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Wedding gift wording for 'giver away-er'

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clarasebal Wed 18-Sep-13 19:25:03

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AhoyMcCoy Wed 07-Aug-13 23:38:04

I got an engraved money clip for less than £10 in 3 days for mine from EBay- always worth a try, I definitely remember seeing hip flasks on there!

DryCounty79 Wed 07-Aug-13 17:37:18

If so, this is the only website I could think of immediately. Possibly not the best, but they do the engraving and it's quite quick.

DryCounty79 Wed 07-Aug-13 17:35:25

Are you in the UK? Not sure if your name is referring to the country or the food!

FedupofTurkey Wed 07-Aug-13 14:56:59

Now i've just got to find the gift! Anyone know where i can get a nice hip flask with a quick delivery!

FedupofTurkey Wed 07-Aug-13 14:55:36

Thanks - i think I'll just put 'Thank you and the date' smile

AhoyMcCoy Wed 07-Aug-13 14:05:50

I had "To remember the day you gave me away".

DryCounty79 Wed 07-Aug-13 14:03:07

Could you just have exactly that engraved then? 'Thank you for being the one who gave me away', or a variation thereof?

I tend to waffle, so I would personally just put 'thank you so much' and the date, else the whole thing would be covered in the message! But obviously, that's just me smile

FedupofTurkey Wed 07-Aug-13 13:38:01

Just a thank you for giving me away

DryCounty79 Wed 07-Aug-13 13:10:09

What is it that you'd like to convey?

FedupofTurkey Wed 07-Aug-13 08:13:47


FedupofTurkey Tue 06-Aug-13 21:05:51

Struggling what to engrave on the gift for the family member giving me away. Any suggestions other than 'thank you' and the date?

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