How many graduations have you been invited to this month? How many have you already attended so far? Do you find it difficult shopping for graduation gifts? It’s ok to answer yes and don’t worry because you’re not the only one. When it comes to buying gifts for the new graduate, whether it’s high-school, undergrad, post-college, or that family member getting their PhD in “whatever”, I have one rule; get them a long-lasting present that will remind them of that milestone that they’ve reached. I truly think it will be a constant reminder of their great accomplishment and knowing that they can achieve anything they truly set their mind on.
I feel that the perfect graduation gift is a piece of jewelry. Although the achievement, your budget, your relationship with the graduate will help you determine the price of the gift, but it’s always important to put a little thought into it. It’s perfectly appropriate to get your close family member that perfect $1000 Tiffany Somerset ring in 18k gold (www.tiffany.com) or the $250 Sterling Silver version of it. As long as it’s not the rent money;
If you are on a budget, you can get quality pieces at www.rachellesjewelrybox.com . There are a lot of exquisite pieces that you will find on www.rachellesjewelrybox.com and everything is hand-made. For the few of you who are not a fan of my jewelry idea , it’s ok; you can opt for kindle for the constant reader http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004HFS6Z0/?tag=googhydr-20&hvadid=7570771391&ref=pd_sl_dda9exctw_e , a monogram engraved wallet or handbag http://www.frontgate.com/bosca-monogrammed-mens-leather-wallet/13682 , or last but not least that trip to the Dominican Republic or ( wherever you fancy) that you know will be carved in their memory for a lifetime. As long as you make it a memorable and long-lasting gift, it will be a hit; so go ahead and get ready for those graduation ceremonies and parties.
Johane & Rachelle