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To be filled with salted almonds and gummy candies or car keys and spare lipsticks.
Even if the coq au vin is a little dry, the Le Creuset presentation will impress even the toughest critics.
This fancy cheese board will hopefully warrant two thank-yous: one written and the other in the form of a wine night at their place.
Nothing says “Let’s celebrate!” quite like a monogrammed bar set.
Between endless crystal candlesticks and stainless steel appliances, the couple may be grateful for a fun, kitschy gift. Bonus points for pre-planting a succulent inside.
If cash feels a little impersonal, look to a universal travel gift card like Honeyfund—redeemable for things like airfare, hotels and dining out.
For a more permanent place in their minds (and home), treat them to a fabulous piece of framed artwork.
Helping your friends start their cookbook collection is nice, and throwing Chrissy Teigen into the mix is necessary.
Chances are a blender is going to be on their registry. Might as well get them the best.
Because these Champagne glasses won’t match their registry set, they can be used as special occasion glasses, reserved exclusively for anniversaries and that evening when the little tyke finally goes to bed on his own.
Pro tip: Try to slip this special-edition Instax camera to the bride and groom before they leave for their honeymoon.
For the couple who has everything, give them a DIY herb garden that they can grow whether they live in a five-story walk-up or a white-picket-fenced Colonial.
A pitcher adds a certain level of sophistication to a weekend brunch or holiday dinner—the rose-gold accent is just the cherry on top.
This speaker will bring their parties to life thanks to the easy-to-use Sonos app. Confab with a friend to get two so the pair can have different playlists going in different rooms.
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