Wedding season is here. You love the fact that all your friends are tying the knot this year, but you are struggling at trying to find the best gifts for them that you can buy with your Christmas gift cards.
You might want to consider buying housewares as your gift to the wedding couple. Housewares has always been the top wedding presents for newlyweds since time began, or thereabouts. Here are the 4 top reasons why you should consider getting housewares for your favorite wedding couples that will make them remember to send out the Thank You cards.
1: Housewares won’t break the budget.
When you are invited to 4 different weddings in a few short months, gift expenses can start to eat into your budget. There are enough varieties to housewares where you can get the perfect item for the couple and it won’t put you into debt. In addition, it is the go-to gift when you are invited to a wedding but don’t know the bridal couple personally.
2: Housewares can include items for the whole house, not just gifts for the kitchen and the bath.
It’s true that wedding couples will get several of the same gifts such as dishes, glass sets, bathroom towels and crock pots. Yet another great thing about housewares is that you can get items for other rooms of the house. Engraved picture frames, vacuum cleaners and even outdoor fire pits are just a few items on the list that you can give as wedding presents.
3. Housewares can be personalized.
The wedding couple gets a stainless steel bar set from you and a second almost-identical set from your uncle Phil. Which one are they going to keep? The set you bought because it is personalized. Housewares can be easily personalized with their names, a small heartfelt message or a simple “his and hers” on the surface.
4. There will always be a few housewares on the gift registry list.
When you are out of ideas, you will almost always find a few housewares mentioned on the gift registry list. Also, you know that these are the items that the wedding couple desperately wants as they are sure to love the item you buy for them.