18 Gifts to Give Every Couple On Your Summer Wedding Circuit
In between the ages of 20 and 55? Then chances are, you’ve got a wedding or two to attend this summer. Or maybe even… six? You’ve gotta buy plane tickets, book hotel rooms and, obviously, get a new dress to wear. Oh, and you need to buy that couple you love the perfect gift! Naturally, we’d like to make that process a wee bit easier, whether you’re able to spend $20 or $200. We’ve teamed up with Target Wedding Registry to select a collection of 18 gifts we love. We’ve got picks for the folks who always host parties and dinners, for the outdoorsy types and for the music nerds who love to rock out. Happy gifting!
For the Host and Hostess
This is the couple whose door is always open. They are always hosting dinner parties, impromptu cocktail hours and Sunday brunches. And they can always whip up a cheese plate in a matter of minutes ;) If they don’t already have a staple dutch oven and mixer, you’ll definitely win them over by splurging on those. We also love the idea of giving them a pair of these colorful tiffins, for taking lunch to work or a picnic on the go.
($27);($10); Guy Fieri 7 Quart Dutch Oven ($73); Oh Joy! Tiffin Box Meal Carrier ($18); KitchenAid Artisan Mixer ($400); and Anchor Hocking Beverage Dispenser ($28).
These are your go-to friends who always answer the age old question of “what to do this weekend?” They’re already ready to hit the road at a moment’s notice and know all the best camping spots around. We’ve included a couple classic outdoorsy finds like the Stanley Classic Bottle and Coleman Tent. If you’re not sure what they have, go for a couple cabana chairs and a beach towel or two.
For the Outdoorsy Adventurers
($18);($130); Woven Picnic Basket ($25); Low Yellow Cabana Chair ($30); Stanley Classic Bottle ($25); and Coleman Instant Dome ($100).
From creating dorky two-person music videos to being the first to tell you about your new favorite musician, this couple loves to rock. They love modern ways of listening to music as much as retro ones, and love sharing headphones. Bonus points if you pair a record player with a couple LPs picked out just for them.