In Jewish culture, there is a great emphasis on respecting and appreciating our parents, and often we hear from our thoughtful brides-to-be inside Smashing The Glass’ Brides Club wanting to know where they can find some gorgeous, personalized ‘thank you’ gifts for parents and in laws.
So we thought the topic deserved its very own post. Here are some of our favourite finds to inspire the perfect ‘thank you’ gift for the amazing people who raised you. We hope you find exactly what you’re looking for here, or that the ideas lead you to your ideal find.
An adorable way to present your mum with a gorgeous little trinket – and a hanky, for the inevitable. Find it here on Etsy.
We ADORE the idea of a family tree locket – showing your appreciation and honouring your family history in one beautiful little trinket. And, luckily, such a wonder exists. You can find it on notonthehighstreet.com
If you’re looking to spend a little more on something to treasure for a lifetime, these beautiful Monica Vinader linear stone bracelets come with a complimentary engraving. And if they’re a bit out of budget, Monica Vinader has a huge range of luxury customizable friendship bracelets.
While technically a gift your parents can enjoy together, it’s also a lovely one to give both dads the night before your wedding as something over which to bond with the groom’s party. Find it on Notonthehighstreet.com
If you’re looking to splash out on a special, commemorative gift for dad, check out these stylish and suave Monica Vinader cufflinks. The best bit? He can wear them again and again and again.
We think these personalized tankards evoke wonderful memories of Father’s Day gifts from years gone by. From Notonthehighstreet.com.
If the budget’s a little tight after all the big-day expenses, there’s no need to splash out. A sweet and silly gift on the morning of the wedding is more than enough to show dad how loved he is – and these personalized dad dancing socks from Notonthehighstreet.com do a great job.
What could make any parent happier than seeing their child’s smiling, happy face on their wedding day, every single day? We love this adorable commemorative photo frame from Notonthehighstreet.com.
Why not give your parents something that will remind them of your special day on a daily basis? This gorgeous, personalized wedding print would look wonderful hanging in their living room for years to come.
We’re absolutely loving the idea of something that ultimately becomes a part of your parents’ home. This beautiful rose bush can blossom each year that you are married, reminding your parents daily of the wonderful child they raised.
So those are our top 12 wedding thank you gifts for parents of the bride and groom. Have you fallen in love with anything on this list? Are you getting thank you gifts for your parents or in laws? We’d love to hear your thoughts below, or in our Jewish + Jew-ish Brides & Grooms group on Facebook.