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racheldavis Wed 10-Jul-13 11:13:03

I was looking for entertainment for my wedding next year and found this, 'Personalised Guess Who' game, me and my hubby to be are so excited! It would also work as a really unique gift that would be great at parties and family things forever!

ItLooksLikeRainDear Wed 21-Nov-12 23:06:39

Friends of ours had a characature picture done of DH & I for a wedding present & 15 yrs later it' still makes us smile.

Another option would be to go to one of those pottery shops where you can make your own cups, plates etc. Some of them do special wedding gifts that they will make for you eg a tea pot/ matching mugs or can provide kits for use on the day such as a photo frame or plate that guests can sign.

Repetitiverobot Wed 21-Nov-12 22:45:39

Forgot I'd name changed, I'm the op. grin

Repetitiverobot Wed 21-Nov-12 22:44:41

Wow!! Love those website...thanks for introducing me to them, my Xmas list has now grown. They're amazing!

eagleray Mon 19-Nov-12 22:23:57

Couple more websites for you (if they are into modern stuff!):

IWillOnlyEatBeans Mon 19-Nov-12 19:59:52

Have a look on

I have got some lovely wedding gifts from there. Most recently I got personalised heart maps - with the maps showing the location where the couple met and where they went on Honeymoon.

The tea set idea sounds lovely though and very thoughtful.

Kittycatcat Mon 19-Nov-12 10:39:06

Teaser sounds lovely. I think royal solution do a posh three piece, cup, saucer and tea plate. Sure I saw them on sale on the debenhams web site yesterday. My mil has one because she likes a proper china tea cup.

Otherwise a snow globe with a photo of them in?

mummybussy Mon 19-Nov-12 09:29:31

Hi. I'm off to one of my best friends weddings in December. She is very into Christmas and in looking for a unique gift for her and new dh.
Problem is I'm completely shopped out. My dd birthday is on 23/12 and ds on 24/12 and with Xmas I'm just so numb when it comes to thinking of a unique special gift!
I've been thinking of nice Christmas decorations they can get out year after year, but to be honest I think a few people may be doing this too.
They have been living together for ages, so nothing is really needed and no gift list supplied.
I'm now thinking, as she really loves a good cuppa about getting a nice teaset/ teapot? Is that lame?
I'm so stuck, wedding in a few weeks so am panicking a bit now!
Any suggestions welcome!

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