So, You Forgot To Buy A Wedding Present…

So, You Forgot To Buy A Wedding Present...
So, You Forgot To Buy A Wedding Present…

Unless you’re one of those super organised people that can’t do her weekly shop without a clipboard and Bluetooth enabled headset mic, you may find yourself in the position of being stuck to buy the perfect wedding gift.

“Let me get this straight. Not only do I have to get up early – ON A SATURDAY, I have to wear my posh suit, get my entire family in the same car, drive halfway across the country to meet people I wouldn’t want to spend time with even if they came to my house Angelina Jolie’s phone number…and I have to buy THEM a present?”

“They should be the ones buying ME a present!”

Fear not, because I’ve got your back.

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While other wedding guests are working their way through the happy couples wedding list, desperately searching for something cheap – but not TOO cheap (“Hello tea towel set…”), you can give them something better…

…not just a THING, but an experience…

And, unlike that “experience” you had in Prague on the stag weekend, this one won’t haunt you forever and require frequent visits to your GP…

Give the happy couple the gift of being able to relax after their ceremony and listen as their guests laugh and have a great time – at THEIR own wedding!

Yes, that’s right. I’m using a very thinly veiled social media post, suggesting you buy the bride and groom a wedding entertainer, as a sly and manipulative marketing tool.

Booking an entertainer for the happy couple – whether it be a caricaturist, harpist, juggler or a proper form of entertainment, such as a wedding magician, is a gift the wedding couple will remember forever…

…or until they hit the free bar after the meal.

The best part is that, if you can’t afford the extortionate fees entertainers charge on your own (some charge in excess of £38.75), you can club together with other wedding guests who are also regretting leaving the present buying until the only thing left on the wedding list is matching “his ‘n’ her” Lamborghini’s.