Gifts for newlyweds who have (almost) everything

Finding the perfect wedding gift can be hard, but finding the perfect gifts for couples who seem to have everything can be even harder. And with so many weddings taking place this year after being postponed due to the lockdown, this year’s wedding season is set to be a big one. To help you in your search, we’ve curated this edit of thoughtful gifts the newlyweds can enjoy together, featuring ideas to suit a range of budgets too, from smaller gestures to statement splurges and everything in between. Because they might have everything, but they (probably) don’t have these...
1. A set of glasses
Whether they’re wine drinkers, beer lovers, or cocktail connoisseurs, they’ll treasure every time they enjoy their favourite tipple in a glassware set they were given for their wedding. Choose from sets of two glasses for the loved-up pair, or four glasses for people who love to entertain.
2. A vase
With weddings comes bouquet upon bouquet of flowers, from the bride’s and bridesmaids’ posies to venue decorations and even celebratory gifts. Give them a statement vase so they can take the blooms with them after their wedding, and fill their home with reminders of their special day.
3. A photo frame
Personalise their present by filling a photo frame with mementoes to remind them of their wedding day. Use a multi-frame and add all sorts of treasures, from candid photos you took on the dancefloor, a flower from the groom’s buttonhole, to table numbers, wedding invites and more.

4. Initial coasters

Add a personal finishing touch to their wedding present with beaded coasters monogrammed with their initials. Wherever they place them in their home - office, bedside table or living room - they’ll be reminded of their wedding day every time they have a cuppa.

5. A jewellery box
A velvet-lined jewellery box will make a lovely gift for the bride or groom to keep their wedding jewellery and other treasured pieces safe and protected on their dressing table. Make sure you choose a box with a separate ring compartment to hold wedding or engagement rings when they’re not being worn.
6. Wall art
Celebrate their love in spades with framed wall art to decorate their walls. Find a piece that matches their home and personalities perfectly, from graphic patterns and inspirational quotes to more subtle designs, all framed and ready to be hung in their home as soon as they unwrap it.
7. A travel book
If they need a little inspiration for where to go on their honeymoon, then a travel book will give them everything they need to plan their romantic escape. Travel experts Lonely Planet publish holiday books for many different interests, from activity-based trips to more relaxing ones too.