Let’s hope your soon-to-be-married friends are nothing like this Bridezilla. *shudder* But weddings are a time of celebrating and joining in on the love, so there’s not better way to shower the bride with a couple of essentials at the bridal parties. At the bridal showers I’ve been to, there’s always some mix of pretty under-things, and home essentials for gifts which leaves a lot of room to give a really unique gift. Target Weddings came to me with their theme “Be Yourself, Together,” which explores two unique people joining together while still celebrating their individuality. Here are some thing from their Wedding Catalog I thought would make particularly beautiful gifts:
1) Threshold™ 16-Piece Round Dinnerware Set – Black and Cream or Corelle 16 Piece Dinnerware Set in Sketch ($59.99-$69.99 for 16-piece sets)
I feel like these may be my NY-city sensibilities, but I love the simple black and white designs of these two sets. Not overbearingly masculine or feminine, but grown up and elegant.
2) KitchenAid Choppers ($39.99 – $41.49)
Trust me, the more you cook, the more you’ll realize how essential this is. I love how this comes in a rainbow of colors. The hardest part will be choosing which one represents the couple most!
After the wedding comes…the honeymoon. Just another way to make sure they’re well-equipped!
Now for the fun part: Target is offering one BATF reader a $25 gift card! In order to win, check out their Wedding Catalog and leave a comment on which one is your favorite for a bridal shower and why! You’re automatically entered once you leave the comment and I’ll notify the winner next week by October 28th. If you don’t see your comment pop up right away, don’t worry — I’ll be approving the comments as they come in and it’ll appear shortly after! AND if you’re getting married, sign up for Target’s Wedding Registry…trust me, everything you need is on there :).
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