Best Wedding Gifts for Animal Lovers
Is it time to look for the best wedding gifts? Choosing wedding gifts is a lot of fun. It’s the ideal chance to let the bride and groom know you care about them – and a great way to share a gift they’ll remember for many years to come.
What better way to give a wedding gift than by choosing something especially for the happy couple that reflects their interests and likes?
If the bride and groom to be are animal lovers, there so many different gift options out there that are sure to delight them. Let’s take a look at some of the best wedding gifts for animal lovers.
1. An animal experience
Give the newlyweds the chance to get up close and personal with an animal experience. There are so many options out there that you’re sure to find something they’ll both enjoy.
Many zoos and wildlife parks offer animal experiences. Why not give your friends the gift of feeding seals in a local sanctuary, helping out the lion keeper at a nearby zoo for the day, or even doing some conservation work at a local nature reserve.
If you’re looking for something extra special, treat the happy couple to a weekend on safari or staying near a nature reserve.
2. Adopt an animal
If your friends are particularly fans of a certain animal, why not adopt one for them? Many animal charities and sanctuaries offer adoption packs to raise money for their cause. You can adopt almost anything, from giraffes to bears to pandas to wolves.
Your friends will receive a lovely gift – these typically include a certificate, themed gift, and regular updates – and you’ll be doing something good for a worthy cause, too.
3. Gift certificates to a local wildlife park or zoo
A fun day out together is a great way to celebrate newly married life – and a day out makes for a memorable gift that your friends will be talking about for a long time to come!
Check out their local wildlife parks or zoos to see which ones offer gift certificates. To make it extra special, why not use an online card service to design a card with their favorite animal on, as a fun way to present the gift certificate?
4. A framed picture of them – And their pet!
Choose a beautiful pet-themed picture frame for your friends, and use it to show off a picture of them, and their pet.
You can buy frames in all manner of colors and styles, from elegant and simple to fun, quirky and a bit silly, depending on your friends’ sense of style and humor.
If the newlyweds in your life are the kind of people who talk about their pet a lot and include them as part of the family, a framed photo is a heart-warming and fun gift.
5. An animal board game
Give your friends the gift of a fun, relaxing night in after the whirlwind of the wedding and honeymoon, thanks to an animal-themed board game.
There are several animal-themed board games available for purchase. From dog-themed bingo and monopoly (yes, it’s called Dogopoly) to livestock, dog agility, dinosaur or bird themes, you are sure to find something your friends will love. The box might say ages 5 and up – but they’re suitable for the adults in your life too!
Make your gift extra special by packaging it with a bottle of wine and some luxury chocolates and candles for the ultimate night in the kit.
6. Animal themed accessories
Still stuck for the best wedding gifts for animal lovers? Look no further than animal-themed accessories. Start searching online and you’ll find a dizzying amount of animal themed gifts, from mugs and toasters to welcome mats, candle holders, planters, towels, and so much more. Many gifts can be personalized for an extra special touch.
If you’re looking for the best wedding gifts for your animal-loving friends, there is no shortage of options. Your friends will love the thought you put into their gift, and they’ll remember it long after the big day is over.
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