A Gravy Boat Warmer Makes a Great Housewarming Gift

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I have a couple of housewarming parties to go to this coming Spring (it must be the season to be moving!). I started looking around for great gifts to give for these happy families that are starting their journey into a new home. I didn’t want to procrastinate and wanted to get these ordered!

I found this gravy boat that comes with a warmer. This is a fantastic product idea because it is something that is useful! Have you ever had gravy out on the table? It doesn’t stay warm that long! Plus, if you’re making a nice meal with turkey, potatoes, stuffing, and the whole works, it’s almost a requirement to have seconds! You want the gravy to stay nice and warm for a long time.

This would also make a great gift for a wedding or bridal shower. You could also pick one up for yourself, I plan on it!

Beautiful Junior Plus Size Dresses

I was looking for a great gift to give my friend who is getting married. Her bridal shower is this coming weekend. I know a lot of people are giving her things for her bridal shower that the couple registered for, but I am looking to do a little something different. I already bought the couple something from their registry that I will be bringing to the wedding as a gift for the couple. I decided that I want to get her something that is just for her.

Her bachelorette party is coming up in a few weeks. I want to get her a dress to wear out with all of our friends to celebrate her last few weeks being “single”. I found a perfect selection of junior plus size dresses and found one that will look great on her. I am ordering it today so it arrives in time for her to wear to her party!

Wine Bottle Guest Book

I came across a great idea for unique guestbook at a wedding. I love this idea because it is different than the regular signing of the book. This is just my opinion, but what do you do with the guestbook when the event is over? You probably look it over and read it once and then it goes in the storage room or collects dust on a shelf somewhere. This idea involves getting 5 wine bottles and a sharpie marker (silver or gold metallic works best on dark bottles, black works best on light bottles).  Each of the bottles is designated to be opened on the following anniversaries of the couple: one year, five years, ten years, fifteen years, and twenty years. The sharpies and bottles can be set out at the entrance of the wedding ceremony as well as the reception. Guests can pick one bottle to sign and include a message for the couple.

This can be a gift given to the bride at her shower (the wine bottles and the markers) and the couple can use it for their “guestbook.” You can also find places that make custom wine labels and make it personalized to the couple!