It’s still wedding season (is it ever not?), which means that if you’re between the ages of 25 and 35, you probably know someone who is getting hitched.
Once the ‘save the dates’ go out, it’s game on to get to the wedding registry as fast as possible before all of the good (cheaper) gifts are gone.
Because, you know, “your presence is present enough, but if you want to get us a gift…”
While sticking to the registry is generally a good idea, the gifts can feel a little impersonal. If you know the couple really well, you might want to get them something that shows you know what’s going to bring a smile to their faces when the wedding day comes and goes.
The good news is we have an idea of what the bride and groom, bride and bride, or groom and groom are going to love.
Why? Because it’s thoughtful and gives them a way to spend some time together learning new skills. Moreover, everybody loves free food.
Get them Daily Dish for a week, and take away some the hassle associated with the post-wedding blues. Let’s break it down…
There are two key weeks in a couple’s life following their wedding. The first is the week after the wedding before they head off on their honeymoon, when they’re processing everything, finalising travel plans, and getting used to the idea of being hitched.
The second crucial week is the one that follows the honeymoon. The wedding is over, the honeymoon is over, and it’s back to real life, which can be a bit jarring.
At some point, they have to send out all the thank you’s as well, which always hangs over their heads.
The last thing any couple wants to think about during either week is dinner, which is where your gift saves the day.
Daily Dish allows you to select from five different, lovingly curated menu options. They then deliver perfectly portioned ingredients from trusted, quality suppliers along with step-by-step recipe cards right to the couple’s door.
You can also choose from three or four-day meal options, depending on the newlyweds’ schedule.
The packaging is recyclable and the contents of the box are locally sourced, free-range, hormone and chemical free, and above all else delicious and healthy.
To sweeten the deal, you get up to R250 off your first Dinner box, so that’s a great gift at a discount.
The newlyweds get to cook together and bond over learning to make new dishes, keeping the wedding romance alive a little longer.
And you get all the props for being the best wedding guest ever.
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