A First Holy Communion is a special day in some Christian faiths, particularly within Catholicism. Members of the Catholic Church will have their children take their first communion when they are believed to be able to fully understand their faith and the meaning of the event. Taking communion is considered a child’s first public act of declaring his/her religion, thus it is typically followed by a party and gifts. Family and close friends celebrate this happy occasion with gifts and warm wishes. Continue reading
The bridal bouquet seems to be a tradition that most brides keep but never take the time to question. So what is the scoop on this tradition? Memorable Gifts has the 411 on all things bridal bouquets and I’m here to share it with you! Centuries ago brides carried bunches of garlic, fruit, blossoms, herbs, and grains. They thought this would drive away evil spirits and it also symbolized prosperity. Continue reading
Doctors around the world generously dedicate their lives to helping others. They go through many years of school and residency work to gain training and board certification, and work long hours to treat patients. I think we can all agree that it takes a special kind of person to dedicate themselves to a medical career. People everywhere need to celebrate their medical professionals as we are all indebted to them. Did you know Doctor’s Day is on March 30th? It’s a time for patients to show their gratitude by giving gifts and cards or laying flowers at the graves of doctors who’ve passed. Are you having trouble thinking of the perfect way to say thank you? Memorablegifts.com would never leave you stranded. Continue reading for Doctor’s Day gift ideas, thank you notes, and more!