Bed & Bath Linens – A Great Wedding Gift

Are you invited to an upcoming Wedding?  What kind of gift are you thinking about giving?   How about some Bed & Bath Linens?  Here are some quick ideas.

There are many choices for Bed & Bath Linens, where to start?  Look for quality first.  Good quality Bed & Bath Linens should last for many years to come.

Color – If this couple is just starting out, then select colors that are neutral like white, ivory, or linen.  These fit into most any decorating scheme, and easily transfer from place to place.  However, this is also a good choice even if they already own a home.

Now what to purchase?

Bath – select a total of 2 Bath, 2 Hand, 2 Wash and 1 Bath mat for matching towels.  This will outfit their bath for at least one change.  If your budget allows, you may want to add a matching rug for in front of the sink, to complete the look.  Robes also make for a very nice gift, and are available in many different price ranges

Bedroom – make sure to know what size of mattress they have. Then you can proceed to look at a sheet set or blanket for their bed.  A couple just starting out can’t have too many sheets and blankets, plus will be able to use them as their family grows.   As for decorative bed linens, use the couples’ Bridal Registry as guidelines of what they are looking for.

As for the rest of the house, you can choose blanket throws, decorative throw pillows, kitchen towels, placemats, and tablelinens for the happy couple, just stick with neutral colors.

Giving a gift of quality Bed & Bath Linens will last many years for the new couple.

Do you have additional ideas for Wedding Gifts?


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