Holiday Gift Guide 2018: To Have + To Hold Edition.
The following guide is for anyone attending a holiday wedding (or any wedding, really) and wanting to give a memorable gift!
Lane and I tied the knot in December 2016 and I’ve been wanting to suggest some gifts for the brides + grooms out there for a while now! The following is a collection of gifts we loveddddd (but never thought to ask for), registry hits, and little things we’ve found along the way.
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two // Help create a home with these beautiful stockings from Chip + Joanna’s Target line. They are guaranteed to be a gift used for years to come.
six // Those wedding photos will be here anytime now and everyone wants to put some new frames up in the home! Consider giving a gift card to Artifact Uprising for quality prints!
seven // We asked for holiday sheets on our registry and I love pulling them out every year to get the season going! It doesn’t feel like it’s officially “Holiday Time” until these sheets go on the bed!
eight // This one is a biggie- especially for those moving into a new home together! Take a moment to get really practical + add some extra security to your home. I totally recommend this brand for that added layer of protection in your driveway.
nine // “I have too many coffee cups,” said no one, ever. It’s untrue. You always need more. And this company makes masterpieces out of morning brew cups :)
ten // You might think of it at first- but registries are the perfect place to ask for all those cookbooks you secretly want but know you’ll never buy on your own. I have a pretty crazy collection of cookbooks and they’re all thanks to my wedding guests!
eleven // It’s a clever idea to ask for gift cards to your favorite local grocery store. You two will be cooking lots of meals together and those groceries get expensive after a while!
twelve // RUN, don’t walk, to put this on your registry. Especially if you’re just building a kitchen together for the first time and you’re not an expert cook- this gift has returned its worth and doubled it in the first two years of marriage.