Awesome and unusual wedding gifts for the bride and groom
Wedding gifts can be a bit of a minefield – if the happy couple don’t have a registry or aren’t going for money for their honeymoon – it can be hard to know what to get them. You don’t want to end up with a boring gift or with something that they already have. In terms of spend, it is normal to spend roughly what your meal costs but you are free to spend what you want of course. Here are some of our top picks for unusual wedding gifts.
If your happy couple is going straight on their honeymoon, you’ll need to avoid perishables but if you know that they will have a chance to pop food away in their cupboard or freezer, some luxury items like chocolates or pastries are a nice touch (even nicer if they can take them on the honeymoon).
Food samples go down very well and allow the happy couple to experience a few nice and tasty goods.
Give the new Mr. and Mrs. a gorgeous set of champagne flutes like these flutes with a stand or Interlocking Flutes from Confetti. For something a little more unusual, try these Modena Sculpted Wine Glasses.
When the happy couple gets bored of staring into each others’ eyes, they can gaze at the stars from the comfort of their own living room with Sega’s Home Planetarium. For a little extra romance, you can even turn on the shooting star function and make a wish.
Settle any arguments with a little help from Alexa in the form of the Echo and keep the marital peace.
Keep your bride and groom connected on their honeymoon with luggage that can charge their phones, like this suitcase.
Get out in nature
Help the newlyweds get some fresh air on their honeymoon with some bees and beer on a Rural Beekeeping and Beer Tasting for Two.
Forge ahead with building memories
Building shared experiences is perfect for married couples and you don’t have to go with just the normal experiences – for a truly unique gift, send your loved ones off to be blacksmiths for a day at Oldfield Forge.
As long as you’re not bothered by the happy couple having your gift before the wedding, send them to forge their own wedding rings. A fun gift and you know that they will be using what they make together!
Let them decide for themselves
The Happily Ever After box from Tinggly offers lots of choices of experiences and with such variety, your newlyweds are sure to find something they like.
Encourage your loved ones to remember the highlights of their lives together with a One Line A Day book, where they can add a small thought each day and revisit treasured memories.
Make their threshold truly personalised with a new doormat from Etsy. You can use nicknames if you’d prefer, as long as they wouldn’t mind the postman seeing them!
Marriage, An Owner’s Manual makes a great gift for those who enjoy a laugh and will be a fun little book for them to read from time to time. There’s also a Haynes Manual that can be consulted for additional issues.
Or if you think that the couple are likely to spend some time lounging around, get them matching, comfy Waffle Robes to snuggle in.
Are the newlyweds planning to spend a lot of their time travelling? A Scratch Map will help them chronicle their adventures, as well as being a nice piece of art for their wall. Scratchmap.com makes stunning maps that the newlyweds will treasure for years to come.
For all the little bits they receive, they can store them in this fabulous Keepsake Library.
If there’s nothing that your couple needs and you still really want to get them something, you could always offer to pay for something or offer something you already own, like your veil or tiara, or perhaps offer to pay for the flowers or contribute towards a photographer.
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