The Scots use these lists to order presents for weddings, so that their presents are sent straight to the bride and groom. This mean that there is no inconvenience for the guests to bring them to the reception, nor for the couple to transport them back home afterwards.
However, it is traditional at Danish weddings that the guests bring the presents to the wedding reception, where they are all laid out on an elaborate gift table for all to see and the couple to open on the day rather than in advance.
Whichever way you choose is entirely up to yourself
If you have any queries about the wishlists, please contact Charlottes dad, Arne, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listed below are some items that couldn’t be put on the wishlists, but if you get them or anything else from elsewhere please let Arne know, at email@example.com.
1 storagejar, wooden lid, 2,5l
6 Forraadsglas, wooden lid, 1l
1 Filigran vase, 21cm,
2 Filigran tealights
1 water bottle
1 lid for water bottle
Duraline, kasseroll 1.8l
Duraline, pot 2.5l
Duraline wok 32cm
Flat lids in glass to match all
Cooking spoons and ladels
6 Copenhagen, matte, cake forks
Memory board, white board
2003 Christmas lantern
Olympia candleholder medium
Anes bed frame, 170×200, Â£176,00
Sultan Hasselback mattress 160×200, Â£250
Giftvouchers towards our new kitchen.