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Stuck for wedding gift ideas? Check out our edit below…
Has anyone else suddenly received a flurry of wedding invitations? We don’t know about you, but our diary is fully booked with weddings, from friends, family and co-workers. As excited as we are to watch our loved ones tie the knot, the panic of getting the perfect gift is starting to set in.
If you’re lucky enough to have received a comprehensive gift list from the couple in question, then there’s very little to worry about. However, if like us, you’ve arrived at said list and all that remains is a plain old stainless steel saucepan (not quite the meaningful wedding gift you had in mind), or, you just feel like making an impact this wedding season, there’s a few other ways to show just how much you care.
When it comes to wedding gift ideas, there are lots of options that you can go for. You can take the classic route and treat the soon-to-be newlyweds to some stylish new homeware. Or, if the happy couple are the sentimental type, you can’t go wrong with a photo frame for them to display a picture from their special day.
However, if you are wanting to give them something a little more unique, we recommend getting a personalised gift that they can keep forever.
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We’ve included a range of wedding gift ideas to suit everyone’s budget, so you don’t have to end up spending a fortune. There are a few gendered products in this round up, but the majority can be bought for any couple, however you identify, because love is love and everyone deserves a special gift on their big day.
If you’re stuck on what to wear, don’t forget to check out our guides to the best wedding guest dresses and flower girl dresses. For any brides out there, we’ve also put together a handy guide to the best high street wedding dresses under £500. You’re welcome.
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So, without further ado, keep on scrolling for our pick of the best gifts…
Emma Bridgewater Polka Dot Mr & Mrs Mugs, £44 | Liberty
We had to start with a classic gift. You can’t go wrong with a set of mugs, especially when they are as cute as this. This gift-boxed pair make an ideal wedding present and include wedding vow typography. Made of earthenware, they’re dishwasher safe for everyday use.
Biscuiteers Congratulations Letterbox Biscuits, £24.99 | Selfridges
Who doesn’t love biscuits? This Congratulations set is housed inside one of Biscuiteers iconic illustrated boxes. Iced in bright colours, there’s an edible spiral, star, balloon and bottle of champagne. The letterbox friendly box also makes this a great gift if you are unable to make the special day.
Crosley UO Exclusive 1986 Bluetooth Vinyl Record Player,
was £98 now £78 | Urban Outfitters
The newlyweds can relive their first dance again and again with this stylish Bluetooth vinyl record player, complete with dynamic, full-range stereo speakers.
Mr And Mr Personalised Wedding Print, £19.99 | Not On The High Street
We love this personalised print, and it’s perfect if you are looking for something different from your usual gift idea. It can be personalised to add names, a date and a wedding venue.
Visit to The View from The Shard with Champagne for Two, £86 | Virgin Experience Days
If you are struggling for a gift idea, why not go for an experience instead? Treat the happy couple to an unforgettable day out experiencing London’s highest and best view with entry to The View from The Shard with a glass of Champagne each.
Le Creuset Enamelled Cast Iron Heart-Shaped Dish, £190 | Amazon
Your kitchen isn’t complete without a Le Creuset dish. For a wedding present, opt for this heart-shaped version.
Patterned Large Glass Vase, £24.99 | H&M
Chances are a lot of flowers will be arriving at the couple’s house in the next few weeks, so treat them to a stylish vase like this one from H&M.
Taittinger Brut Reserve Champagne Magnum, £89 | John Lewis
Another classic gift. As one of the few Champagne Houses to remain owned and managed by the family, the hallmark of Taittinger is the high percentage of Chardonnay used in their winemaking, providing a style of elegance, delicacy and finesse.
So, there you have it, our favourite wedding gift ideas. Which one will you go for?