Bridal Edition 2015 – Alabama Gift Company offers perfect gifts for all occasions

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By Gail Keeling-Smith

The Alabama Gift Company/High Cotton Style, known for specialty food, home décor, tabletop and gifts, has become a great one-stop shop for bridal, anniversary, birthday and housewarming registries. Customers love its new registry called a “Bliss List.” Owner Kathy Milam found that while a registry is a must have for those getting married, there were lots of ladies who picked out items they would love to receive as a gift and knew that a husband, child, or friend would appreciate help in their selections.

Store items include products “Made in Alabama” or with a southern flair noting customers would have a selection of one-of-a-kind gifts to choose from that they would not find in a department store. Brides registering for these types of gifts are those who appreciate the craftsmanship of handmade items and would possibly start a lifetime collection of pottery or art.

“High Cotton Style – Home Goods for High Living,” is an addition opened in July, 2014. Customers will find home décor pieces that are both trendy and traditional in this beautiful new space. Providing a great selection of unique furniture, lighting, wall art, and an exclusive selection of Dash and Albert rugs, throws, and bags to downtown Gadsden, High Cotton Style is a perfect place to “shop local.” 

Stay up to date with the Alabama Gift Company on Facebook and Instagram and visit the store’s website at www.thealabamagiftcompany.co

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