Marriage Gifts for a Sister

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Marriage Gifts for a Sister
You can celebrate your sister's wedding with a thoughtful gift. (wedding image by Mat Hayward from

You know how special and important your sister's wedding day will be to her. Celebrate her union with her sweetheart by giving her a meaningful gift that she can cherish. When selecting a wedding gift, it is important to choose one that not only honours her marriage, but also honours the bond that you both share.

Sister Necklace

Give your sister a necklace that symbolises the bond that you share with her. You can find different types of necklaces at a jewellery store that can feature figures meant to represent the two of you, a set of both birthstones, or a two halves of a heart that each of you can keep. Giving a sister necklace can demonstrate that you know your bond can never be broken, and that you support her in her marriage.

Spa Gift Token

Planning a wedding is an enormous endeavour, and can be exhausting. After your sister has got married, give her a gift token to a day spa, which she can use to relax away all of the stresses of the wedding preparations. At the day spa, your sister can receive massages, facial treatments and manicures that will make her feel pampered.

Video Phone

If your newly married sister will be living far away from you, give her a video phone so that you can both still see each other on a daily basis. Once the video phone is connected to both of your computers, you will be able to see her face as you talk to her, making it seem as though she is in the same room with you. This can show your sister that you want to keep your meaningful bond even after she has been married.

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