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When you get a 5x7 save the date card in the mail, it can sometimes seem too early to shop for a wedding gift. However, you can get a few great ideas for a wedding gift just by looking at the announcement card itself. There are often little hints, intentional and accidental, that can provide some gifting inspiration. Here is a look at how to crack the wedding gift code.
By the time a save the date card goes out, other important decisions about the wedding have typically been made. Color scheme is one of those decisions and you may be able to tell what it is based on the card you received. A red and gold, or blue and silver save the date card may suggest that the wedding will use those colors and that gifts of the same type will be well received.
Save the date and wedding announcement photos are rarely chosen on a sudden whim and usually have some personal importance to the couple getting married. For example, a photo taken at a park, ranch or farm would mean the pair appreciate nature and a pretty potted plant for their new home would be a nice gift idea. You can also look for anything honoring an alma mater and use that as gift inspiration.
A 4x6 or 5x7 save the date card can help you determine what sort of gift you would like to buy for your friend before even seeing the registry. This extra information makes gift shopping later much easier, or can allow you to buy a gift right away so you do not forget. Some nice photo keepsakes can be a good place to start looking. You could also look through our labels and gift tags to add a unique touch to your special gift.