Your presence at our wedding is enough of a present, but if we are honoured with a gift from you, a monetary gift will be very much appreciated.
This is mainly because, we are aspiring minimalists, and we want to travel around the world–which means, even though we love Fufu, we cannot take your wedding gift with us if it’s a blender, cooking utensils or a Fufu Mortar or any of those things.
In fact, a friend of Chris’ called Nii Djata in the United Kingdom gave us the idea to set up this website to enable him and our many friends around the world who cannot be at our special day to keep track of things on here–and also to be able to send their gifts.
Now, this is the gift section.
Or Send Via MTN Mobile Money
Wallet Name: Elsie Anthony Williams
Unless you want to remain anonymous, please let us know your name when you send a cash gift so we can send the special thank you message you deserve.
As The Minimalists put it:
“At first glance, people might think the point of minimalism is only to get rid of material possessions: Eliminating. Jettisoning. Extracting. Detaching. Decluttering. Paring down. Letting go. But that’s a mistake.
True, removing the excess is an important part of the recipe—but it’s just one ingredient. If we’re concerned solely with the stuff, then we’re missing the larger point.
Minimalists don’t focus on having less, less, less; rather, we focus on making room for more: more time, more passion, more experiences, more growth, more contribution, more contentment. More freedom. Clearing the clutter from life’s path helps us make that room.
Minimalism is the thing that gets us past the things so we can make room for life’s important things—which actually aren’t things at all.”