Top 11 Holiday Gift Tips from

Well, the countdown is on with just five more days to Christmas. For budget-conscious shoppers, giving a combined holiday-engagement gift can be a practical way to celebrate the season.

Today’s post–covering some great gift ideas for the Holidays–is brought to us by, the popular online wedding planning resource and provider of the Get Married TV show (the new season is on WE tv every Saturday @ 9:30 et/pt starting January 2) as well as the new Get Married magazine.

GetMarried writes:

He popped the question! She’s over the moon. How do you show her you’re here to help celebrate this gi-normous life changing event? Here are 10 girly gifts to give your sister, soon-to-be sister, childhood confidant or BFF, a.k.a bride to be. Plus we could never forget the groom so we’ve got him covered as well.

Get Married1. Plan Ahead

The best gift you can give a bride is organizational skills. Bestow a bright and funky planner on her to get her started down the aisle.

2. The Spitting ImagePrismera Custom Fashion Portraits

For the fashion-forward friend, give a personalized, unique illustration that expresses her personal style. From every hair color to every style of dress, there’s a framed and matted creation that will remind her of her inner fashionista.

Philosophy Gel Collection3. The Bridal Party

Pamper her with a collection of shower gels inspired by wedding traditions. Sure to get the beautiful bride ready before the big day, this set includes a 6 oz Wedding Cake Ultra-Delicious Shower Gel, 6 oz Bubbly Ultra-Rich Shower Gel, and a 6 oz Bridal Bouquet Ultra-Feminine Shower Gel in a signature box.

Get Married Bridal Tank-Top4. The Princess Bride

For bridal royalty. Inspired by the tiara gifted to Queen Mary, enjoy this bride tank top – something old on something new. An ideal present for the princess bride.

Wedding Etiquette5. Etiquette Lessons

Ok, you don’t have to spring for a whole lineup of classes. Just buy your gal pal Emily Post’s Wedding Etiquette in hardback. It’s the go-to-guide for the classy, thoughtful bride. Make sure she never makes a misstep.

6. Hands Down The Best Gift!Sephora Manicure Kit

Only the newly engaged know how embarrassing it is to have scruffy cuticles and unpolished nails. Everyone is always grabbing your hand to ooh and aww. Buy her this kit and her hands will be ready for show-off showtime!

Get Married With This Ring Keychain7. With This Ring

You know she wants to tell the world he put a ring on it-without having to say a word. Get her this fun-key ring to show off a bit. She’ll toss her house and car keys on it and every time she pulls it out will be reminded she’s headed for wedded bliss.

Get Married Terry Cloth Bathrobes8. It’s a Wrap!

Comfy terry cloth wraps are always a favorite gift and can be personalized with her future monogram. Get her ready to be Mrs. Happily Ever After.

9. For Her (and Him)

Give your friend a boudoir photo session she can use to surprise her fiance. A hot trend for brides to be, noir-inspired shots can be tasteful (think more Dita Von Teese, than Playboy) and will get her in the mood for her wedding night. Tell her to smile and work it, you sexy thing!

Sugarboo Photo Boxes10. Sweet Siblings

Tell sisters and soon to be sisters-in-law how much they mean with a sentimental token. Personalize this folksy, sweet frame by sliding in a childhood photo. Sugarboo Designs uses quotes from luminaries and simple classic style for thoughtful gifts she’ll love.

Duracell MyGrid11. For the techie, gadget groom:

Forget cord confusion, the Duracell Mygrid allows for all of your electronic devices to be charged at once.

Thanks, Get Married. And happy hunting everyone!

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  1. These are great wedding gift ideas. The charger pad still befuddles me as to how that works, but pretty nifty.

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