6 Unique Gift Ideas for the Bride-to-Be

Whether the bride-to-be in your life has a registry or not, sometimes it’s just more fun to pick out that uniquely creative gift that you know she’ll treasure. Plus, it beats giving her a card with some cash in it. Need some ideas? We’ve got you covered.

Inspire the couple to spend time in the kitchen together with The Newlywed Cookbook. It offers 130 recipes accompanied by gorgeous photos, and also serves as a guide to domestic bliss.


Tell her how important she is with the 12 Ways You Made a Difference Journal. Blank pages with prompts like “The best advice you ever gave me” and “Our favorite day together” invite you to journal, scrapbook and share the memories that will make her feel special.


This sweet silver-plated charm pin represents something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. Perfect for pinning inside the wedding dress for good luck.


Here’s a fun twist on the classic flip-flop and perfect for beach honeymoon brides. “Just Married” is imprinted on the bottom so that anytime she takes a walk on the beach, the shoes will leave their mark on the sand.


The Foot Petals Runaway Bride Set gives her everything she needs to create a spa in her wedding shoe. Comes with numerous cushions and comforting insoles, plus a pair of spa socks for after-party care.


If she’s the fashionable sort, she’ll adore the Kate Spade bride bangle. It’s engraved with sweet sentiments like, “Kiss the bride” and “Tie the knot.”



  1. Morgan Gray says:

    Hi there,

    My sister recently got engaged and named me her maid of honor, so I’ve been looking into wedding-related topics, issues, and ideas like this on her behalf, which is how I came across your blog. I am really inspired by the wonderful little community you have created and wanted to reach out to you to see if you ever work with other writers on posts for your site…

    Again, with my sister’s wedding around the corner, I’ve been thinking of and learning about so many things that could be of real use to people in similar situations and am looking to do some blog writing on it. I’d love to bounce an idea off of you, get your insights, and maybe (hopefully) create a useful piece for you and your readers..

    Thanks in advance! I’m really looking forward to hearing back from you.

    Best wishes,

    Morgan Gray

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