The Wedding Gift Guide

Hello gorgeous people ! Well, it’s here. Wedding season is officially upon us and there’s nothing worse than having no inspiration for what to buy the happy couple – is there?

No longer are the days where we gift pots and pans, a voucher can seem somewhat impersonal and champagne is given by almost everybody right? I think for our wedding, I must have received about 20 bottles of Champagne (not that I’m complaining) and I’ve yet to make my way through them all 2 years down the line!

Choosing a gift can be a difficult task. Where to begin? What do they like? Do they have this already? But fear not Mukala friends because we’ve created this wonderful wedding gift guide…

1. Fertility Feathers

The original of the Juju hat pack, Fertility is one of our best sellers due to the fact it’s so versatile. I mean, white goes with everything right? Whether you’re a colour lover, mad for monochrome or a neutrals enthusiast, this classic style can’t go wrong. Bespoke made, hand crafted, wrapped in satin ribbon, traditional wedding white and completely unique, our first gift idea ticks all the boxes. But what’s even more special is in the sentiment it gives with its rich history and African abundance! Fertility! That’s right, how nice would this be teamed with a little hand written card about its manifesting ability to bring on those babies!? (Calling ALL willing grandparents). Of course not everyone plans for children but we’re giving this choice a solid 10/10. Shop it now!

2.Better Together

In sickness and in health… there’s nothing more symbolic than this bold and beautiful wall statement. Unity is believed to have the power to bring us together in difficult times. It is all accepting and the striking colours represent all the parts of our personalities mixed together as one. A perfect gift for the eclectics, the daring ones, the creative ones, the not afraid to express themselves type couple.

3. A symbol of love

Our gorgeous beaded bracelets are not only eye catching ornaments but truly authentic tribal crafts. With a wooden base, clay is then attached and these delicate glass beads are individually added by hand in a symbolic circular form. In tribal tradition, they are often gifted among lovers to show their commitment to one another – a bit like the ring but treasured even more! You see, just like we all love the heartfelt effort that goes into anything made with love, this bracelet represents strength, care and eternity. Repeat after me… Awwwww! We’ve gone and propped it onto a sophisticated

wooden stand ready for all to see and admire. Significant savings when you buy any 2 Bracelets! Check them out!

4. Naughty Namji

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Ok, this one sounds rather cheeky but it’s not entirely! If you don’t know already Namji dolls are traditionally strapped to the backs of young women to foster fertility. Can you see a recurring theme here? Cameroonians LOVE all things baby and hope for large families! So while we don’t recommend that our dolls are worn as such, they do come with this lovely history and faith in being able to create the next generation. Namji’s also come with cowrie shells which represent wealth and prosperity. The words ‘super thoughtful’ spring to mind don’t they? Or perhaps..honeymoon! They usually come in pairs (males and females) so we’ve matched them up to bring you a cool saving. Shop now!

Lots of Love,

Mukala

 

 

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