Need help with wedding gift idea?

Need help with wedding gift idea? Topic: Suitcase set decor
July 16, 2019 / By Geena
Question: A friend of mine is getting married on the 30th. She lives in bermuda and the wedding is in canada (where we live). I don't know what to get them as a gift. I don't want to give money, and a gift card is out of the question since I don't know what stores are in bermuda. They aren't registered anywhere, and the gift obviously has to be small in size so they can pack it in their suitcase. Any ideas? Please keep in mind we are on a budget and it is not a "fancy" wedding.
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Decima Decima | 4 days ago
It's actually more tactful to send the gift to their home, rather than taking it to the wedding. This helps with transport and thievery issues. Keep in mind that some people may want money. I have heard of people that don't register in hopes of getting gift cards and money. It would be easy to research what stores are in Bermuda. If you're set on a gift, I would recommend getting them something useful that maybe someone hasn't thought of, or something that you can never have too much of. Think of the couple: are they sort of stylish? Then maybe they'd prefer home decor items over something more practical, like a nice set of knives or something like that.
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Decima Originally Answered: Is it possible to have the gift of discernment and not use it?
When the Bible talks about discernment — when it talks about assessing spiritual things — it's talking about a rational assessment based on objective criterion. You can't be "too much in your head" when it comes to spiritual discernment. Using your head is spiritual discernment, if you're using the truth properly.3 Spiritual discernment is a pursuit that must always engage the mind. We discern truth from error and right from wrong by using our minds to search Scripture, to recall Scripture, and to compare everything to Scripture. Without the Bible and its objective truths there can be no discernment. Scripture repeatedly shows this correlation between discernment and knowledge, between discernment and a mind that is saturated with and shaped by the Bible. In Psalm 119:66 the psalmist writes, "Teach me good judgment and knowledge, for I believe in your commandments." The words translated "good judgment" could as easily be translated "discernment" and, indeed, are rendered that way in certain translations.4 Philippians 1:9 says similarly, "And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment." And again in Proverbs 16:21 we read, "The wise of heart is called discerning," and in Proverbs 15:14, "The heart of him who has understanding [the discerning person] seeks knowledge, but the mouths of fools feed on folly." The evidence continues to mount in Proverbs 18:15 where we read, "The discerning person acquires knowledge" (NET), and Proverbs 19:25, which says, "Strike a scoffer, and the simple will learn prudence; reprove a man of understanding [a discerning man], and he will gain knowledge." The testimony of Scripture is plain: While spiritual discernment is a practice that is absolutely dependent upon the work of the Holy Spirit, God has so ordained that it is also a discipline that relies on the mind. The Purpose The purpose of discernment is to further the chief end of man, the foremost reason we exist, which, to borrow the words of the Westminster Shorter Catechism, is "to glorify God and to enjoy him forever."5 By being people of discernment, we bring glory to God and learn to enjoy him ever and ever more. Conversely, if we refuse to exercise discernment and are swayed by every wind of doctrine, we deny him the glory that is rightly his and do not learn to enjoy him more. The End We will not always need to exercise discernment. Discernment is a discipline necessary only in a world in which we are faced with sin and temptation. When God created Adam and Eve, he made them sinless and yet with the ability to choose between good and evil. Tragically, they displayed poor discernment, falling for the wiles of the Devil and bringing sin into the world. We live now between the beginning and the end, and, though it is now impossible for us to go through life without sinning, we make decisions moment-by-moment and day-by-day in which we use discernment to attempt to separate what is right from what is wrong and what is true from what is false so that we can bring glory and honor to God. But when Jesus Christ returns and this world passes away, the need for discernment will also pass away. In heaven we will no longer be able to sin. There will be no error, no wrong for us to fall prey to. We will no longer need to be discerning and will no longer have to test and try what we do and what we believe. Discernment is a process that prepares us for heaven and enables us to eagerly await the end of discernment. Thus we see that discernment begins and ends with God. God provides the ability to know Him and to make decisions that please Him so that we may serve him and bring glory to His name. Biblical discernment is always, ever, and innately a spiritual task. To think biblically about life, we must be willing and able to make clear distinctions between God's ways and all other ways. We must be willing to think deeply about issues and to dedicate time and effort to learning what is right and what is wrong. We must also be willing to grow in our knowledge of God and of the Bible, for this is where we will learn of God's ways.

Brittany Brittany
Make up a crossword puzzle and have all the hints be personal inside moments and jokes that only you two would know about. Put it on a poster board and add some clipart and some pictures to it! The crossword puzzle could be time consuming and a bit frustrating . you could do the same idea with a WORDSEARCH or WORDFIND puzzle. It can be as inexpensive as some quick snacks and frozen dinners from the grocery store, or as elaborate as a week of homemade meals. Point is: they’re not coming home to the dreaded empty fridge.
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Alisha Alisha
I always love the idea of picture frames. You can never go wrong with them. Especially with all the photo's they'll have from the wedding. Khols has a lot of really pretty frames and great deals. Even Target has beautiful frames. You could even get a nice engraved one from Things Remembered. I hope I get pretty frames for my wedding lol. You could also get them online certificates like to Amazon.com. Or a general gift card like a Visa/Master gift card, those should be accepted where they live. Good luck and enjoy the wedding :)
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Uni Uni
Create a custom necklace with wedding date and a pearl or crystal for their wedding month. This is just a suggestion (maybe customize a necklace with just the top two layers?) http://www.etsy.com/listing/66314782/beautiful-timeless-personalized Any of the necklaces can be customized with inititals, names, last name, date or any quote. It's unique, personal and something they can cherish for years. I may be a bit bias though because it's my shop. lol. ;) www.imprintedpossessions.etsy.com
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Ritchie Ritchie
Bring them something cute, newly marry couple clay, I guess this would be a lovely wedding gift. Besides, make a video of all of her friend saying some cute and wishing words to their wedding. They would be touched.
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In today's time of "lack of appreciation", I love the way you think. You want to reward someone for taking extra good care of you, and keeping your best interests in mind. Sadly it's a rare thing, and I commend you for wanting to reward him for it. As far was when to give a gift, anytime is good. Oddly, I find later is better. Wait a week or so. When it's after the closing, it stands out as an event by itself and doesn't get mixed in with the commission check. I would ask him if he has a website and if he would like you to write a great personal referral letter for his site, or even do a video interview. I would recommend a value of $50, or enough for 2 people to have a nice meal at a steak house. Thank you for being such considerate people. Please have children and teach them to act towards others the way you both do. Good luck in everything in your future.

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