Tired of giving cash or buying off the registry? There are still plenty of wedding-worthy ideas for your favorite couple. Get inspired (and start shopping) by these one-of-a-kind picks.Some of these items may no longer be available. Check out our newest roundup of gifts for newlyweds for more ideas.
Amid the new slow cooker and stand mixer, a rip-open-and-enjoy-right-away assortment of artisanal snacks will hit the spot.To buy: Starting at $180 for three months, mouth.com.
Chances are this pair didn't make the registry: These ceramic speakers will sound just as good as they look sitting on the mantel.To buy: $495, joeyroth.com.
For the entertaining duo, a hosting tool that’ll make it easy to identify the Gruyere from the English Cheddar.To buy: $35, abchome.com.
An elegant resin and marble bowl that will delight the seafaring duo with its nautical (and, er, symbolic) shape.To buy: $80, areaware.com.
An electrifying timepiece that’ll take that hand-me-down coffee table to bright new heights.To buy: $198, serenaandlily.com.
Purchasing art for someone else's home is a risky task. This unique chalkboard hanger will let that jet-setting duo mark the places they've traveled and find inspiration for future adventures.To buy: $100, shopterrain.com.
For college sweethearts or any couple worth rooting for, a charming melton wool pillow for tossing on a bare sofa.To buy: $75, schoolhouselectric.com.
And this little piggy holds up a set of cookbooks in the kitchen or dazzles a bookcase in the den.To buy: $30, cb2.com.
This 100% Australian merino wool throw is worth cuddling up with for movie night, reading the paper, and every other moment in-betweenTo buy: $180 each, schoolhouseelectric.com.
Far from elegant, but oh-so-practical: To have and to hold their dirty wash.To buy: $115, houseandhold.com.
Handmade to be a tray, but this stunning crystal weathered sterling silver can stand alone as a centerpiece.To buy: $380, bhldn.com.
A practical gift they can use for years—and years—to come. Bonus points if you help address them.To buy: Starting at $2 each, pinholepress.com.
Even if they don't have kids (yet), they'll love the opportunity to act like a child on a beautifully handcrafted cedar swing.
To buy: $295, kaufmann-mercantile.com.
A decorating piece for their back porch or yard. This unfinished pine house is just the hanger that their new nest deserves.To buy: $58, plywoodoffice.com.
Delicate hand-blown reminders that they are (and will always be) the toast of the town.To buy: $35 for two, bhldn.com.