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If you’re looking for wedding anniversary gifts for your favorite couple, choose from a variety of anniversary ideas they’re sure to love. From picnic sets to personalized throws, celebrate their love with the picture perfect present. We’ve worked diligently to create an assortment of wedding anniversary gifts that will help you express your love on this momentous occasion, making it easy to find a gift for any marriage milestone.
This personalized gift puts your favorite couple’s new life on the map—literally—by creating a frameable poster of the place they were engaged (Paris?), fell in love (Los Angeles?) or met (Peoria?). Select, resize, and customize a map of any location in the world—from Palm Springs to Kowloon—then customize it with their names and wedding date.
When my husband and I were approaching our first anniversary, we made a deal that we would choose gifts that align with the traditional anniversary gifts, year by year. I don’t know why, exactly, but something about giving gifts that have been given for hundreds of years appealed to us, I guess. To review, here are the traditional wedding anniversary gifts:
5. Hidden stitches. Sew something thoughtful on the inside of her dress (anywhere it won’t show). Could be a heart, your wedding date, her new initials, or even a love note. Use blue thread and you’ve also given your bride her ‘something blue!’
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A trio of countertop-gripping mixing bowls that stack better than a set of Matryoshka dolls. OXO created these with the classic stainless steel interior for easy cleaning, but added a plastic exterior to shield your hands from heat when mixing hot ingredients.
This registry site has a webpage with 13 different reasons to use their service, but the gist is they offer price-matching, group buying on pricier items or experiences and carry loads of high quality brands like All-Clad, Le Creuset and Sonos.
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“This sous-vide that was on my registry is an absolute must-have for any city couple. And we use our Vitamix every single day for green smoothies in the morning.” — Alexandra Sabellico, married June 2017
For an alternative, cool wedding gift idea, get the bride and groom a wedding guestbook that is like no other. This creative, interactive art print—perfect for bike lovers—turns their wedding guests’ fingerprints into vibrant balloons. The final product becomes a commemorative art piece the couple will hold dear for a lifetime.
This will not only brew them the perfect cup of joe to jump-start their morning, it also doubles as eye-candy for a kitchen surface. The beautiful gold detail will provide some understated glamour to any space. The carafe can hold 20 ounces, so you can brew up to four cups. It also comes with a filter, wood base, gold cone dripper, a wood and metal tripod stand, and a drip tray.
Wedding Anniversary Gift Personalised Oak Wooden Plaque Sign 1st 5th 10th 15th 20th 25th 30th 35th 40th 45th 50th 55th 60th. This item can be personalised with 40th Wedding Anniversary – Ruby. Laser c…
The curvy design of these glasses is more versatile than you’d find with typical water glasses. They’ll work just as well for outdoor dinners as they will for formal dinner parties with friends and family.
“It’s not as expected or as common as a mixer or blender, but I use it for everything: chopping vegetables, making pie crust and pizza dough, and blending soup,” says Elizabeth from Memphis, Tennessee. “I use it more than any other small appliance in my kitchen.”
“Prior to receiving the Shun knife set as a wedding gift, I had knives that were tough to keep sharp. I would often get frustrated while cooking, because I was used to the more precise instruments used in the operating room for plastic surgery. Especially while preparing meat, I would try to navigate ‘tissue planes,’ as I do during my plastic-surgery procedures, and had a difficult time doing so with dull knives! The Shun knives are such an incredible upgrade: They are almost as sharp as surgical instruments, stay sharp, and are easy to re-sharpen. The knife set has a variety of knives suited for specific tasks as well.” — Dr. Joshua Zuckerman, M.D., plastic surgeon, married July 2016
This brass trivet does double duty: it protects surfaces from hot dishes, but it’s also a beautiful décor piece, so it can be left out on display on a kitchen counter or dining table. It’s an investment piece, too—over time it will develop a deep patina, giving it an antique or vintage look.
​This wedding gift idea is ideal for the cocktail connoisseur couple that appreciates striking design. Found on the Mark and Graham website, the bold copper barware piece can be customized with laser-engraved monogramming, making it an outstanding personalized wedding gift idea.
This one’s bound to get a few chuckles from his fellow groomsmen if he opens it in front of them. ‘Cause lets face it, as a married hetero male, you don’t hear other guys asking too often, “Wow, nice manicure set! I’m gonna have to come over and borrow it some time.”
“We received a membership to the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where we live,” says Kristina. “Single tickets are expensive, so it’s a great way to see exhibits or even just walk in for one quick thing without feeling guilty.”
Not only is this tie bar stylish, but it’s made out of recycled 50-caliber brass shell casing. Sword & Plough recycles military surplus, works with American manufacturers who employ veterans, and donates 10 percent of profits back to veteran organizations. How cool is that?
“We received a selection of these acrylic frames in different sizes, and they just make life easier. The clear, sleek lines make all your photos look cooler, from goofy Polaroids and vintage Kodak prints to splashy wedding pics. Since the edges are borderless, images don’t have to be sized perfectly, yet still look chic — almost like they’re floating — and strong, foolproof magnets make for easy photo switch-outs. We have them all over our apartment, and no matter how many times we overhaul our décor or furniture over the years, they always fit in.” — Rachel Rosenblit, writer, married March 2014
1. A bit of sparkle. A bracelet, pair of earrings, ring (not her wedding band), a necklace…something special. Jewelry is never a copout, especially when you’ve put some thought into it. If you’d like her to wear it on the big day, get some input from her mom or MOH—she may have already purchased her bridal accessories.
Hi, fellow weirdos and eccentric-gift-givers: Welcome to your section of wedding gift ideas! Where we have custom-made perfume, online photography classes from Annie Leibovitz and, well, backgammon. (Yes!)
“I already ordered stationery for my thank-you notes, but would be especially grateful for a pen with which to write them. I have my eye on this one by Tom Dixon because it has a great weight and stroke to keep my penmanship perfect.” — Madeline Rudin, general manager, Camp David, marrying October 2017
Shop our selection of personalized cufflinks >> 10. Cigars Give him an excuse to sit back and relax before the ceremony—he’ll thank you for it. Make his present even cooler with a personalized, wooden humidor >> 11. Hidden stitches. Stitch something sweet on the back of his necktie or the inside of his shirt collar. A heart, “XO,” or a few words to remind him why you love him.

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This construct-your-own keepsake of a meaningful spot—New York City, Venice, Berlin—is a special gift for the pair building a life together. Maybe it’s the city where the couple first met or their dream honeymoon destination. No matter what skyline is featured, they can proudly display the finished piece at home.
“My husband and I were both living like bachelors or college students prior to our wedding. The week before our wedding, the handle fell off of our ridiculously old frying pan that we used for everything, and we were cooking using the pan with pliers for a handle. Needless to say, when we started using these Mauviel pots and pans, it was as if we had gone from being the Swedish Chef to Eric Ripert.” — Jesse Lee Hale, the Wall Group, married June 2014
Your friends are married, so why would you let them continue existence with a buffet that isn’t a carved woodland creature, or sans diffuser spouting NYC fashion folks’ fragrance du jour, Le Labo Santal 26? I mean, don’t you love them? (Price points, um, vary.)
“When you’re starting off in your marriage, especially when you have a new home, there are a lot of expenses,” says Catherine from Richmond, Virginia. “It’s nice to have extra money to spend where you need it.”
This China Mug Set is a great 50th anniversary gift for any couple that can see the funny side of life. You get two China Mugs one stating ’50 years of being Mr Right’, the other States ’50 years of b…
You know him like the back of your hand, but for some reason, you continuously struggle to come up with good gift ideas for your husband. Luckily, we’ve compiled the ultimate gift guide filled with the best gifts every man (boyfriend, fiancé or husband) will love—so you can successfully spoil him with the perfect present.
Not every gift needs to be sexy — these reusable silicone bags are winners of the Red Dot Design Award. Plus, they’re just plain useful. File this into the category of gift you use more than any other gift.
It’s always a good time for treats, but weddings call for a very special brand of them, like panettone from America’s resident panettone master or, the obvious: 100 oysters. (Imagine your friend’s face when they get this gift and try not to immediately rush out and order them.)
Whether you’re headed on a weekend trip, to the local trail system for a lunch ride or the top of your favorite descent, a good bike rack is crucial. These are the best available now, for any type of vehicle and bike.
Sometimes the best present of all is a good meal. After all, as the saying goes, the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach! Make sure your groom and his groomsmen are well-fed the morning of the wedding, whether you order them room service at their hotel or have someone deliver a brunch spread. This will be a nice surprise that will definitely show him how much you care.
Our editors compiled a list of some of our favorite gifts for grooms. We’ve rounded up ideas in a range of price points, and the options appeal to a variety of interests. Techie husbands will love the electronics on this list. Meanwhile, stylish dudes will appreciate all of the chic and unique accessories. If your guy is sporty, we’ve found athletic gear and items that’ll show off his team pride, and if he’s a cook, we’ve found great things for his kitchen, bar, or grill.
Help them put down roots (of fittonia, arrowhead, and philodendron) with this mix of six mini plants delivered to their door. It makes for a fun weekend project: just pop them out and plant them in a trendy terrarium. Don’t worry, no green thumb needed—terrariums are low-maintenance.
Have you spent countless weekends on the water or in a deer stand with your brother or best man? He’ll greatly appreciate an update to his hunting gear or tackle box with a new pocketknife or fishing lure.
“The best gift we got was our Big Chill buttercup-yellow stove. It’s the perfect future vintage accessory in our urban farm-stand-inspired kitchen because it looks retro cool and cooks up a mean quinoa risotto. We also got the Ninja blender because my husband, Justin, and I do love our utilitarian gifts. Nothing better than a wedding present you use daily, and this one makes a mean protein shake for breakfast.” — Michael Shome, photo director, married November 2013

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  1. 7. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.  Throw a dinner party and invite his favorite people to come celebrate him with you – for no particular reason.  It could be your in-laws, his closest friends, colleagues or whoever he’d enjoy having dinner with and who love him enough to celebrate him (even when it’s not his birthday).
    This soft linen find, in a classic blue and white stripe, will be a favorite for eternity. Beyond the pool or bath, it works as a beach blanket or soft throw. It comes with a matching drawstring tote so it’s easy to take on beach trips or summer vacations. When it gets dirty, just toss it in the washer and dryer.
    That aside, it is a gift that every guy needs to look his best on one of the biggest days in his life. Your mother probably told you to wear clean underwear … she likely also taught you to have neatly trimmed finger nails!
    Favorite band coming to town? This is definitely high up on the list of worthy gifts for the groom. For more expensive gigs, you might only be able to buy his ticket. So just make sure to tell a few of his friends so that they can go to the show too.
    Consider this octagonal stunner the Porsche of pans. A favorite of Real Simple food editors, the weighty, handcrafted cast iron skillet-and-lid combo is an heirloom in the making. The pretty pan is practical, too: The unique shape allows you to pour from six different directions and a quick-cool steel spring handle makes it easy to manage.
    The historic origins of wedding anniversaries date back to the Holy Roman Empire, when husbands crowned their wives with a silver wreath on their twenty-fifth anniversary, or vicennalia, and a gold wreath on the fiftieth. Later, principally in the twentieth century, commercialism led to the addition of more anniversaries being represented by a named gift.[1]
    “Two and a half years after my wedding, a few of the standout gifts that I still love today and have held up are this olive wood-handled steak-knives set and this beautiful copper tea kettle. All of those are also pretty neutral, so if you’re not feeling something on the person’s registry, they’re a fairly sure bet.” — Amanda Gorski, interior designer, Gimme Shelter Designs, married November 2014
    After months and months of planning and running around, the bride will be in need of a good pampering. What better way to spoil your bestie bride than with a luxurious 75-minute full-body massage at a high-end spa? She will definitely thank you for this wedding gift!

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