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Tight on time and searching for inexpensive wedding gift ideas or last-minute wedding gift ideas? You’ve come to the right place! If you’re crafty, check out the creative wedding gifts ideas below (that don’t scream DIY) to discover quick, budget-friendly projects that the couple will love and cherish regardless of the price tag.
Originally designed by Jens Quistgaard, a Danish sculptor and designer whose work is in New York’s Museum of Modern Art, this casserole is an eminently practical work of art. Beautiful? Of course. But it’s also a kitchen workhorse, its dual-purpose top doubling as a trivet, making it easy to take this future heirloom straight from the oven to the table.
“We received a gift for both of us that we never expected, but it was actually amazing. It’s a wearable sleeping bag! We are huge camping fans, and one of our friends decided that this was super cool — he was completely right. We have done a couple of camping trips, and I don’t even take the thing off. We even use them around the house. The coolest gift we received by far.” — Cristobal Velasco, designer, married March 2017
If your guy loves to doodle, jot down his thoughts at work or even has a novel in the works, he’ll love a fancy pen set he can take everywhere. This one’s personalized, so you can get his name engraved on it.
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?”
Honeymoons are only the beginning of a life of destination-hopping (hopefully), so they’ll definitely need a set of swank luggage + all the travel tips. Here are our best wedding gift ideas for the traveler (or aspiring globetrotter) in your life.
“I’m typically a very calm person, but wedding planning threw me for a loop. I super appreciated the gifts I received that helped me feel my best up until the big day, including this ashwagandha antioxidant powder. A half-teaspoon of powder in hot tea lifted my mood and made my skin glow.” — Stephanie Liu Hjelmeseth, blogger, married November 2016
Of course, forty red roses would also make a beautiful gift for this year. For gardeners, ruby colored flowers such as nasturtium or a climbing rose with ruby colored blooms are also pretty ideas. For a twist on the traditional red roses, the preserved ruby red roses (upper left) create a beautiful permanent keepsake.
Every man needs a nice watch, and what better occasion than your wedding day to unwrap a beautiful watch from your bride-to-be? Watches can range greatly in terms of price, so you’ll have a lot of options depending on how extravagant you’d like your gift to be. Because you’ll be surprising him with an important accessory that he’ll most likely wear every day, make sure that you choose a style that you feel confident that he’ll like. Or, double check the return and exchange policy just in case so that he can choose one of his own liking.
If you want something traditional that you know your groom will love, then you can’t go far wrong with a watch. If he’s an old-school type, then a pocket watch would be a great choice – particularly if you engrave it with his initials or the date of your wedding. For the more modern groom, a wrist watch is the perfect gift for the morning of the wedding. Attach a note with the time of the ceremony (along the lines of ‘See you at 1pm!’) for a cute personal touch. See some of our favourite wedding day watches here.
It’s summer-wedding season, that time of year when you’re on the hunt for a gift that strikes the perfect note: splurgy but not precious, practical but not pedestrian, fun but not kitschy. To help you find that off-registry gift, we asked a few dozen newly(ish)weds about the best gifts they got, from the life-changing Japanese knife set to the wearable sleeping bag. And if you’re getting married yourself and looking to build a registry, Amazon makes the process seamless.
Shopping for the best wedding gift? The Knot has rounded up creative, traditional, and personalized wedding gift ideas that you can buy now. If you want to steer away from the traditional wedding registry and find unique wedding gift ideas, keep reading for hand-selected wedding gift ideas that will certainly stand out in the eyes of the bride and groom.
Having a knife-sharpening tool isn’t admission that you’re using your knife wrong — it’s a statement that you use it all the time. This one was built for the beginner home cook, and employs a medium grit and fine grit sharpening zones.
Tradition dictates that the groom is responsible for purchasing gifts for the male members of the wedding entourage. This group includes the best man, groomsmen, ushers and the ring bearer. It’s also appropriate to present both your father and the father of the bride with tokens of your appreciation for their support. Some couples choose to do joint gifts for parents, which is totally acceptable — my wife and I created memory boxes full of photos and wedding keepsakes for both sets of parents. Additionally, we gave them gift certificates to their favorite steakhouses. We figured that after paying for much of the wedding, the least we could do for them was treat them to a few filet mignons.

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Surprise the newlyweds with a photo printed on premium archival paper that’s then framed in a sleek, minimalistic floating frame. This bold wedding gift idea for friends is adorned with modern brass hardware. It can be found on the Artifact Uprising website and will undoubtedly enhance any wall.
3. For those of us who are still learning to cook The Newlywed Cookbook ($34.99). Or if you’ve got the cooking thing on lock, fancy hardcover versions of your favorite books anyone? Or maybe fancy cocktails?
Handmade in Florence, Italy with full grain calfskin leather, the timeless appeal of a duffel bag will bring a smile to his face the morning of the wedding — even before walking down the aisle. Every guy should have a nice leather duffel bag, and this one has the bravado to match many looks.
One of the coolest wedding surprises for your new husband would be to plan something really nice for him. Planning your honeymoon as a complete surprise is of course the first thing that comes up in your mind, right?
Canon is one of the best brand names when it comes to video cameras. As one professional videographer reviewer said about this particular model, “ that was easily the best $250-or-less camera investment I’ve ever made.” Reviews count, and this camera has stacked up a lot of positive ones. Go check it out.
We’ve all run into an imaginative rut when thinking of gifts for our loved ones. There’s even more pressure when you’re shopping for your groom, especially if it’s for a present he’ll open on the day that you’re getting married. If you decide to honor the tradition of surprising him with a groom’s gift on your wedding day, it should be a bit more special than your average birthday goodie. But don’t stress! We’re here to make your hunt for the perfect present as easy as possible.
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 it comes to weddings, sometimes it’s easy to forget that it’s not just the bride who likes a little romance – a surprise gift for the groom on the wedding morning can set the mood for the day and make him feel loved and appreciated. Here are some of our top picks for grooms’ gifts!
You thought you were done, didn’t you? I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you have one more present to buy. Not only do you need to promise to love them for better or worse, but you’re getting them a wedding day gift. I know what you’re thinking…Do I have to spend a lot of money? Of course not! You just need to put a little thought and love into the bride and groom gift exchange. To help you pick out the perfect present, I’ve come up with 23 ideas.
Really cute ideas! I am looking for a gift for my husband. I love the engraved whiskey set! A suggestion that my husband gave me on our wedding day was a sketch of my wedding dress with his suit. I gave him the boudoir album. We both loved them.
Move over bride, this one’s for him! A wedding gift for a groom should be as tasteful as this watch box made of acacia wood with linen lining and brass accents to house his fancy collection. The groom is also entitled to some spoiling on his wedding day!  
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Make serving drinks easy with these foolproof glasses, which are perfect for the mixology beginner. Each glass spotlights a different spirit (vodka, rum, whiskey, and gin) and guides you through making four different cocktails with them.
You’ve covered everyone on your list this season, including your girl and guy friends, your parents, the little ones in your life, and even your pet. There’s just one person left to shop for: A bride. Shower the special lady in love this holiday season with a gift that she won’t see coming. Whether you’re her groom, her relative, or her friend, we’re providing present ideas that you can get inspired by.

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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.
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.
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.)
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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For each year, we give you not only the themes, but also gift suggestions you can really use. We even have some cute anniversary date ideas if you need some inspiration. Since budgets and gift-giving traditions vary, we’ve suggested both inexpensive gestures and over-the-top ideas. Some of these ideas could work for more than one anniversary year, so if you need extra inspiration, read through the whole list. We hope you enjoy it, and we wish you lots of days worth celebrating, all through the year.
If you are looking for even more anniversary ideas, check out all of our personalized anniversary gifts. You can also get a little inspiration from our gift guide that offers suggestion based on personality type.
“The most cherished gift that I received at my bridal shower was a beautiful pair of toasting flutes from my aunt. I hadn’t thought to register for these on my Zola — bonus points for a surprise off-the-registry gift! — but my husband and I ended up using them on our wedding day, and also pulled them out to celebrate our one-month anniversary and our one-year anniversary.” — Jess Kelly, health-care director, married October 2015
Whether you’re hosting friends and family or jamming out on your own, your husband will love this sleek speaker. It does so much more than just play music (like report the news and provide sports schedules and updates), and can be controlled with just your voice!
Move over bride, this one’s for him! A wedding gift for a groom should be as tasteful as this watch box made of acacia wood with linen lining and brass accents to house his fancy collection. The groom is also entitled to some spoiling on his wedding day!  
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.
Many brides are starting to love the idea of a bridal boudoir photo shoot. These sensual and exciting images are taken by a professional photographer, and then combined in a beautiful album to create a seductive and exclusive wedding day gift. If you’re comfortable with the idea of a boudoir shoot, then a boudoir album is the perfect present for your groom-to-be.
“Generally, my favorite gifts were actually just things that people picked off my registry. I took a lot of time to pick them out, so they were definitely things I needed and wanted. I’ve been to weddings where it’s clear that the person registered for random crap or just signed up for a generic registry, or worse … had their mom pick out stuff for their registry. I love these glasses. They’re so cool-looking and super durable.” — Michelle Rego, attorney, married January 2015
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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.
In the Commonwealth realms, one can receive a message from the monarch for 60th, 65th, and 70th wedding anniversaries, and any wedding anniversary after that.[2] This is done by applying to Buckingham Palace in the United Kingdom, or to the Governor-General’s office in the other Commonwealth realms.[3]
Finally, a practical gift for the man who has everything – we bet he won’t have these! These shirt stays will stop your man’s shirt from becoming untucked by clipping it to his socks – genius! Even if he’s not a fan, you’ll both have a laugh when he undresses at the end of the night!
The wedding night is in most cases not what it used to be. Really a small number of us have sex for the first time on their wedding night. But what has stayed the same, and what will never change is that you will have your first sex like husband and wife.
“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
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?
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 favorite kitchen utensils are these silicone tongs. I use them almost every time I cook. My husband’s aunt wrote out three of her special recipes for us, and we both thought it was extremely thoughtful.” — Jamie Collins
A widely acclaimed mix of high style and high-fidelity, these ceramic, wood, and cork speakers sound as good as they look. No, they’re not cheap, but neither are the materials or the technology. More than that: haute decor has never sounded so good. The price includes speakers, amplifiers, and all necessary cables.
If your man already has everything he needs for the wedding day sorted, why not think ahead and buy him a gift he can use on your honeymoon? A pair of designer sunglasses would work for a beach honeymoon or a ski break, and luxurious toiletries in a leather washbag will always come in useful. We love this Stowaway set from Molton Brown.
One of the most popular wedding day gifts for grooms is a hip flask. You can have these engraved with special messages, dates or his initials so that it becomes truly his. There are a lot of different kinds of flasks, from metal to leather-bound. Choose a color and style that suits him. Bonus points if you fill it with his favorite liquor before you give it to him!
A self-programming thermostat is the least threatening version of learning AI. Nest’s thermostat takes digital notes of your preferred temperatures during the day and reprograms itself based on that infomartion. Of course, you can take over and change it from anywhere through your smartphone.
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!’
Finding the perfect wedding dress can be a hard enough decision for the bride. Looking presentable for work every day while juggling wedding-planning tasks? That’s a whole other challenge. Treat her to this curated box of clothes and accessories handpicked by stylists that come up with an assortment of pretty options based on her personal style.
Our sons stayed with their friends for the weekend and we headed off for a bed & breakfast in the mountains! My husband gave me a very beautiful pair of silver earrings while we were drinking some wine under the stars with candlelight. What can I say? It was a perfect anniversary.
12. Video messages from loved ones. I absolutely love this DIY gift! Come up with the list of people who mean the world to your fiancé and think of a few questions you can ask each of them: -Why do you love (insert fiancé)? -What’s the key to a happy marriage? -What’s the greatest memory you have with (insert fiancé)? Send these questions to everyone on your list and ask them to record their answers. They can just use their phones. Once you’ve received all the videos, use a simple movie editor to create a compilation. Set up a special wedding day viewing—before your fiancé starts getting ready (they’ll probably cry, after all). 13. A DIY scrapbook. Create a scrapbook filled with memories. Notes, photos, movie stubs, plane tickets, and anything else that tells your love story.

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Natalie Schack is an Oahu-based brunch enthusiast, full-time glutton, and freelance writer on the side, who’s constantly pumping out pages on topics ranging from all the pretty things, to some of the not-so-pretty ones. If she’s not in bed daydreaming about birthday party themes or biking through Honolulu with her untamable, impossibly lovable, rascal of a husband, you’ll find her locked in a heated debate about this or that science fiction film, hiking *all* the mountains, or drooling over a new, sexy slice of design that found its way over to her cozy corner of the Internet.”
17. Creative art. It could be their favorite print, something that’ll fit perfectly in your new home, or even a custom-made piece. Etsy, people…you won’t regret it. My Favorite: Are they obsessed with their pet (soon to be yours, too)? Have a portrait done! Check out local artists, like Minneapolis’ Splendid Beast.
8. Turn your husband gratitude list into a keepsake.  You’ve written down all the things you love about your hubby, right?  Great!  Now, take that list and turn it into a beautiful gift for him.  If you’re like me and haven’t been bit by the “creative bug” just Google the term: Free Printable and you’ll get plenty of DIY options.