Oct 312016
 
Travel-Themed Wedding Gifts

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When it comes to shopping for a wedding gift, four words will help ensure a gift the bride and groom will love. The four words: Stick to the registry. However, if the couple hasn't registered or if you want to get them an additional gift that's a bit more personal than bathroom towels or nonstick pans, it's wise to pick something that reflects the couple's personality and passions. If one of those passions is travel, you're in luck because options are as varied as the countries and cultures that span the globe. Here, the perfect gifts for travel-loving couples.

Travel Wedding Gifts for Home

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For Their Home
A love of travel and a fascination with maps often go hand in hand, and most travel lovers will appreciate items that represent their wanderlust in cartographic form, such as a globe, a scratch-off map to mark their travels, an artfully framed map of their favorite place, or this print, with two hearts that show the maps of two different places. Airport code coffee mugs and posters are another fun way to bring some international flair to their home decor. (Scratch-off world map, $22.99, available on Maps International Amazon; Heart map print, $88.54, BOMBUS available at Not on the High Street; Airport mugs and posters, starting at $19.90, Airportag)

Travel Wedding Gifts for Memories

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For Creating Memories
Give a travel-loving couple the tools they need to document their future trips. A high quality leather journal is always useful for jotting down experiences and memories while traveling. If you know the couple's been relying on their phone for photos, they might appreciate a better quality travel-friendly camera or a GoPro, if they're more active. And a gift card to a photo printing service like Shutterfly will ensure that their photos make it off the digital screen and into a frame or coffee table book. ("HERO Session" waterproof camera, $199.99, GoPro)

Travel Tech Gifts

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For All Their Travel Tech Needs
Where travelers go, so go their devices, so kit your couple out with portable technology that will enhance their trip: a universal plug converter to stay powered up, a waterproof phone case so spills don't ruin their trip, noise-canceling headphones to ensure a quiet night's sleep on the plane, and a selfie stick for the perfect photos of the happy couple on all their adventures.

Stylish Travel Wedding Gifts

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For Traveling in Style
Long gone are the days when traveling was a glamorous — or even comfortable — affair. Help make the couple's travel a little less unpleasant with comforts like an ultra-luxe travel blanket and pillow or a soft sleep mask. Or bring a little style to their travel with monogrammed leather luggage tags or passport holders. (Leather luggage tags, $65, Mark and Graham)

See More: Do We Have to Get a Gift for a Couple Having an (Expensive) Destination Wedding?

Monetary Travel Wedding Gifts

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For the Honeymoon or Other Future Travel
The gift that travelers can always put to use is the gift of more travel. Chip in on the cost of future flights with an airline gift card (most major airlines offer them) or go for a hotel gift card for a particular chain or for a booking site like Hotels.com so they can splurge on a luxurious room. Or contribute cash towards experiences with a gift card to a site like Viator.com, which sells tours and activities around the world. If the bride and groom love cruising, you can even opt for a gift card to their favorite cruise line.

What Should We Do With Unwanted Wedding Gifts?

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Oct 302016
 
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Even the best-curated wedding registry results in gifts you don't love, don't want, or simply don't have space for. (Hello, tiny newlywed apartments and over-zealous scanning at that registry event!) So once you've jotted down who sent what and thoughtfully crafted a thank you note, what should you do with those unwanted wedding gifts? Here are a few tips from our experts.

The best thing about creating a registry at a store you really like (that has a great return policy!) is that it's relatively easy to simply bring back any items you don't want to keep, whether they're duplicates or you seriously over-estimated your cabinet space. Make sure everything is in its original packaging, and try to bring the shipping invoice with you when you return the items. Can't find it? Most big box stores will be able to retrieve your registry information in their system with your names or an email address, and will be able to confirm the return that way. Keep in mind that you may get a store gift card instead of cash — but it's a good opportunity to browse the store for something else you'd love to have!

If the item is from a store where you weren't registered, check the box to see if it came with a gift receipt, which will enable you to return the item (again, probably for store credit) or exchange it for something else.

Is it something you can't return, or do you have no clue where the gift was purchased? You have a few different options. The first is to tuck it away (if you have room, of course!). Sure, you may not need a crystal vase right now, but whether it's the first time you host the whole family for Thanksgiving or when you're a little older and your tastes have changed, a gift that's timeless is a good one to hold on to, even if it isn't your style at the moment. You could also try to resell the gifts online, though the hassle may not be worth it! And finally, while it's pretty taboo, there's always regifting. Make sure you keep track of exactly who gave you the gift in the first place, and pass it on to someone in an entirely different social circle to avoid any awkward interactions. Check out our guide to regifting to figure out the best way to regift without the regret!

See more: The Best Wedding Registry Rewards and Perks

Oct 282016
 
Overnight Bags to Register For

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When it comes to your wedding registry, one of the most useful things to register for is luggage, hands-down. But aside from the usual hard / soft case carry-on's and larger suitcases, we think overnight bags are just as (if not more) useful to register for. Just think about all the short trips you'll be making as a married couple — a quick jaunt to the beach, visiting friends out of town for the weekend, Thanksgiving — the list goes on and on! So here's a round up of the chicest, sturdiest, and all around best overnight bags to add to your wedding registry.

Ectula Hudson Weekend Bag

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Not only is this bag's design modern and streamlined, you can tell just by a quick glance that it's going to wear like a dream (uh, Italian calkskin leather YES PLEASE). Better yet, get a pair of them since they're easily interchangeable as his or hers. ("Hudson" calfskin leather bag, $750, Ectula)

Cuyana Weekender Bag

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It's hard to find anyone who DOESN'T have something from Guyana — that's how good quality all of their pieces are. This weekender is a fan favorite in the BRIDES offices — it's classic, sturdy and easily monogrammed! (Canvas and leather weekender bag, $175, Cuyana)

Mark and Graham Monogrammed Overnight Bag

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At a great price for being full leather (+ free monogramming!) this beautiful weekender is the stuff luggage dreams are made of. We especially love the stone and blush colors! (Daily leather overnighter, $375, Mark and Graham)

Fleabags Rummage Duffle Bag

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Fleabags is another favorite around here, and this overnight bag is no exception — we love how worn in it feels, and the signature waxed cotton canvas (it's water repellant!) means getting caught in a downpour in transit it's NBD. ("Rummage" duffle bag, $270, Fleabags)

See More: How to Make Registering for Wedding Gifts Fun

Forestbound Escape Traveler Bag

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For those who want something a little more playful, this canvas and leather bag with ESCAPE printed on it is perfect. Better yet, it's made in the USA and of course is available for monogramming. ("Escape" traveler bag, $299, Forestbound)

Etsy Awl Snap Overnight Bag

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Last but not least, we love the unexpected shape of this denim and leather bag and how you can roll it up depending on how much you pack in it. Plus, it can be worn as a backpack or carried by it's top handle, making it versatile and easy to transport — as long as you aren't too heavy of a packer! (Leather and waxed denim backpack, $420, Awl Snap)

Oct 282016
 
Overnight Bags to Register For

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When it comes to your wedding registry, one of the most useful things to register for is luggage, hands-down. But aside from the usual hard / soft case carry-on's and larger suitcases, we think overnight bags are just as (if not more) useful to register for. Just think about all the short trips you'll be making as a married couple — a quick jaunt to the beach, visiting friends out of town for the weekend, Thanksgiving — the list goes on and on! So here's a round up of the chicest, sturdiest, and all around best overnight bags to add to your wedding registry.

Ectula Hudson Weekend Bag

Photo: Courtesy of Ectula

Not only is this bag's design modern and streamlined, you can tell just by a quick glance that it's going to wear like a dream (uh, Italian calkskin leather YES PLEASE). Better yet, get a pair of them since they're easily interchangeable as his or hers. ("Hudson" calfskin leather bag, $750, Ectula)

Cuyana Weekender Bag

Photo: Courtesy of Cuyana

It's hard to find anyone who DOESN'T have something from Guyana — that's how good quality all of their pieces are. This weekender is a fan favorite in the BRIDES offices — it's classic, sturdy and easily monogrammed! (Canvas and leather weekender bag, $175, Cuyana)

Mark and Graham Monogrammed Overnight Bag

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At a great price for being full leather (+ free monogramming!) this beautiful weekender is the stuff luggage dreams are made of. We especially love the stone and blush colors! (Daily leather overnighter, $375, Mark and Graham)

Fleabags Rummage Duffle Bag

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Fleabags is another favorite around here, and this overnight bag is no exception — we love how worn in it feels, and the signature waxed cotton canvas (it's water repellant!) means getting caught in a downpour in transit it's NBD. ("Rummage" duffle bag, $270, Fleabags)

See More: How to Make Registering for Wedding Gifts Fun

Forestbound Escape Traveler Bag

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For those who want something a little more playful, this canvas and leather bag with ESCAPE printed on it is perfect. Better yet, it's made in the USA and of course is available for monogramming. ("Escape" traveler bag, $299, Forestbound)

Etsy Awl Snap Overnight Bag

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Last but not least, we love the unexpected shape of this denim and leather bag and how you can roll it up depending on how much you pack in it. Plus, it can be worn as a backpack or carried by it's top handle, making it versatile and easy to transport — as long as you aren't too heavy of a packer! (Leather and waxed denim backpack, $420, Awl Snap)

The Wedding Registry Splurges That Are Totally Worth It

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Oct 262016
 
Wedding Registry Splurges and Group Gifts

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If you're starting the wedding registry process you know it can be overwhelming — how many sets of flatware do you need? What kind of wine glasses? Should you pick a classic china pattern or something more modern and tailored to your personality, or forgo china altogether? Ah, decisions, decisions!

Here's an easy rule of thumb to follow: If you're the kind of couple that would rather get a few larger gifts than a slew of smaller ones, consider the beauty of the group present! Most wedding registries will now allow guests to easily donate any amount they want toward larger gifts, so consider one or two larger gifts and maybe some smaller ones for those people who still want to bring a physical present. Need a little guidance? We've picked out some of our favorite splurge-worthy registry items to help you get started!

Casper Mattress Wedding Registry Idea

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A Mattress
A mattress is one of those things that no one ever really wants to buy, but when you get one you love you can't believe it's taken you as long as it has to replace that dingy one you've had since college! Our favorite these days is the Casper — great price point, super comfy, convenient to deliver and set up, and they let you test it for 100 days so you can return it if it's not what you're looking for. (King-sized mattress, $950, Casper)

Bicycle Wedding Registry Idea

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Bikes
If you're the kind of couple that likes to go on outdoor adventures together (or even just the occasional ride around the city), think about registering for bicycles. We love Huffy for an excellent price point (and we especially love the retro-inspired beach cruisers!), and for a higher price point, we also love Papillionaire bikes. ("Sommer" bike, starting at $499, Papillionaire)

Nespresso Espresso Machine Wedding Registry Idea

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A Super Fancy Espresso Machine
If you and your partner are caffeine snobs — ahem — aficionados, you know how important (but how pricey) a quality espresso machine is. For a lower price point, we love the Nespresso DeLonghi Pro Espresso maker and for something a little more unique and a bit higher price point, this La Pavoni Professional Espresso Machine will definitely add a little oomph to your morning caffeine routine. ("DeLonghi Lattissima Pro" espresso maker, $599.95, Nespresso available at Williams-Sonoma)

See More: The Best Ways to Let Guests Know About Your Wedding Registry

Miele Vacuum Wedding Registry Idea

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A Quality Vacuum Cleaner
Not among the sexiest of things you can register for, but definitely something you'll use for years and years, a really great quality vacuum can really change your — dare we say — life? We loveee Miele vacuums, and this upright one is both powerful and easy to use — no re-vacuuming needed with this miracle worker! ("Dynamic U1 Twist" vacuum, $449, Miele available at Williams-Sonoma)

Art and Paintings Wedding Registry Ideas

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A Piece of Art You Love
We've already told you how easy it is register for art, so why not get something for your new home that's an original as opposed to a print/replica? Obviously it'll be pricier, but if it really speaks to you, you'll be happy everyday when you see it. You can set up a fund on your registry specifically for that art piece so that many people will be able contribute. Above are a couple of originals we love at different price-points. ("8 Dec" $326, Hélène Delmaire; "Coastal Moon" $280, Brenna Giessen; "Flowers for Ellen" $1,300, Lulie Wallace)

When Should We Give Our Parents Their Gifts?

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Oct 222016
 

We love time-honored wedding traditions, and giving gifts to your parents on your wedding day is one of them. Whether it's a sweet memento, a frame, or a more substantial gift to thank them for their contribution, they've done so much to get you this far, so it's important to honor them in some way! But, with a tight timeline on the wedding day and the very real chance that you'll have Bride Brain and totally forget, it's hard to find just the right time to give them their gifts. Thankfully, our experts have a few ideas on how to time the gifting so you can enjoy that moment together.

Many couples choose to give their parents gifts during the rehearsal dinner, and with good reason. You're with a smaller group, so you can focus a little more on one another, and your parents will be heading back to their room shortly thereafter, so they can make sure their gifts make it back safely. If you're also planning to give gifts to your bridesmaids and groomsmen at this time, bring the gifts for your parents along and present them all at once.

Did you pick out something special for each of your parents? You could also choose to present these gifts the morning of your wedding. Give Mom her gift before she's gotten her makeup done (to avoid runny mascara!) — you'll be able to step away for a few moments before the madness begins if you time it to take place during everyone's beauty appointments. Doing a first look with Dad? Bring your gift for him along so the two of you can have a little time in private. This can, however, be a little bit of a challenge for the groom, especially if his mom is getting ready with you and your bridesmaids. He may opt to give the gifts the day before, or bring them with him to family photos. Just make sure someone knows that their gifts need to be sent back to his parents' room so they don't get lost!

Caught up in the whirlwind? Don't worry about it. Similar to the rehearsal dinner plan, you could also choose to wait and distribute presents at the morning-after brunch. A smaller crowd and a more relaxed atmosphere make this a great time to pull your parents aside. Remind them to leave a little extra room in their suitcases!

See more: How to Honor Your Parents at Your Wedding

When Should I Exchange Gifts With My Fiancé On Our Wedding Day?

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Oct 192016
 

Exchanging gifts with your soon-to-be spouse before the wedding is a sweet tradition that marks the momentous occasion. While not all couples choose to do so, it's a growing trend that brings with it it's own question: When's the best time to swap presents? Whether you've gone the extravagant route, are only sharing love notes, or grabbed a fun pair of socks to ward off "cold feet," our experts have a few ideas for the best time to swap presents on your wedding day.

The most traditional option is to have someone deliver your gifts so you can open them while you're getting ready. This is often done by the best man, but you could also ask your photographer's assistant, your wedding planner, or a staff member at the venue to make the delivery. Keep timing in mind, though! You'll want your photographer to be present to capture the moment as you open the gift, as well as your makeup artist to do any touchups you might need!

Some couples also opt to exchange gifts during their first look, so they can open the presents or notes together. You'll have the bonus of having your photographer on-hand, as well as the opportunity to thank one another immediately. If the gift is anything other than something you'd wear on your wedding day (or if you need to take off some of your jewelry to put on the necklace or earrings your fiancé got you), assign someone to return any items to the bridal suite so things don't get lost.

Of course, you could also trade gifts in private. This could be the night before the wedding, in anticipation of your big day, or, if you're staying together, first thing in the morning before you part ways to get ready. Sure, you won't have photos of the swap, but you'll be able to share the intimate moment without an audience — as well as have a little clarity of mind to really appreciate the gesture.

See more: The Most Romantic Wedding Day Gifts That Don't Cost a Thing

BRIDES Northern California: 5 Unique Shops to Find Your Groom’s Wedding Gift

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Oct 182016
 

While you may be busy with the preparations for the wedding, it's so important to take some time to think about how to show your soon-to-be groom just how excited you are to marry him. Taking a few extra minutes to find him the perfect gift is a special way to say I love you, and I'm so excited to be your bride. Here are some places in San Francisco where you'll discover the ideal gift for every type of groom.

The Voyager Shop
This unique store offers an eclectic array of gifts for your casual guy. Choose from relaxed ties, wallets, leather goods, dopp kits and even luxe grooming products. They have two locations in the city: the Mission District and Hayes Valley.

Paul Smith
If your guy leans more upscale, venture over to Paul Smith on Geary Street near Union Square. The posh — and slightly quirky — British brand has been in the menswear business for over 40 years, and carries an assortment of higher-end accessories for men including cufflinks, tie clips, wallets, scarves and watches. Read real brides' reviews here!

Cask
This spirits shop off of Market Street is the go-to destination for specialized and artisanal liquors. If your guy is into hard-to-find whiskeys, this is the perfect place to buy him that special gift. You can even get his bottle engraved with his initials or a heartfelt message from his new bride.

See More: Still Searching for a Florist? Browse SanFran's Top Wedding Florists Here!

Taylor Stitch
Taylor Stitch is a bespoke company in the Mission where you can make your groom a custom shirt just for him. With the help of the knowledgeable (and always well-dressed) staff, you can choose your fit, fabric, and notions to make it a truly one-of-a-kind gift. Have his shirt monogrammed to make it extra unique.

Wingtip
If your guy appreciates a hint of nostalgia, then Wingtip is the ideal stop for finding the groom gift. Not only does it offer unusual, oldey-timey pieces like canes, leather goods, bar accessories, and even cigars, but you'll also find an in-house barbershop and private lounge for a true gentleman's experience.

Discover more San Francisco hotspots to find wedding favors and gifts here!

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The 7 Best Subscriptions Gifts to Give a Bride-to-Be

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Oct 162016
 
Best Subscription Gifts

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While it's always safe to give a gift off the registry or a gift card you know will be put to good use, we also love when people get creative and give a gift truly unique and special. With subscription services booming in popularity, we've rounded up our favorite services that can be easily (and thoughtfully) gifted as the perfect engagement or shower gift. What's better than gifts that keep on giving?

Blue Apron
For the engaged foodie in your life, Blue Apron is a no brainer. Offering free delivery nationwide, the service combines original recipes created by chefs and a culinary team, pre-measured and packaged fresh ingredients, with step by step instructions to turn anyone into a super chef, in the comfort of their own kitchens. Even better, recipients can select their delivery day around their own personal schedules, and choose entrée options based on dietary preferences. With different plans and pricing available, trust us, when in the throes of wedding planning, convenient meal plans like this are clutch.

BRIDES Magazine
Well, duh! A subscription to BRIDES is just what any soon-to-be Mrs. needs, and wants. Nothing's better than having on the spot access to the world of weddings delivered to your door step each month. Having hard copies of our magazine is perfect for creating inspiration and vision boards, planning ideas, the latest wedding trends, and more. Plus, who doesn't love getting snail mail?

Netflix
Every bride-to-be needs some time away from planning to 'Netflix and chill.' Netflix gift cards can be used towards a year's subscription to the movie and tv-show streaming services that has taken the country by storm. Offering various tiers to their subscriptions that include streaming-only or additionally mailed DVDs, Netflix makes the perfect gift for the couples who have some catching up to do on their favorite shows, or loves cozy movie nights in.

Birchbox
Birchbox subscribers swear by this service which brings monthly beauty samples adorably packaged and ready to be tested. For those who can spend hours in Sephora mulling over what to buy, this can be a lifesaver. Before committing to full size products, Birchbox sends out samples meant especially for the individual subscriber, based on their beauty profiles they create themselves. The service also offers discounts and recommendations in each box, making it the perfect present for the beauty-obsessed, or anyone who likes to try before they buy.

FabFitFun
With a subscription to FabFitFun, every three months a gift box filled with seasonal goodies (full-sized, too) will be delivered to the recipients door to help them stay stylish, on trend, and healthy throughout the new season. Boxes are chock full of skincare and beauty products, fashion accessories, fitness gear, and more — all items anyone soon walking down the aisle will be sure to love.

See More: Do I Have to Buy a Wedding Gift from My Friend's Registry?

Club W
Wine delivery? Yes please! To give a gift of Club W, you can choose an amount as a gift card that can be redeemed for personalized wines, gift packages or wine subscriptions. Recipients can complete the Palate Profile to determine their own unique preferences and wine tastebuds, and Club W will take care of the rest. As the recipient rates their bottles, their recommendations become even more personalized and delicious. Extra bonuses? Members can skip a month at any time (although we're not sure why you'd want to), there's no mandated monthly commitment AND the company promises you will "never pay for a bottle you don't like." Sign us up!

Craft Coffee
Many brides-to-be can attest to the importance of coffee throughout the early mornings and late nights of wedding planning. For the java loving couple, Craft Coffee offers tons of varieties of freshly-roasted coffee, delivered to doorsteps within just days of roasting! With three different package and subscription options that start at just $29.99/month, there's something for everyone. Depending on your preferences, you can keep it consistent with your favorite brew, or be a bit adventurous trying new and exotic blends and flavors. Either way, it's a coffee lover's dream.

How to Regift Your Wedding Presents — Without Getting Caught

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Oct 102016
 
Tips for Regifting Wedding Presents

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No matter how comprehensive your registry may be, every bride has received a present that is less than ideal or unnecessary. So what's a girl to do when you have three Fruit Ninjas and a box full of knick knacks collecting dust in your garage? You may be tempted to repurpose them by "regifting" to someone else, but there are some key things you need to know before handing a present off without getting caught. Read on for the cardinal rules of the gifts that keep on giving.

Is it OK to regift?
"Yes, you can regift," says etiquette and lifestyle expert Elaine Swann. That said, you should always make an attempt to return the gift to the store before passing it along. Which gifts are absolute no-nos to repurpose? According to Swann, handmade ones should never be regifted because the gift giver "put time and effort into it." Additionally, don't try repurposing personalized or monogrammed gifts, or heirlooms, experts say.

How to do it successfully...
Jacqueline Whitmore, etiquette expert and author of Poised for Success, has a few guidelines for passing a present along. "Be careful that you don't regift in the same social circle," Whitmore says. If you're forgetful, make sure to document who gave you a present and when, so you don't give it to someone who may come into contact with the gift giver. Whitmore also says to ensure that the tags of the item are still intact, that it wasn't used, and that there's no evidence that it is secondhand. (Make sure to check for any hidden cards from the gift giver that may blow your cover, and rewrap with fresh wrapping paper, experts say.) Most importantly, Whitmore says, "put some thought into it." She adds, "An old tacky sweater that you don't like, [there's a good chance] someone else won't like it either."

See More: How to Send Unique Thank-You Notes for All Your Wedding Gifts

Uh-Oh! You got caught.
Despite your best intentions, you may have to deal with an awkward situation if it turns out your coworker does actually know your second cousin — and she noticed that you handed over the glass figurine she bought you. If you're caught regifting, Swann says, the person who gave you the gift "may be hurt or offended, and there's nothing you can do about that process." She recommends acknowledging the person's feelings, apologizing, and putting forth an effort to move forward. Don't try to come up with a lie to cover up what happened, she says. Instead, after apologizing for the person's hurt feelings, say something like "[the gift was] not really my taste or style, but I really thought that [X person] would enjoy it." Whitmore says, "Honesty is always the best policy."


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