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Incredible Gifts For Those Special Moments In Life

Births, weddings, graduation: they’re all special occasions. But knowing what gifts to buy for the occasion can be supremely difficult. Here’s a list of great ideas to get you started.

Covered Nesting Bowls For Newly Weds

Newlyweds don’t often have all that much in the way of stuff. And there’s only so far they can get without their own crockery. The problem is that, like most newlyweds, they won’t have a lot of space. So what to get? One cool idea is to get them covered nesting bowls. These bowls are ideal for meals or taking dishes to dinner parties. And they also stack away neatly, in a small space.

Bath Soaps For New Mums

Giving birth and then learning all about the care of a new baby is a life-affirming experience, but it isn’t relaxing. But a long soak in the bath when mom has got a bit of spare time certainly is. Why not get the new mom in your life some bath soaps or essential oils to help her relax in the tub. Well, if she gets her five minute’s peace, that is.  


Cash For Graduates

It’s no secret that university education costs an arm and a leg these days. When most graduates emerge from their degree program, they’re tens of thousands in debt. Often they don’t want gifts; they just want cash. Unless there’s something they desperately need, slip them an envelope with a nice, chunky wad of cash inside.

Mr. And Mrs. Chopping Boards For Newly Weds

What’s your image of domestic bliss? Usually, it’s when both husband and wife do the chores together. One way to represent this physically is to gift a custom Mr and Mrs chopping board. You can pick up theme chopping boards from retailers, like Paper Themes. With this chopping board in hand, you can remind both parties that they can get involved in the cooking.


Kindle For New Mums

What better way is there to relax than to get absorbed in a fantastic book. That’s why the Kindle is the perfect accessory for any new mom. Kindles are strong, light and can store more books than she could ever possibly read.


Bike For Graduates

Graduates need some kind of way to get around once they leave university. Perhaps right now they can’t afford a car. But they want to study masters or a Ph.D. next year. How are they going to get around without their own transport? On a bike, of course. Bikes are the reliable, go-to mode of transport for making those last minute errands and grabbing takeaways.


Casserole Dish For Newly Weds

When it comes to food, it’s easy for newlyweds to fall quickly into bad habits. Many couples often end up cooking only once or twice a week. Most of the time it’s because they feel like they don’t have enough time. A great solution to this problem is to get them a casserole dish. These really are the workhorse of the kitchen and an excellent way to throw together a simple meal in no time.




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