Top 10 Unique Wedding Gifts Announced By Popular Website Shot Hot Coffee …
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Popular Gift Site Announces Best Wedding Gifts
Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 30, 2012
The annual list of unique wedding gifts was announced today by popular gift and gadget website Shot Hot Coffee Out of Nose.
Topping this year’s list is the Kohler ‘Moxie’ Wireless Shower Head Speaker. This ingenious device allows the user to play all of his favorite tunes wirelessly in the shower. Kohler has created a great massaging shower head that is compatible with the iPhone and most other wireless music devices. The Moxie retails for $ 199.
For the budget conscious there are two unique food ideas. First, the cupcake maker by Sunbeam for $ 40. This durable appliance will bake 6 cupcakes quickly and easily without the need to preheat your conventional oven. The Waring Milkshake Maker is another great wedding gift idea. This durable appliance looks just like the milkshake makers at the ice cream shop and whips up delicious shakes at the flick of a button.
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Minor steals gifts worth Rs2.5 lakh from wedding party
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It was her wedding reception on Saturday and 26-year-old Shiran was all geared up for it. However, as she was being greeted by the guests, she was shocked to find that the purse containing valuable wedding gifts was missing from her side.
After going through the CCTV cameras of the hotel at Kandivli (E), the family realised that a boy, aged about 10-12 years and wearing a trendy sherwani, had decamped with the purse containing valuables worth Rs2.50 lakh. The Samta Nagar police are investigating the matter.
According to Julie Raj, 58, a housewife and resident of River Park Building in Dattani Park of Kandivli (E), the incident took place around 10pm at her daughter Shiran’s wedding reception.
“Many of our relatives had come to attend the wedding from abroad. Gifts were given by them by the way of US dollars, ornaments as well as Indian currency. The gifts were collected and kept in my purse,” said Julie.
The purse was kept on a seat adjacent to Shiran on the stage. “I was shocked to fing it missing. I began searching for it along with other relatives, but we could not find it,” she said.
The family then approached the hotel staff. “A boy wearing a black and silver sherwani was seen lifting the purse from the stage. He also figured in the photographs taken during the occasion. He was not known to any of our relatives. He w…………… continues on Daily News & Analysis