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    traditional british wedding gift?
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    • 24th Jul 08, 11:28 PM
    traditional british wedding gift? 24th Jul 08 at 11:28 PM
    i want to get a gift for someone from the states who is getting married next month. i'm going to have to post it to them so i don't want it to be too heavy. i'd like to send something traditionally british, but after thinking about it, i don't know what will fit the bill!! i was thinking of a quaich, but that's pretty heavy to post and may cost the same again in stamps!

    i'm looking in the region of £30/£40 including postage and wondered if anyone on here had some suggestions?!
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    • SugarSpun
    • By SugarSpun 25th Jul 08, 8:20 AM
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    • 25th Jul 08, 8:20 AM
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    • 25th Jul 08, 8:20 AM
    Send them a tea set for two and some nice tea and biscuits.

    If you pad the box with part-blown up balloons it saves on shipping because it's only air - weighs nothing!
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