Buying diamond jewellery as a gift is great, but the way you present it goes a long way to impress the person you are presenting it to. The way you wrap your presents, not only makes it look neat and special, but also reflects the amount of effort you’ve put in. Moreover, the way you wrap a gift, especially diamond jewellery, can add to the element of surprise that you wish to create for the one receiving a gift.
It also creates a sense of wonder and increases the curiosity of the receiver so that they get excited regarding the gift. So if you’re planning to gift diamond jewellery to someone, here are a few ways in which you can wrap them so as to make it a special surprise for the receiver.
Diamond jewellery usually come in pretty dainty boxes which look great by themselves. But, it is easy to tell that it contains a jewellery item. Therefore, to add the missing element of surprise you can chose to wrap it using nested boxes. Nested boxes are a classic way of wrapping any present. All you need to do is purchase a few gift boxes that can be stacked inside one another and place the actual gift in the last box. Nested gift boxes build up the anticipation of the receiver till they reach the last box.
Organizing a treasure hunt is another fun way to unravel an expensive gift such as diamond earrings or rings from the collection of wedding rings Hatton Garden. Hide the gift in a place where the receiver is unlikely to find it and prepare a set of clues that lead to the gift. Hide the clues too and present only the first clue to the receiver. This method also helps in building the anticipation.
Stacked boxes is another great way to present a gift. This requires gift boxes that can be stacked on top of each other. Stacked boxes work very well if you’re giving multiple small gifts such as jewellery along with a soft cleaning brush or a lint-free cloth. You can use boxes of the same size or sizes in a decreasing order which can be stacked on top of one another.
On a platter
There are several movies which show people popping a ring inside a champagne glass or desert. However, doing this can be potentially dangerous if the tiny jewellery goes unnoticed. Instead you could put it on a platter along with a meaningful message written with chocolate and cover it with a dome to build anticipation.
Inside another gift
Another creative way to wrap a diamond jewellery gift is to put it inside another gift. For example, you can buy a box of chocolates and replace one of the chocolates with the jewellery box. The jewellery in hatton garden is sold in a pretty dainty boxes which can easily fit inside a box of chocolates. Alternatively, you could also place it inside a bouquet of flowers or inside a jewellery keeping box.