I found this Wilton Armetale shell server in the case at Goodwill. Originally marked $6, it had been sitting half-price for three days before I grabbed it for $3.
Of course, I'd really like to keep it for myself! It retails for $40 on sale.
When I noticed its pristine condition and original paper tags, though, I wondered if it was suitable for a wedding gift. It has clearly never been used.
I could fold it neatly in white tissue and slip it in a gift box.
Our "real gift" is providing brunch to the bridal party on the big day, but I had planned to purchase a modest--and more permanent--gift as well. She is registered at Target, not a department store.
Am I the only one who's so fond of this no-polish servingware? Or would another bride send it right back to Goodwill?