Post # 1
We are extraordinarily lucky. Our caterers and my Dad are such good friends they are doing our event for nothing, they insisted. They are A list and sought after by high circles in NYC. We want to express our thanks so it’s conveyed we appreciate they sacrificied a weekend when they are usually in high demand.
To boot, they are very well off. How do we thank such generous people who already want for nothing? We, on the other hand, don’t have deep pockets. Dad is going to ask their son what would be meaningful to them or find out what they would like. In the meantime, does the hive have ideas?
Please help, we’ve been racking our addled brains.
Post # 3
What about a gift certificate for a weekend away, somewhere close enough they can drive? (Granted I’m assuming it’s a husband and wife team, there may be too many people for this to work). A client gave me a gift certificate that covered two nights plus the spa at the Grove Park Inn a few years ago. It was the best corporate gift I’ve ever received!
Another thought would be to get them tickets to whatever the hot new show on Broadway is, or maybe tickets to WinTuk since Cirque is coming back to NY this winter.
Post # 4
wow! that is great!
I liked smokipenelope’s ideas! I think you should definitely find out what their interests are before you get them anything. They seem like great people though, and I think they would appreciate whatever you could give for a gift!