When giving gifts, especially for weddings, the rules are simple — you should stick to the registry. But that doesn't always have to be the case. While the registry serves as a fantastic guideline, if there is something specific that you want to give to the bride and groom, by all means get creative.
With that said, it’s nice to take a gift idea and bring it one step further — with personalization and monogramming. For new homes, new families, and newlyweds, it’s nice to brand the start of something new with their last name or their initials. While this concept has long been put to use with monogrammed towels, pendants, and the like, you should mark something that they’ll use often and be reminded of the thought that went into your gift.
TaylorCraftsEngraved cutting boards are ideal for those couples and families who are in the kitchen regularly. Have their first names, last name, and wedding date etched into the wood so the couple can remember that this was one of the starting pieces of their new home.
When they’re cooking or entertaining, the board will make for a really impressive display with cheeses, olives, cured, meats, or breads.