A is for Alabama, B is for Boston, C is for Cairo…remember your travels- or spell out your name- with cute map letters.
Urban Outfitters | Buy
Bring this jute tote along on trips to the farmers market, errands or wherever you need to carry all of your stuff in good Eco-consciousness. The chic white Indian print makes being environmentally friendly so much more attractive than the reusable bag from the grocery store.
Amazon | Buy
Help the newlyweds get their grill on with a cutting board bearing their names. Made of solid sugar maple wood, this sturdy board will last for years and always remind them of when they got married, way back when.
Red Envelope | Buy
Simply stated, a sweetly displayed quote from The Outsiders adds a warm and homey touch to your pad.
Monkey And Squirrel | Buy
The happiness of the day calls for equally excited decor. Say it loud and proud with a custom wedding banner, bearing the new couples’ names and any design that suits their fancy. These banners make for a cute backdrop or photo prop, as well as a sweet keepsake.
Foosie Design | Buy
What a unique (and useful) way to celebrate having a new last name. Personalize a chalkboard as a gift, or a couple could use one in lieu of a guest book. Chalk it up to a happy new life together.
Uncommon Goods | Buy
What gift could be more thoughtful than a gorgeous, hand drawn, watercolor map of where the happy couple met, got married, or started a life together? Swiss Cottage Studios will create a lovely map including all of the important points of interest along with darling illustrations. Go ahead and splurge- you know you’ve always wanted to be the one to give the favorite gift.
Swiss Cottage Designs | Buy
(Prices vary by design)
Baby, you light my fire. Give your guests a favor that is as useful as it is cute. Customize the design of the matchboxes to suit your taste and place them strategically around the reception- in the restrooms, on the bar or near the group of smokers huddled outside.
KatBlu Studio | Buy
These sweet smooching goldfish are layered on top of pages from vintage French magazines, and adding the bride and grooms’ names amps up the uniqueness. A whimsical and sweet gift, frame this original piece of mixed media artwork for your favorite newlyweds.
Coco de Paris | Buy
A handsome monogrammed plate is a fitting gift for any new couple, and noting the date established is a sweet touch. This plate might be too sentimental to eat off of.
Aedriel Originials | Buy
Designed by Jim Hodges, this lush tan and aqua throw ‘reflects’ his poem from one side to the other: “If there had been a pool it would have reflected us.” Aw! What a great excuse to snuggle.
MOMA Store | Buy
For a serious tailgater, serious gear is required. Insulated and waterproof, the cheerful, easy-to-spot orange trolley will smoothly tote tons of goodies to the next big game and fold up neatly when you’re all out of beer.
Crate and Barrel | Buy
Perfect for the budding butcher or pork lover, Drywell’s colorful print makes a stand-out addition to a kitchen or dining room. This playful porker is an exceptionally fine piece of meaty art, which is a little educational, a little humorous, and a lot awesome.
Drywell Art by Alyson Thomas | Buy
This softening multi-tasker gives you the most bang for your buck: Use directly on your skin to moisturize or as a fragrance, or add to baths or use as a massage oil. Whichever you choose, the result will be one blissed out body. With fragrance notes like almond, marzipan and vanilla, you will smell as delicious as you’ll feel.
Carol's Daughter | Buy
The dessert possibilities are endless- and well groomed- if you pour your batter into a baking mold that rocks handle bars. Who wouldn’t love blowing the candles out on a mustache?
ModCloth | Buy
Bold & Nobles’ print makes a bold impact wherever you display it in your home. Word to the wise, however: Staring at this circular piece while consuming a cocktail could lead to falling over or crossing your eyes.
Bold & Noble | Buy
The hip bone is connected to the…salt shaker? This is the ideal gift for your favorite orthopedist or that one clumsy friend who can’t stop crashing into things. This bony set from Stiles in Clay will either make them wince or laugh-hopefully both- and, eventually, season their dinner.
Alexis Bittar | Buy
Lay out your picnic spread or wrap yourself up after a dip in the pool- either way this blanket/towel hybrid is a clever new summer staple.
Nomadic Thread Society | Buy
Roomy and nearly indestructible, load up on a bunch of Baggu bags and schlep in style.
Baggu | Buy
If you prefer your vinaigrette shaken, not stirred, invest in a eye-pleasing shaker that adds style to the table and flavor to your salad.
Grounded | Buy
Seasoning never looked so pretty. Keep your salt handy while cooking with a lovely glass bowl perfect for prep or snacks.
Canoe | Buy
The mind boggles at how such intricate detail can be cut from paper. This unique and sentimental silhouette of a couple on a bicycle makes a great gift and can easily be framed, though it looks pretty cool on its own.
Papercuts By Joe | Buy
This charming linen tray is technically meant for children, but we won’t tell if you use it to pass around treats at your next party. Made in Lithuania by Fog Linen.
Mjolk | Buy
There is nothing grosser than realizing a tantalizing picnic spread has suddenly turned into an insect playground. Toss on a few food covers to protect the delectables and chow down without having to check for tiny legs. (Ew.)
Bed Bath & Beyond | Buy
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