great wedding gift ideas
Somebody's getting married? Gift-givers, take note.
Published Mar 9, 2015 2:00 PM
custom address stamp
Make it official with a personalized stamping tool that will come in handy, well, until they move…
The vibrant red enamel coating on this oven-to-table server makes it a piece that will grow old with them. Bonus points for the top that doubles as a trivet, which makes entertaining oh-so-easy.
mixed pair candle holder
Every candle needs a stylish match. Elevate their first dinner party with a dazzling set of nickel-plated holders.
up down long neck bud vase
A lineup of bud vases that marries edginess and elegance. Just add seven stems.
First anniversary. Saturday evening cocktail party. Any ol’ Tuesday night. As if they needed another reason to break out the bubbly.
East coast. West coast. North coast. Gulf coast. Geography-inspired birch coasters that make great furniture protectors (and conversation pieces).
ours decanter set
They say the couple that drinks together, sticks together. Start them off right with this set, which includes a decanter and two low-ball glasses.
Meet the cool new version of that something blue: hand-blown glass ice bucket in a refreshing shade of aquamarine.
classic cookbook set
A set of five culinary must-haves, including How to Cook Everything, in water resistant jackets so good-looking that the newlyweds won’t feel guilty about never (ever) cracking open.
initial heart cutting board
Bound to be a treasure: Personalize this maple-wood cutting board with two initials.
Think of it as useful: fill with fruit. Look at it as art: display it empty. Gorgeous either way.
A modern day spin on the his and hers gifting angle that involves one special couple cruising all over town.
Neatly groomed greenery delivered right to their door? Bet no one else will think of this creative pick