10 Wedding Gift Ideas for the Couple Who Have Everything

07 Dec 2015

Buying wedding gifts can be tricky. Get inspiration from these 10 wedding present suggestions

1. Decanter


If the lovely couple are a fan of a beverage or two, treat them to a glass decanter so they can't present their spirits elegantly in the home. This set of two design from Amara comes with a matt black beech tray with chic brass handle fittings and is presented in a gift box.  

£150 www.amara.com

2. Experience workshop


Help the bride and groom make a memory at a workshop or experience day. Whether they’re the outdoor type and would like to try out archery, climbing, or hot air ballooning, or prefer a more relaxed setting is preferred there are so many options out there.


For chocoholics, the Bean to Bar experience from Hotel Chocolat in Covent Garden is ideal. They’ll learn how to make chocolate straight from the cocoa bean with a skilled chocolatier on hand, while sipping on Prosecco, and then leave with a goody bag. Yum.


3. Record player 
Cater to their musical tastes with a retro record player so they can have many a romantic moment playing old soundtracks together. If you know their first dance song and it’s available on vinyl, why not buy the record too, to make this a super special gift. 


This vintage-inspired Crosley Cruiser Turntable is packaged in a briefcase design to make it portable and has built-in stereo speakers. Available in orange, black, tweed, blue or red.


4. Champagne flutes


Classic gifts always go down well, and a pair of quality Champagne flutes whisper luxury without being over the top. Try Vera Wang for Wedgwood’s Love Toasting Flute Noir duo, which inspired by her jewellery collection.


5. Clock


For close friends of the bride and groom who are familiar with their home décor, a clock is an unusual ad useful present. Minimalist and designed by architects, this marble wall clock from Black by Design features lacquered brass hands and exudes timeless style. Ideal for edgy couples who love simplicity.


6. Photo frame


Don’t let the newlyweds keep their wedding photography hidden away gathering dust. With a tasteful photo frame they can print their favourite shots and showcase them long after the wedding. This unusual circular Umbra Luna collage frame is from John Lewis.


7. Bookends


A pair of bookworms with an eye for vintage can add the finishing touch to their bookshelf with these bookends. We love this aged looking gold pineapple set made from painted wood. 


8. Personalised chopping board


Couples whose favourite pastime is cooking together will enjoy a personalised chopping board for their food adventures. Congratulate the newlyweds with this bamboo cutting board which features a personalised message over three lines.


9. Espresso set


Coffee addicts will be in their element when they receive a set of beautiful espresso cups for their morning coffee. This quirky set of four bird-themed ‘Birdy II’ porcelain cups are presented in a gift box with matching contemporary feathered friends on the front.


10. His ’n’ hers items


Anything that says his and hers is a sweet way to express your joy for the wedded pair. This set of cushions from Debenhams designed by Ben de Lisi is an affordable fun gift for the couple who has everything.


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Paul 31 March 2017
An anniversary sundial is a good idea, it is a clock that tells time using the sun. We have one that sits on the window sill and makes rainbows in the room when the sun shines. It was handmade just for us with a special date line that the time shadow follows on our anniversary day each year, and there is a mark on that line that the shadow touches at the actual moment of our ceremony. We’ve had it for several years and it works great – I think it is one of the best wedding or anniversary gifts that I have ever heard of!


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