Wedding Hamper Ideas

Hi guys,

Not sure if this belongs on this board or the wedding one :confused:

My friend is getting married in three weeks and I want to put a hamper in her room for them to find when they go to bed.

However, I'm a bit stuck for ideas of what to put in!

So far, I thought of a guidebook for their honeymoon destination, some chocolates, half a bottle of champagne....and now I'm stuck!

I did wonder about posh toiletries (maybe Molton Brown) but...
1) I don't want to spend loads as I will also be getting them a present off their gift list (want to spend £10-£15 max on the whole hamper and I doubt I can get Molton Brown toiletries that cheap).
2) They're spending their first night in the hotel that they're getting married in, so will have posh toiletries in their room (though I guess they can save them for when they get back from honeymoon.

Just while I've been typing this, I did just think I could perhaps also find a couple of cheap-but-nice champagne flutes to put in (if I find a set of 4, I can split them and do another hamper for another friend that's getting married!).

Not sure what else I can put in though.

Any ideas?

xxx

Comments

  • what a lovely friend you are!

    Maybe a nice photo frame/album - not sure if someone already planned a book for the guests to write in at the reception - we really loved reading ours the next day

    Or one of those silver tubes to keep the wedding certificate in and some nice choccies and bubbly
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  • Roz_V
    Roz_V Posts: 1,152 Forumite
    Have a look here

    More ideas for cheap hamper content ideas on the Gift Basket & Hamper Index stickied at the top of the first page :)
  • www.24studio.co.uk does some lovely wedding certificate holders. Postage is £4.95 but i have a code 061 for £10 off (doesnt state minimum spend) Also wilkinsons had 75% off loads of their guidebooks the other day. They had lots of different countries/cities :)
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  • I did this for my friends wedding night. I bought mini bottle of champagne a couple of cheap champagne glasses (plastic ones fron Tesco) I went to Ann Summers and bought things like body paint, condoms edible undies and other saucy stuff. I put in the cd single of their first dance, belgium chocs, massage oil, rose petals, candles, headache tablets (for the morning after) do not disturb sign for the door. I think that was about it...they absolutly loved it!
  • ikkleosu
    ikkleosu Posts: 546 Forumite
    A great thing to do is take photos at the early part of the day (the ceremony) then either yourself - or get a frined/family memeber - to dash off and get the photos developed in an hou. They'll be ready to look at my the time you have the meal! Shove them in a small photo album and leave that in the hamper.

    It'll be some time before they'll see the official photos or the family ones, and it's so nice for them to be ablke to look at the day so soon afetrwards.
  • nic82
    nic82 Posts: 420 Forumite
    Hi all,

    Thank you for all your ideas, they're all great and will definitely fill the hamper up!

    Thank you again
    x
  • ag19lfc
    ag19lfc Posts: 116 Forumite
    First Post First Anniversary Combo Breaker
    Getting married next month and struggling for ideas what to get my future wife as a wedding gift. I thought a hamper full of little things would be nice. Ideas for contents so far include The Wedding Day Yankee Candle, some things from Lush...

    Any other ideas?

    Thanks
  • Giddynmg
    Giddynmg Posts: 116 Forumite
    First Post First Anniversary Combo Breaker
    In one I did I bought little wooden initials of their names and tied them together.
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