7 Best Bridal Gifts in 2020
Saturday, 08 August 2020

 Now that your good friends or members of your family are about to tie the knot, it's time to start looking for the perfect bridal gift to show your support for the beautiful couple. Think about their interests — and the things they typically enjoy doing — and make sure your gift reflects that enthusiasm. 

 From personalized gifts and bridal lingerie to bathrobes and monthly subscription boxes full of their favorite foods, there are all kinds of bridal gifts from which to choose. Here are seven of the best bridal gifts to give in 2020.

1. Personalized Anniversary Journal

One thing couples love to do is to look back on happy memories from their wedding day — and the anniversaries that follow — to revel in the happiness from those celebrations. As such, gifting them a personalized anniversary journal will allow them to keep all their memories bound in one place and so they can have something to look back on as the months turn into years.

2. Bridal Lingerie

One gift that surely won't go to waste on their wedding night is a gorgeous bridal lingerie set or two. If you're looking for the perfect gift for the bridal shower, then bridal lingerie is a great option and one not many people will likely opt for. It's a timeless gift, but with a modern twist. Pick out something from a great selection of bridal lingerie, from garter sets and open cup bras to lace teddies and babydoll sets. 

3. Matching Parachute Classic Bathrobes

After all is said and done and the wedding festivities are over, there's nothing the bride and groom likely want more than to relax. And what better way to do that than in matching plush parachute bathrobes after a nice, long shower or a relaxing bath. Made of soft, thick material and big pockets, these robes are the perfect gift for the bride and groom. 

4. A Mouth Subscription

Great for the foodie couple that just got hitched, the Mouth subscription box will give them a taste of amazing, curated artisanal foods. From pickles and chocolate bars to cocktail mixes and popcorn with white truffle oil, there is an option — or two or three — for every food lover. Prepay for a one-, three-, six- or 12-month subscription package and have these nifty boxes delivered directly to the bride and groom's home (after the honeymoon, of course).

5. Monogrammed Ceramic Serving Platter

Do the bride and groom like to entertain guests? Then, a monogrammed ceramic serving platter is a great gift they can use while entertaining. You can opt to include just their initials or their full names and then make sure to have the date of their wedding engraved in it (i.e., "established, month, day, year). It's a cute way to give the bride and groom something they'll appreciate for years to come.

6. His and Her Stemless Wine Glasses

The perfect gift for after the honeymoon, his and her stemless wine glasses will allow the couple to sip their drinks in style without worrying about whose glass is whose. It's a cute way to commemorate the new union and give them something to show off as newlyweds.

7. Happily Ever After Stepping Stone

If you're a sucker for personalized gifts but don't like the idea of a journal, consider getting the happy couple a stepping stone for their backyard garden. You can score one for about $20 to $30 at Wal-Mart and have it engraved with their names and the date they got married. This kind of memento also makes a great anniversary gift.

Finding the Perfect Gift

Finding the perfect bridal gift in 2020 should be a cinch with this list of ideas. To start, narrow down some ideas based on what the couple likes and the activities they enjoy doing. If they're wine lovers, a set of stemless wine glasses would be a great gift. Likewise, if they're foodies, the Mouth subscription might be a better choice. Whatever you choose, make sure it aligns with the bride and groom's interests and lifestyle.
 
 
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