Something Blue – 17 Wedding gift ideas

“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue,and a silver sixpence in her shoe.”
The tradition for the bride to add these 4 objects to her wedding attire or carries them with her on her Wedding day comes from this Old English rhyme. Something old represents continuity; something new offers optimism for the future; something borrowed symbolizes borrowed happiness; something blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity; and a sixpence in your shoe is a wish for good fortune and prosperity.

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Wedding gift of the week: Bitossi oil and vinegar bottles in Galeries Lafayette The Dubai Mall

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Add an international touch to bride and groom’s kitchen with these oil and vinegar’s bottles from Bitossi Home available at Galeries Lafayette The Dubai Mall

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Our online Wedding registry will allow your guests to purchase you Wedding gifts from the comfort of their house. Register here for FREE.

Wedding gift of the week: Samsung TV 32EH6030

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Samsung TV 32EH6030 by Ashraf Electronics

More vibrant colours for better images: we have selected this Samsung Television that can be delivered straight to your door by Ashraf Electronics.

Registering for big-ticket gifts such as electronic items is now possible with MyList.ae (while respecting the wedding etiquette!) as we allow your guests to contribute whatever amount they’d like towards the gift.

Celebrate Paris and France in the UAE for Bastille Day

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Bastille Day is the name given to the French National Day celebrated on 14 July each year.

Many large-scale public events are held, including a military parade in Paris, as well as communal meals, dances, parties and fireworks. As Bastille Day is a public holiday in France, it is usually an event where family and friends meet and celebrate!

Discover our French gifts selection.

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