For The Love of Christmas Gift-Giving, Week Two is all about understanding that you may well be very busy with our Week One suggestions on creating beautiful items of knitwear as part of your 2020 gift-giving plans. Saying that you’re likely to have other gifts on your list and would like to invest the same care and warmth into choosing the perfect present. This is where custom and bespoke jewellery with a personal touch for friends and family can be a wonderful way of choosing gifts.
Personalised jewellery holds one of those perfect combinations in a gift. Bespoke for the intended, special thoughts and a wonderful message of care. Again creating the one-of-a-kind feel we believe makes a gift, more than a gift, more like an heirloom and a memory.
This is for those of you that are busy with Week One’s knitting gifts projects. Or, for those of who would prefer not to be the maker of something yourself but would really like to pass on a bespoke gift. What can be more bespoke and personalized than someone’s name?
I love letters (and names) across all types of gifting but for full name pieces, it might be good to order early to ensure timely delivery for the season☺
For the minimal look – these morse code bracelets have a simple elegance, and I imagine secret messages could be an option too.
More elegance in these delicate bar bracelets – which look very fine and refined with pretty rose cold option too.
These super subtle necklaces are also very elegant- with the low- key letter placement, making a quite private note for the wearer.
And a really nice touch, not a name but a message – your message in your handwriting!
Michelle Obama, made famous this refined piece during one of her speeches, so a message instead of a name can also work really well in a necklace.
And finally, if you are looking for something a little more masculine – I think the roman numeral necklaces would also work really well for the ‘he’ in your life you may be buying for.
For personalised jewellery gifting, we thought rings due to sizing questions may be a little more challenging to buy. Of course, if you do know the size, there are some beautiful options out there for hidden messages which can be a beautiful idea for someone special or even for a gift for you!
That rounds off Week 2 of ourFor The Love Of Christmas Gift-Giving guide. Next week we will explore more around the idea of gift-giving jewellery with a special focus on handcrafted gifts.
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