Deciding on a gift for a couple may require some thought to have it be something both people will enjoy. This is a guide about Christmas gift ideas for couples.
We're having a difficult time deciding on what to get two married couples for Christmas (one is older and one is young). Like most people we have limited income so I am looking for some ideas on some nice, but inexpensive gifts. I would like to give them something to share. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you.
A movie bucket. You have seen them around I am sure. Get a good movie, something different for each couple of course. Put this in a popcorn bucket with popcorn, candy like you find at the concession stand, maybe wrap it with a nice throw that they can snuggle up under.
Since you want "something they can share," focus on things that give them an experience. Because you have a smaller budget, a good "bang for your buck" can be found at restaurant.com. You can buy a gift card for dinner for a fraction of the cost of what you'd generally pay dining out. If your gift recipients are near a larger city, hottix.com offers theatre tickets at reduced prices. Museum, arboretum or zoo memberships are other options. I know that my husband and I would love to receive any of those as gifts because we can make memories all year long!
If you like to cook a box of home baked goodies would be nice or a coupon for a home cooked meal from you or if they have children you could offer a evening of sitting with them have a Merry Christmas.
A plate of homemade fudge! store bought or homemade, doesn't matter.
I can't tell you what to get your friends, but I can tell you what I got the couple I know: it's called the Purrfect OpeneRx. I found it on MaxiAids.com. It's cute - it's cat-shaped, has several doo-dads for opening medicine bottles, and the end of the cat's tail is sharp for piercing blister packs. It also includes a magnet, so your friends can keep it handy by sticking it on their refrigerator. It was simple, useful, and since I included it in a web order totaling over $75, there was no charge for shipping. Without the larger order, I believe shipping might've been $1 or $1.50. Since oftentimes, even younger folks have trouble opening medicine and similar bottles, this might work.
I get compliments everytime I give this bridle shower gift. I fill a box of christmas ornaments for the bride and grooms first Christmas. I pick out special ones that go with their personalities. I have picked out beach themed ornaments for my friends whose life revolves around the beach. It's fun to do and special for them.