe it or not, there are some pretty fabulous toasters that would make any couple smile, such as a polka-dotted rainbow one. Every newlywed needs a way to toast her bread, so you might as well make it fun.

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