7 Unique Wedding Gift Ideas

Thursday, September 06, 2018




It’s the most wonderful time of the year…it’s wedding season! If you’re looking for a great way to celebrate all your soon-to-be wedded pals, then you can’t go wrong with personalized wedding gifts. But you don’t want to run the risk of gifting the bride and groom something that won’t get used or something that’s likely to be duplicated on the wedding table, so you’ve got to think outside the gift box, so to speak. Don’t think too hard, though, because we’ve got ample ideas for your consideration. Here are a few!

A Grown-Up Monogrammed Napkin Set—This is the perfect gift for the newlyweds who love to host dinner parties with a grown-up flair. Featuring a 100 percent cotton construction in your choice of either white or tan, these hemstitched napkins bring on the fancy factor for seated suppers. The couple who loves to wine and dine will also adore a set of monogrammed placemats. Both options also make great engagement gifts so they can be used throughout the planning cycle!


Monogrammed Napkin Set

A Set of Sweet Monogrammed Suitcases—You can be sure no one else on the guestlist will have thought of this! Personalized suitcases are ideal for the pairing who loves to jet-set, especially those who have big honeymoon plans or who spend a lot of time vacay-ing. Featuring a sweet black and white striped design with genuine leather accents, you know this luggage will get ample use. Pair them with monogrammed passport holders and luggage tags for an over-the-top option.

A Practical Monogrammed Cracker Tray—Another awesome gift for the host or hostess with the mostest, this monogrammed serving tray has plenty of room for some delicious crackers and cheese. Your fave couple will be able to create out-of-this-world charcuterie creations on this adorable accoutrement, and hopefully you get invited to share! Make it a fancy gift basket when you add some gourmet snacks.

A Pair of Personalized Water Bottles—Who says personalized wedding gifts can’t be practical? Surprise the couple in question with a set of custom CamelBak water bottles that you know will get one thousand uses. This is the perfect wedding gift for the sporty couple who loves to work out together. Each bottle features a flip-and-sip design, so it’s convenient enough for runners, cyclers, golfers and yogis.
Pair of Personalized Water Bottles

A Pair of Personalized Coffee Mugs If they’re coffee connoisseurs, start with a set of cute, custom coffee cups and then pick out some gourmet beans to create a coffee-themed gift basket suitable for even serious java freaks. Our personalized coffee mugs are made of 100 percent ceramic and come in an assortment of cute designs to honor any personality, whether it’s his or hers.

A Set of Monogrammed Tailgate Chairs—Need to buy for a couple of superfans? The winning gift is a set of two monogrammed tailgating chairs! Featuring simple folding designs and cute, custom backs, these personalized chairs are everything your favorite sports fanatics could dream of during tailgate season. To make it extra-personal, add a couple of game tickets or some spirited team gear for a themed gift.

A Monogrammed Towel Set—There’s no wedding gift quite as classic as a set of bath towels, but regular old department store versions are a bit on the boring end. Make it extra-exciting with a set of monogrammed bath towels that celebrate their new union. This complete set comes with two bath towels and two hand towels, so it’s perfect for newlyweds.

Monogrammed Towel Set

Tying it All Together: Finishing Touches


Once you’ve chosen your ideal personalized wedding gifts, make sure that you make it a presentation to remember by wrapping it up with a nice, little bow! If you want to make it even more thoughtful, be sure to add a few special extras that make it memorable. For example, if you’ve chosen personalized glassware, pair it with the couple’s favorite beverage. With any luck, you’ll be the winner of the best gift-giver award when wedding season ends!

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