Boho Loves: Oxfam Unwrapped – A Wedding Gift List With a Feel Good Factor

This afternoon we are talking gift lists. There are so many different sorts of gift lists around these days! Gone are the days when you were restricted to the traditional department store gift list. These days there are numerous options for you to choose from; honeymoon lists, experiences, cash donations, anything you could wish for. However if you are looking to give something back and see your gift list as a way to contribute to a worthwhile cause, then why not try the Oxfam Unwrapped gift list.

‘Whether you’re currently in the midst of planning your own dream wedding or you’ve been invited to someone else’s big day, there’s no denying that gift buying can pose a slight problem. From kettles, to toasters, to cutlery sets, most couples these days already seem to have it all. So if you’re struggling to put together your own wedding gift list or you’re stuck for inspiration when searching for presents for another happy couple, you’ll be glad to know that Oxfam is there to help’

Oxfam Unwrapped

Gift buying with Oxfam Unwrapped

Oxfam’s Wedding Gift List service offers you the chance to make a difference to communities all over the world. Instead of registering for gifts that you already have or don’t need, you could sign up with Oxfam Unwrapped and let your family and friends donate their money to a worthwhile cause.

Boho Loves: Oxfam - A wedding gift list with a feel good factor

An array of unique and quirky gift ideas

From chickens, to life-saving soap, to a pile of poo, there are a whole plethora of unique and meaningful products available for you to choose from, each of which can help Oxfam on its mission to beat poverty.

My personal favourite gift idea has to be Oxfam’s Wedding Goat couple. This gift can provide families living in poverty with a pair of locally sourced and vaccinated goats, helping to increase their food security and financial independence. The animals are healthy and ready to provide fresh milk to drink or sell and the manure they produce can be used to help with crops too. Due to the fact that they are offered as a pair, they can be bred so families can pass them on to neighbours or take them to market to raise money for other essentials. Oxfam also offers business training with every goat couple, meaning that people can learn about, understand and make the most out of these extremely useful and life-sustaining resources.

Regardless of which presents you include, your gift list is guaranteed to add an extra feel good factor for not just you to enjoy, but your friends and family too. Instead of receiving gifts you don’t want, you can help Oxfam make a difference to those who need it most.

Boho Loves: Oxfam - A wedding gift list with a feel good factor

Create your own Gift List

Creating your own Oxfam wedding Gift list is quick and simple. You just need to head to the charity’s website and visit the Oxfam Unwrapped section. From here, you’ll be able to set up your own list by entering your details into a short form. It only takes a few minutes and once you’re done, you can start adding products for your friends and family to choose from. You can even add a photo of you and your significant other for an extra personal touch. To find your list, your wedding guests can search using your first name, surname or Gift List number. Meanwhile, you can log into your account to manage it whenever you want – it couldn’t be easier.

For wedding gifts with meaning, you should definitely check out what Oxfam has to offer. Creating a Gift List and purchasing from the charity’s range of original gift ideas could be the finishing wedding touch you’ve been looking for. Donating to such a good cause is guaranteed to make your big day memorable and meaningful in more ways than one.

Boho Loves: Oxfam - A wedding gift list with a feel good factor


To find out more about the Oxfam Gift List

www.oxfam.org.uk/shop/oxfam-unwrapped / @oxfamgb / FACEBOOK

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