Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • Wedding Planners to avoid Disaster!

    An old bit of wisdom goes that something will inevitably go wrong at your wedding, so you should just enjoy it in all its imperfection because it’s about celebrating with the people closest to you, and not about the centre pieces or your dress ripping. Here at OMG, we love this...
  • Oh My Gift Blog

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  • Jigsaws - the Ultimate Christmas Gift?

    The jigsaw puzzle started life in the 18th century as a Geography educational aid. The first jigsaws were maps.  By the 1930s the cottage garden began to dominate, and is still the favoured style of traditional puzzles. (No cutesy cottage from us, check out our personalised map jigsaw HERE.) Jigsaws...
  • Why are we charmed by charm bracelets?

    Queen Victoria’s own fascination with charms, jewelry and pendants made charm bracelets enormously popular amongst the gentry of the time, as a luxurious fashion item. It was common for the wealthier classes to show off their wealth by wearing elaborate and exotic clothing, and the wearing of charm bracelets as...

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