With all of the amazing wedding gifts available to order online, separating the good from the great can be tricky. We searched the web high and low and rounded up 25 of the best gifts we could find. From bath robes to wine club subscriptions, here are some of the greatest wedding gifts on the market.
Turn your favorite couple’s newlywed life into a nonstop spa-day with the gift of matching terry cotton robes.
A good wine club subscription is a gift that keeps on giving. Winc memberships start at 3 bottles a month for $39, and you can sign the newlyweds up yourself or simply give them a gift card so they can register for one on their own.
What could possibly be better than the gift of a good night’s sleep? Gift the couple with a set of plush, high-quality bed sheets and they’ll sleep more soundly—in style.
Ensure that your beloved newlyweds’ honeymoon travels go smoothly with a nice set of high-end luggage. Feel free to throw in a couple of fun luggage tags to personalize.
Give your favorite couple something wonderful to wake up to every morning with the gift of a quality coffeemaker that you can program to brew at any time.
The only thing better than gaining a life partner is the gift of an at-home, electronic personal assistant.
Honeymoon, shmoneymoon. Turn married life into a nonstop adventure with a nice Airbnb gift card they can use to plan future vacations.
Who doesn’t love a quality tea kettle? Upgrade the newlyweds’ kitchen with a fancy electric tea kettle that only looks super expensive.
Why buy a humdrum cheese board as a wedding present when you can gift them with a monogrammed marble and brass one instead?
Give a newly married couple the five-star treatment by presenting them with a set of luxury bath towels.
Don’t let the gorgeous fresh flower arrangements from the wedding end at the altar. Sign the couple up for a monthly flower subscription so they can keep the wedding vibes alive at home.
Stand mixers: They’re hard to bake without, but often too expensive to buy on a whim—which makes this one the perfect wedding present.
No newlyweds’ kitchen would be complete without a solid collection of cookbooks. This adorable set includes 5 iconic books (think James Beard’s American Cookery” and the “Joy of Cooking 75th Anniversary Edition) and looks equally awesome on a shelf.
Few things are more romantic than a perfectly packed picnic for two in the park. This English-style set comes with everything from wine glasses to a blanket and cooler—not to mention a lifetime guarantee.
Searching for a splashy gift that’s built to last? You can’t go wrong with a classic Le Creuset Dutch oven in a bold color—it moves from stovetop to oven with ease.
Why buy a boring old kitchen appliance for the newlyweds when you can gift them with the Rolls Royce of blenders? The commercial-grade Vitamix E310 comes in ten variable speeds and—gasp!—self-cleans itself in 60 seconds with just a drop of soap.
Encourage lots of future at-home date nights with a professional-quality bar set, like this copper-plated shaker, strainer, bar spoon, and jigger.
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Looking for a thoughtful gift that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg? Local Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) memberships start at just $10 and along with the gift of fresh fruits and veggies, help support the local economy.
Turn weekday nights into a reception-inspired party with a state-of-the-art wireless speaker and a preset playlist of the couple’s favorite tunes.
The mother of all vacuums, an iRobot Roomba will make the newlyweds’ housekeeping load a little lighter for years to come.
Prime rib, pasta, and lemon chicken in less than 30 minutes is a gift that keeps on giving.
A professional-grade knife set is a failsafe gift for just about anyone, but a real game changer for the newlyweds’ kitchen.
Never underestimate the power of a choice set of kitchen towels. These waffle-textured wonders are composed of soft organic cotton but have the soaking power of a heavy-duty sponge.
25. Cash money
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When all else fails, you can’t go wrong with the gift of cold hard cash. Include a nice handwritten card and voila: You’ve got a useful, but personalized, last minute wedding gift—no shipping necessary.
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