“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
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.
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.
18. Surprise him with lunch at his job. Sync up your lunch time with your hubby’s and make him (or pick up) his favorite lunch and take it to his office. If you’re not able to stay to enjoy it with him, leave it with a sweet note that makes him smile from ear to ear.
“When is the last time you bought yourself a big, new, supersoft towel? I like white towels because they work for any room and can be bleached. It’s a great feeling to get out of the shower and wrap yourself in one of these. We didn’t know what we were missing until we got them.” — Jamie Collins, married April 2017
Continuing our leather gift trend, writers or those who appreciate quality leather bound goods will love to get a gift such as a journal. Etsy sellers like this one have lots of different options at price points that won’t break the bank. Go check them out.
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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.
The happy couple will want to document their life together, so why not give them the tool to do just that. They’ll love the Panasonic Lumix. It’s compact and easy to carry around, and is definitely a high performer. Photography enthusiasts and novices both will love it after reading a few home printing tips. Blacks, $500.
Engraving your groom’s wedding band is such a meaningful idea. Make sure any message you write is short, as there isn’t much room on the inside of a ring. Add your initials, wedding date, or even an inside joke that will make him laugh — I added all three to my husband’s ring!
Shopping specifically for the lady in white? Our experts rounded up an extraordinary collection of wedding gifts for the bride, ranging from customized jewelry to a blissful massage—take your pick of the best wedding gifts!
Some ideas to give the couple might be a personalized 25th anniversary gift, silver jewelry, a silver horseshoe decorated with flowers for good luck, an engraved silver keepsake, silver home decor, or a silver framed picture of the couple or family are all appropriate gifts for this occasion.
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.
Whether you’re serving a big batch of pasta or a seafood boil, this eight-quart stainless steel pot—complete with a perforated insert for easy draining—will more than take the heat. (It can be used for canning fruits and vegetables, too.) Add the couple’s new monogram for an extra special touch.
Cool wedding gifts ideas are hard to come by, especially when you’re trying to impress a particularly trendy bride and groom that are extra stylish. Below are five wedding gift ideas for friends who like things a little different than wedding gifts found on a conventional registry.
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6. A watch. Get him that fancy timepiece he’s always wanted! Maybe even a personalized pocket watch—dapper, no? Attach a little note to it that says, “See you at 3:00,” or whatever time you’re saying “I do.” You can even add a personal note on the inside of this watch below!
Real men cry. And on his wedding day, chances are the tears of joy could flow. Leave out the wad of tissues rolled up in a his pocket, and go the classy route with a handkerchief. Crying made stylish. 😀
Remind your favorite first mates of the day they tied the knot with, well, this knotted rope bowl. Bringing a distinctively nautical touch to any land lubber’s dining room table or kitchen counter, this unique conversation piece is nothing if not see-worthy. Available in white or chrome.
The cupcake carrier is hands down the greatest baking invention of modern-day times, period. This one’s stackable design includes two trays and two removable inserts — ensuring all baked goods make it to the party without tipping over.
“This blanket has barely left the couch since we got it. Loved by all — my husband, me, and even the cat. It is very soft and perfect for movie nights on the couch. Also good for adding texture to your décor.” — Jamie Collins
I first heard about Alexa while video chatting with one of my friends last year. All of a sudden she yells out, “Alexa, turn off the lights!” And I thought to myself, “wow, that was a bit rude. Who is this Alexa person that you are yelling at?”