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The Do’s and Don’ts

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Oh oh oh. Looks like someone is flush with that newly engaged feeling. Excitement. Love. And a long to-do list. Here are the do’s and don’ts for your wedding gift list – an easy to-do once you have said the ‘I do’.

Do: Organise an online wedding gift registry

Sometimes you think that you have a long enough to-do list with the invitations, venue, dress, in-laws and so on. But this is one thing that you will regret if you don’t get onto it. Just think about the multiple toasters, ugly plates and naff ornaments that you are likely to receive. Enough said.

Don’t: Be afraid to add the latest products

You need the classics as well as the convenient. Add a touch of exquisite silverware such as the stunning Christofle cutlery or classic Ercuis wine decanter along with the practical such as a funky Kitchenaid Mixer, Kenwood Power Juicer, Riedel wine glasses, Sheridan bath towels and Ploh Egyptian cotton sheets.

Do: Think outside the square

So your linen cupboard is already overflowing? Add some creative gifts to your wedding list – like cooking classes, designer gadgets or even tranquillity candles. If you are looking for the ultimate feel-good present, why not add a local charity to your gift registry.

Don’t: Shy away

You never know what your guests may like to spend, so make sure you have a full range of products, with a wide pricing range from $1000+ to $10. You may be pleasantly surprised with their generosity – it is for you – after all!

Do: Check out Double Happiness Gift Registry

The one website where you can find all these gifts and more is Double Happiness gift registry. With over 70 brands to choose from, their site is packed with gift ideas. And if you can’t find what you are looking for – just ask them to add the products onto the site.

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chris edwards

, Founder, set up Honeycombers out of a desire to connect expats with the abundant and fab local culture here in Singapore – she’s still at it, now with a local audience too, and loves writing about travel and food most of all.