Silver gifts can be simple, elegant and can stand the test of time. If you're unsure of what to get a newborn baby, get her a silver gift. These gifts can be useful or purely for decoration and can be easily engraved. The gift can be a way to document and celebrate the newborn's birth.
Get a newborn baby girl a silver locket with a silver chain. Have it engraved with the baby's initials and if you can, place photos of the parents in the locket. She can get new silver chains to fit her as she gets older so she's able to wear it throughout life. Get a silver charm bracelet for the newborn baby girl. Attach one charm on the bracelet to signify her birth. She can add onto the bracelet with charms as she gets older. You can also have the bracelet engraved with her name or initials.
Purchase a silver baby rattle for a newborn baby boy or girl. While a newborn won't use the silver baby rattle, it can be something to mark the day of the baby's birth. The item is small enough for the baby to take with him through life. She can display it for her children and grandchildren to see. The baby rattle can also be engraved with the baby's birth date, name or initials. Because a rattle is larger than jewellery options, you can even have a quote or saying engraved on it.
One of the more traditional newborn silver gifts is the baby spoon. This can also be given to a boy or girl newborn. Like with the baby rattle, a silver spoon is more for decorative purposes. It can be engraved as well with initials of the baby or even the birth date. It's also a small enough item and won't take up too much space so the child can take it with them throughout life.
Get a newborn baby a silver piggy bank because this gift can be used throughout the child's life. Like with other silver items, this one can also be engraved with the child's name, birth date and even a quote or saying. As the child grows, he will be able to put money into the bank.
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