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9 Unique Wedding Gifts You Never Thought of Before
Wow the happy couple—and stand out from the rest of the guest list—with these unique wedding gifts!
Mr. and Mrs. Luggage Tags
Send the newlyweds off on their honeymoon in style! These Mr. and Mrs. luggage tags ($12) are made of soft leather and will add a little touch of romance to their travel luggage.
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Gold Box Wine Rack
Does the stylish couple love a good pinot grigio? This box wine rack ($35) is a modern take on the traditional kitchen accessory. The clean lines and on-trend gold finish will look beautiful on any kitchen countertop.
Travel Gift Card
Help the newlyweds fulfill their wanderlust by giving the gift of travel! You can purchase a Hotels.com gift card ($10 to $2,000) and the bride and groom can use it to stay wherever they want. (We’d recommend a Route 66 road trip.)
A great wedding gift inspires the couple to take some time for themselves, like this adorable heart-shaped picnic basket for two ($147). What makes it even more special is that inside the basket, they’ll find everything they need for a picnic in the park—even wine glasses.
Cooking dinner together can be a fun way for busy couples to relax. Gift them this five piece pasta machine ($60) so they can make delicious fresh pasta! Make it part of a gift basket and include your favorite gourmet pasta sauce and a colander.
Pour-Over Coffee Dripper
Attending the wedding of a couple of coffee fanatics? This brass and wood pour-over coffee dripper ($40) has to be one of the most unique wedding gifts out there. It’s not only great for making slow-brew coffee, but beautiful to display as well.
Help those crazy lovebirds leave each other romantic notes by giving them this framed letter board ($25). Once used as pricing boards in restaurants and stores, letter boards have made a huge comeback as a chic decor accessory.
30-Minute Meals Cookbook
For a busy couple, 30-minute meals are a godsend. What’s even better about this cookbook ($22) is that all the recipes only use one pot! Now, thanks to you, they won’t even have to fight about who does the dishes.