Wedding Guest 101 / Gift Guide

Wedding Guest 101 / Gift Guide

1. A+R birdcage / 2. Jonathan Adler vase / 3. The Bruery ‘Preservation Society’ membership / 4. Emma McKinstry save-the-date necklace / 5. Rablabs fruit bowl / 6. Missoni throw / 7. Bobby Berk unicorn wall mount / 8. Bountiful cake stand (call or go there to buy) / 9. Rablabs platter / 10.  Tom Dixon candle set / 11. Heather Lins numbered napkins / 12. Chemex coffee maker / 13. The Smitten Kitchen cookbook / 14. Alessi lemon citrus squeezer / 15. Scalamandre by Lenox decanter

Choosing the perfect wedding gift can sometimes be equally as tricky as finding the perfect outfit. Sure the registry is there to make things easy for us, but sometimes you run into roadblocks. The item you have your eye on has already been purchased, or maybe you just feel that couple would appreciate something with a little thought and creativity behind it. I’m actually a fan of registries because when people get married, they want to build their own perfect home rather than a hodgepodge of random people’s tastes. It’s a way to make it very easy on their guests to pick out something you know for sure they want. But sometimes – and you’ll probably know when it’s one of those times – it’s just nice to go off the beaten path. I recommend only doing this if you feel you really know the couple’s style and are comfortable choosing something that suits them and their home. These are a few items that you likely won’t find on a wedding registry but are sure to make memorable and stylish gifts for the wedding, or even the shower or engagement party. 



  1. kirsty 07/16/2014 Reply

    that decanter is to die for! We have chosen to have a registry for our wedding next year, just to make things easier for guests but we would love something meaningful more!

    xo Kirsty