Your sister's wedding will probably be an emotional time for you both; make the good memories last by giving your sister a present she will treasure for all time. Sister wedding gifts should have some personal meaning for the two of you and express to her your best wishes. Give your sister a sparkling gift that is as special as she is.
A diamond is gift that will last for eternity, like your sister's love. Give her the Hearts Embrace Necklace from RedEnvelope to express your love and joy at her wedding. The necklace's pendant has two hearts, a larger and smaller one in silver. Inside the two hearts are three diamonds in different sizes. A golden strand necklace with a diamond pendant solitaire is a special gift she will wear every day. Diamond tipped pins for her hair will give her a sparkling hair look on her wedding day. A set of diamond stud earrings in any size are lovely gifts. Place your gift inside a velvet covered jewelry box for an elegant gift presentation. A diamond tennis bracelet is also a special present and will complement her diamond ring.
Crystal and glass are nice to use for home decor. Give your sister a sparkling vase for holding all those wedding flowers. RedEnvelope's Hearts That Love Vase has your true feelings etched in the side. The etching reads, "Hearts that love are always in bloom." This oversized vase is 10 inches high and 6 inches in diameter. This vase is so lovely she can display it with our without cut flowers. Crystal glass champagne glasses etched with your sister's wedding date on the side will be a delightful surprise. Glass candleholders will look nice displayed in her new home.
For a glitzy gift, you should give rhinestones. Give your sister a set of glitzy rhinestone pins to wear during her bridal shower and wedding reception. Pins that say, "Bride" or "Getting Hitched" are fun pins to wear on a dress, shirt or jacket. A rhinestone pin that looks like a crown or a queen bee is a classy gift she will treasure. For your sister's wedding day, give her a wedding garter embroidered with her new monogram.