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Membership or Subscriptions on your wedding gift list


Here at e-weddinglist.co.uk, we are always looking out for ideas to pass on to soon to be married couples for their wedding gift lists. Our aim is to make this task as pain free as possible, doing the thinking for you, so all you have to do is decide which ideas to feature in your wedding gift list!

Again we are considering couples who may already have set up home, and so not needing household items, but have guests asking them for wedding gift ideas. Memberships or subscriptions are another solution wedding gift list ideas.

Wine lovers could ask for a membership to a wine club as part of their wedding gift list (an excellent accompaniment to the wine glasses you may have asked for). Wine clubs offer a wide variety of packages, from two bottle packages up to a case. Some plans send a case on a quarterly basis, so you receive wine throughout the year. Just think you could then invite your friends or family round for a meal and enjoy the wine together! http://www.sundaytimeswineclub.co.uk is an example of one of many clubs available.

Do you prefer to drink beer – how about a membership to CAMRA , http://www.camra.org.uk. This works the same as a wine club, where you can purchase bottles to be delivered to your door, ideal if you prefer hops to grapes!! Don’t forget to include beer glasses on your wedding gift list too!

Alternatively do you have a particular hobby or interest? You could consider a membership to the National Trust or English Heritage perhaps.

For couples who may be planning a new garden, how about a membership to Royal Horticultural Society http://www.rhs.org.uk/membership. This offers a monthly magazine and entry to RHS gardens. This would be a good way to get idea s for your garden that you are planning.

Magazine Subscriptions. Do you have a major project to tackle after the wedding – is there a particular magazine that has ideas and tips that are helpful to you? Why not ask for a subscription on your wedding gift list.

With all the ideas above, make sure that you detail which subscription or membership you would like and why, when listing them. Include a link for your guests to click straight onto and of course a guide to how much it will cost.

I hope you find these ideas helpful. Again if you choose to us e-weddinglist.co.uk as your wedding gift list, you have the flexibility to list memberships and subscriptions alongside household items or requests for donations to a major project. Make the http://www.e-weddinglist.co.uk work for you!

Libby

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