Do you still need ideas for great, individual money gifts that are simply not run-of-the-mill? Then today we have a wonderful idea of how you can pack your gift of money for the bride and groom with an extra portion of happiness for love. With the heart vase Moments you implement the theme of love ideally – the beautiful shape will remind you of your individual gift for the future couple long after the wedding.
Money gifts with love
The heart vase Moments is the ideal design – the heart-shaped lines underline the great theme of love wonderfully and offers space for a chic rose set in the upper opening. The shape comes into its own and makes your monetary gifts a star on the gift table – people like to look more often. The chic vase only has to be filled with a bouquet of roses to match the wedding – and now you can get creative! Paint some shish kebab skewers red and white. You attach the extra portion of luck to the red sticks – the queen of hearts and the king of hearts from a deck of cards are cool decorative accessories that symbolize the bride and groom. Now you fold bills to hearts and attach them to the white sticks – the great gift is ready, which reminds us a bit of Alice in Wonderland. But it doesn’t say “Off your head!” but “an extra portion of happiness for love” – even after the wedding, when the roses have wilted, the bride and groom will remember your gift for a long time thanks to the chic heart vase.
You can ideally fold simple hearts out of the banknotes. Here is our guide:
1. Fold the bill along the long side.
2. Fold this again in the middle and drive along this line with the nail to reinforce it.
3. Now bend one side up along the line.
4. Turn the unfinished heart over and bend the edges inward to create a more rounded shape. The money heart is ready! If the heart is too unstable for you, you can stick it together inside with scotch tape – this can later be completely removed by the bride and groom and nothing tears.
Do you have any other ideas for great money gifts? We look forward to photos and comments Facebook.