Mark a special day with special Children’s Jewellery gifts home title

Jewellery is usually considered to be a gift for adults but there are many occasions when it is an ideal present to give to a child. The most obvious occasion is probably the christening of a baby. Godparents often want to give the infant a thoughtful and caring present, and silver bangles or necklaces are popular choices. They can be engraved to make a lasting and very personal keepsake that the child will be able to treasure for many years to come. I still have the tiny silver bracelet given to me by my Godparents in the 1950’s and would never part with it.

Older children can be christened too of course and often receive gifts such as silver crosses. If the child is a boy, silver identity bracelets or silver neck chains are very acceptable gifts.

Children often receive jewellery to wear when they take their first Holy Communion, a first pair of pearl earrings, simple silver bracelet bracelets, personal alphabet initial necklace or a pair of cufflinks makes a lovely gift. It helps to make the occasion even more special and is often engraved with the child’s name. It makes a lasting gift that the child will cherish and can be handed down to future generations.

Being a bridesmaid for the first time is a very exciting day for any little girl. At weddings it is customary for the bride and groom to give gifts to the bridesmaids, flower girls and pageboys to thank them for their support. Jewellery is the perfect choice of gift as they can wear it during the wedding to compliment their outfits and also afterwards to remind them of their special day.

Other occasions when children might receive jewellery are their first birthday and their first day at school. Some little girls receive a charm bracelet which parents and relatives can add to each birthday by buying another charm.

The great thing about giving jewellery as a gift is that it will last long after the memories fade.

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