Wedding Season is upon us! Fingers crossed we'll be able to attend more weddings in person and fewer via zoom. However you're celebrating your favorite couples this year, we've gathered gifts that are truly unique and as one-of-a-kind as the people you love the most.
Scroll down to see some of our favorites and then head over to the Wedding Gift section to pick out the perfect, timeless gift for the happy couple!
Large Salad Bowl
Every couple can use an oversized serving bowl and this one does not disappoint. Large, classic style and truly one of a kind. Made by Boston Florence Penault, this is a fail-proof gift for any couple who loves to entertain. Shop our Large Salad Bowl here.
Speaking of entertaining, we've added our stunning serving boards to our gift guide. Perfect for anyone who prefers a good charcuterie board to cooking. (I'm mean...who doesn't?) Ours are handmade in Brooklyn and feature striking details that make a beautiful statement no matter what you serve. Shop our Circle Walnut Board here.
Handcrafted Korean Kitchen Knives
These knives have been a crowd pleaser from day one. Truly unique, beautiful and functional, these knives are hand-crafted from old railroad tracks and are of the highest quality for the seasoned chef. Pick from five stunning styles here.
Who doesn't love fresh bath linens? Its a fail-proof gift for just about anyone and ours are made from the softest cotton and linen. From natural and white linen to color pops of color in our Turkish towel selection, there's a style and color for your favorite couple. Check out the entire collection here.
One of the newest additions and without a doubt, one of our favorites! Its finally warming up and time to spend the evenings and weekends outside. This is perfect for entertaining outdoors and for those long-awaited bbqs.
Portable, cordless and rechargeable, the candlelight is a flickering LED lantern with a removable hand-blown glass dome. Shop the stunner here.
Check out our entire wedding gift round up here!
Since 2006, I’ve attended 17 wedding as a guest. I usually give something from the register as well as something not on the list. I attempt to give the present some thought and time.