By Erika, Fashion Expert
I can’t believe that our wedding is less than two weeks away! So crazy to think that it is almost here! The last few weeks before a wedding are a flurry of activity. There is a lot of time spent pulling together final details, adding special touches, and managing forgotten tasks (hey, it happens!). What you will NOT want to do in the final weeks leading up to the wedding is scramble for wedding gifts. For brides and grooms who are looking for meaningful gifts for their future spouse, parents, or even their bridal party, consider a beautiful, unique wooden watch from JORD Watches.
About JORD Watches
JORD watches have been hand crafted from 100% natural wood. The company focuses on creating timepieces that are modeled after a modern lifestyle. They value sustainability (hello, wood!!!!), efficiency, and experiential living.
3 Reasons to Gift a JORD Watch
DESIGN: Raw Material, Refined Design
I have the FRANKIE Series watch in Zebrawood & Champagne and love it for so many reasons. The hand-crafted wooden timepieces from JORD are incredibly modern in their lines, shapes, and design. I originally imagined that a wooden timepiece would be clunky. Not JORD watches. They are sleek, sophisticated, and classic.
My FRANKIE Series watch is the definition of luxe with it’s ultra slim case, streamlined shape and uncomplicated face. Though it is minimalist in design, it always makes a statement. Whenever I wear my watch people compliment me and ask where they can get their own. As you browse the JORD collection on their website, it is clear that luxury, fashion and style are all seriously considered when designing these wooden men’s and women’s watches.
CUSTOMIZATION: Make the Gift Your Own by Engraving Your Watch
Beyond the watches being beautiful, you can also customize your JORD watch’s faceplate by engraving the recipient’s initials, or a sweet message or inside joke. This is why it makes the perfect gift for brides, grooms, parents or the wedding party. Not only are styles sophisticated and timeless, but you can really step out and make the gift your own by customizing the message to be engraved, as well as the font and size of your message.
One sweet idea, especially for a bride-to-be, is to engrave the watch with her new name or initials. I am incredibly delighted to take my new husband’s name (and make my maiden name my middle name), so I was all too excited to engrave my watch with my new name along with my wedding date.
SERVICE: A Pleasant Customer Service Experience
Nothing is worse than getting a gift for someone, having to make a change to the gift, and having an unpleasant customer service experience. I am happy to say that you will not have that problem with JORD. JORD has a very reasonable warranty, repair, exchange and return policy. Beyond that, their customer service team is prompt, accommodating and very professional and helpful. I had a slight snafu with my watch and the team fixed it within a matter of hours. Not days, hours. If I was going to give you a company to compare the service to, think along the lines of Nordstrom and Tiffany & Co. Yes, they are that good.
A Gift For You
Because JORD (and I) loves you so much, they are offering one lucky reader a $100 gift code to use on the JORD website! All you have to do is fill out this form by April 1, 2018 for your chance to win!
Plus, everyone who enters to win the $100 gift will automatically get a code for 10% off their watch order after April 1, 2018. The contest ends April 1, 2018 at 11:59pm – so you definitely want to enter now! And remember, your gift code and 10% discount is valid through April 15, 2018.
What could be better? I get wedding gifts. You get wedding gifts. We all get wedding gifts!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”