7 great wedding gift ideas

While brides everywhere are planning and pinning in preparation for their big day, we’ve stocked our shelves full of tip top homeware and kitchen tools. So, if you’re on the hunt for a present that any newly-weds would love to start their life with or are looking to add to your own registry, we hope these wedding gift ideas will help.


1. Chilewich Rectangular Bamboo Placemats

Whether you prefer a single shade or a palette of matching hues, these bamboo patterned placemats by Chilewich are a natural choice on which to perch your plates. Easy to clean and oh so pretty.

2. Muuto Unfold Pendant Lamp

Add a retro touch to your home with these pops of monochromatic colour. Hanging alone or in bold bunches, Muuto Pendant Lamps make for charming and well lit conversation.

3. Bialetti Moka Express Espresso Maker

Want to add a shot of culture and caffeinated harmony to married life? The Bialetti Moka Espresso Maker is a winning gift for any coffee fan.

4. Opinel Knives

Simple tasks become a pleasure when you’re working with tools that cut the mustard. This beechwood knife set by Opinel is a handy friend to have and looks sharp on any counter.

5. Menu Salt and Pepper or Spice Bottle Grinders, Set of 2

Salt and pepper are a reliable pair and look good standing side by side in these Menu Salt and Pepper Bottle Grinders. Something blue for ever after.

6. KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer

For all your mixing, whisking, kneading and baking tasks, nothing adds speed and style to your cooking like a KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer. A quintessential kitchen companion for life.

7. Le Creuset Cast Iron Cocotte

Weddings mean families and that means plenty more food. For that kind of quantity cooking, a Le Creuset Cast Iron Cocotte is the pot you want sitting pretty on your shelf for years and years to come.

We hope you find something here that will make your wedding registry sing, or possibly make any newly-weds smile from ear to ear when they unwrap these gems after the honeymoon.

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