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Wedding Gift List Wording Examples – How To Ask {Graciously} For Wedding Presents

So you’ve curated your perfect wedding gift list. You’ve got several price brackets covered. Upgrades on some of your everyday items. Some statement pieces for your home, as well as a couple of incredible experiences to help ward off those post-wedding blues. But how on earth do you ask for wedding gifts without sounding like a demanding bridezilla?! Asking for presents is innately difficult to do. How do you find the right wedding gift list wording for your invites?

Never fear,The Wedding Shop know a thing or two about asking for gifts graciously. As the UK’s longest established gift list company, they’ve been helping couples to curate and manage their gift lists for almost 30 years, so they know exactly how to ask for what you want, in a polite and helpful manner…

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The Wedding Shop’s Top 7 Gifting Trends For 2018

For anyone new to RMW, allow me to introduce The Wedding Shop, our wedding gift list partners. If you’re new to the wedding world, then you’ll soon realise that there are a lot of decisions to be made – what to do about a Gift List will be one of them. We’d thoroughly recommend having a list, as we can guarantee your guests will love a hassle free way to buy you a present that they know you will love. The Wedding Shop make sure the whole process is completely stress-free for both you and your guests.

Today, we’re discussing trends for 2018. From the things you’ll want in your home, to out of this world experiences, The Wedding Shop team always know what’s coming next in the world of interiors and gifting. Plus there are some very exciting new options available for you to add to your list that go WAY beyond a kettle or a toaster…intrigued? Read on lovely ones!

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Why Do We Need A Wedding Gift List?

If you’re asking yourself this question, then worry not, it’s a decision that most couples face at the beginning of their wedding planning journey. Perhaps having a gift list feels outdated to you, perhaps you think that the presence of your guests is enough. But I promise you, as you get closer to the big day itself, you’ll be wishing you had one. And today we’ve enlisted the help of The Wedding Shop, the UK’s leading wedding gift list provider to tell you why…

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Displaying Florals At Home With The Wedding Shop

Having flowers in your home is such a lovely way to bring colour and freshness indoors, but I never seem to have a vase that’s the right size or shape for the job. All too often I rely on a highly unstylish pint glass or a jar jam. Yes it does the job, but it doesn’t look very pretty and fresh blooms deserve better. That’s why putting your wedding gift list together is the perfect opportunity to start a vase collection. That way, the next time a glorious bunch of blooms is delivered you’ll be prepared.

There are so many different vessels in which to display your flowers, but luckily for us, The Wedding Shop’s curated selection makes choosing a breeze. Or not, as you’ll probably want them all…

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The Wedding Shop Opens In Scotland

If you’re based in Scotland or the North of England it can sometimes feel as if ALL the wedding things happen in London and the South East – we know, we often feel the same. We’re based in the Midlands and so it’s always been very important to us that we share ideas and inspiration from all over the country, Europe and the world!

Today we’re really excited to announce that The Wedding Shop are opening their first dedicated showroom in Edinburgh. If you’re thinking about having a Gift List then The Wedding Shop should be your first and last port of call. They allow you to add experiences, cash and charity donations to your list and they really know their stuff when it comes to setting up a home together. Don’t underestimate the value of having a dedicated advisor to talk to about these things – putting together a wedding gift list is a once in a life time opportunity and friends and family really do want to spoil you. There’s an art to putting together a list that keeps both you and your guests happy. Plus there’s a lot to be said for seeing products in the flesh before you add them to your wish list.

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Why Having A Wedding Gift List Is A Good Idea…

When it comes to choosing whether or not to have a Wedding List, one of the first thing people worry about is asking guests for presents. It feels like it goes against our code of Britishness. But we’re here to tell you that on your wedding day, it’s totally allowed. In fact, guests prefer to know what you’d like. People love to buy gifts for the newlyweds – to help you set up your home together, help you with projects like decorating your bathroom, or contributing to your honeymoon fund. Here’s some interesting stats from our exclusive Gift List partner, The Wedding Shop, to help put your mind at ease over choosing your wedding list…

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Snuggling Up For Winter

On our sister lifestyle blog, Rock My Style we recently climbed aboard the hygge bandwagon. If you’re not familiar with the Danish term, it’s essentially creating cosy and conversational spaces to savour everyday moments and enjoy life with your nearest and dearest. Sounds like a flipping lovely idea to me.

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Where To Start With Your Wedding Gift List

When it comes to creating a wedding list, it can be very overwhelming deciding what to add and you can easily get carried away. Today we’ve rounded up our top tips along with our gift list partner, The Wedding Shop, to help you create a list that will be really useful and personal to you and your partner.

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Outdoor Entertaining With The Wedding Shop

As a little girl, I always thought that throwing a dinner party for friends was the epitome of sophistication. I had dreams of presenting guests with a meal cooked entirely from scratch, served in beautiful tableware on the crispest of linen, with flowers picked from the garden scattered along the table in unusual and rustic jugs I’d collected over the years. Now that I’m a fully fledged grown up, I realise that life sometimes gets in the way of such domestic bliss.

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