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Awww, LOVE! Wedding Gift Ideas


It's just about June, that magical month when so many couples in love walk down the aisle together. It's easy to watch two people so in love. Trying to be unique with the wedding gift, however, is not always an easy task.


A lot of times the most appreciated gift is money but that envelope can be kind of boring. This wedding keychain is the perfect way to jazz up your thoughtful gift!! The envelope all tied up with a big fancy ribbon and embellished with a keychain is a fun idea.  Another really fun wedding gift is a Honeymoon Basket.  Assemble snacks, drinks, small games, lip balm, etc. and tie it all up in a cute basket with a big bow.  Again, adding a fun keychain with a photo of the couple or a his and hers keychains set will really set it apart.

The cute wedding keychain pictured was sent to us for review.  I immediately thought of my newlywed son and daughter-in-law.  They're so in love and this keychain is perfect for them.  It's a very dainty representation of two hearts becoming one and a lovely keepsake.

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