Two of the more popular gifts for anyone in your wedding party is a piece of jewelry or a watch, preferably if either or both are engraved and not what you would consider a cheap imitation.
Brides and grooms have plenty of their plates as the wedding planning quickly transforms into the day before the wedding itself, and that date is typically reserved for the rehearsal dinner. That last supper of sorts before the would be married couple says so long to their single lives and part of that breaking bread includes dishing out the gifts to the wedding party.
Even though the bride and groom have plenty on their plates, the gift giving part to your wedding party is crucial and essential as to not be overlooked in lieu of finding the flowers and centerpieces or pairing down your guest list from 200 to 150.
The real hurt feelings won't be the 50 people that were unceremoniously left off that guest list but rather your closest friends in your wedding party if your watch or jewelry as their wedding party gift truly fails to deliver.
One mistake that brides tend to make when they're giving jewelry or watches as a gift is to go the route of name brand knockoff given that your wedding budget may be stretched thin as it is. That's not to suggest that your maid or matron of honor and bridesmaids are expecting gifts with a price tag of a few hundred dollars but handing them a pseudo piece of jewelry that is, for all intent and purposes, fake isn't the best option, either.
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