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Canada AM Day 3: Gifts

  |   By Alison McGill

On today's A World of Weddings segment, I talked all about gifts and ones that worked for different cultures.

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Canada AM Day 3: Gifts

We brought in some fabulous stuff for our segment, including everything from a Kitchen Aid mixer (a nod to the Chinese culture with the colour red); fastastic linens and gifts coins for perfect for Indian celebrations; candlestick holders and a seder plate as choices for a Jewish wedding; salt and pepper shakers for those with Irish root (the symbolize there will always be food in the home); and crystal toasting flutes as an option if you are Filapino. I wanted to thank the following people for providing us with our fantastic gifts.

• Elsa Peretti candlestick holders and salt and pepper shakers, Tiffany & Co.

• All linens, pillows and gift boxes, Liloo At Home.

• Kitchen Aid mixer and Le Creuset French Oven, The Bay.

• Mikasa tableware, gift coins, Michael Aram candlesticks and seder plate, Noritake salt and pepper shakers, Beleek salt and peppers shakers and Nambe candlesticks, William Ashley Fine China.

This article was originally published on Sep 22, 2010
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