Parents of both the bride and groom tend to help out quite a bit when planning a wedding. They may spend their money and time to make the bride and groom's day special. Thank them for their generosity with a gift. There are many options available to choose from when picking out just the right thank you gift for the bride and groom's parents.
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To make a scrapbook for the bride and groom's parents, put pictures and other special wedding mementos into the inserts of a photo album. You can include keepsakes like the wedding announcement or a monogrammed napkin from the wedding. You can also include a special message in the front of the album.
Hand write them a letter. Let them know how much you appreciate what they did for the wedding and how much it means to you. Place the letter in a frame so they can hang it on the wall to display it. Remember to sign and date the letter.
Give the parents of the bride and groom an engraved vase. They can see their thank you gift daily and you can even send them flowers every now and then to fill their vase. When choosing a message for the vase, make sure it is meaningful to both you and the parents.
Have a plaque printed up in appreciation of the parents. Include a meaningful saying on the plaque as well as the date of the wedding and bride and groom's names. If possible, choose a plaque that is the same colour as the wedding's theme. For example, if the wedding was purple and gold, choose a gold plaque with purple lettering.
Thank You Lunch
Take the parents of the bride and groom to their favourite restaurant for lunch. While there, you can express your appreciation for everything they have done while sharing your favourite memories of the wedding. If you have any other gifts you'd like to give them, you can present them there.
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