Maybe the wedding you’re attending has a well-thought out registry, but everything is already claimed. Or maybe the couple went with no registry at all so you’re flying blind. And then there are the couples who you know just threw a registry together at the last minute out of a sense of formality and you want to get something that they’ll actually appreciate. Either way, there comes a time when you are going to a wedding and don’t have a set of gifts to choose from. You still by all means still have to get a gift for the couple. And that’s where these picks come in handy.


Grand Tour Projects Watches

Watch brand Projects Watches has made a name for itself by creating unique timepieces that toe the line between art and design. The Grand Tour is no different. Cleverly designed to accommodate two time zones, this is a great option for the newlyweds who travel a lot for work and want to always know what time it is back home. — Brett Braley


Misto Box Coffee Subscription

Some of the best presents aren’t one that have a price, but the moments newlyweds share together. Think, for instance, of the moments in bed over a couple of coffee. Mistobox offers a subscription service that delivers ground or whole bean coffee right to the happy couple’s door. Depending on the subscription package, it’s as low as $12 per month to bring a little extra joy – and a few shared moments – for your newly married friends to savor every morning. — Brett Braley


Leny Slippers

Keep the spa feel going long after the honeymoon is over with a pair of Leny’s slippers for the bride and groom. These handmade Italian slippers are velvety soft with a calfskin inner upper for ultimate comfort. Paired with the Vibram sole and four vibrant colorways to choose from, this is a gift that they’ll wear time and time again. — Brett Braley


Coop Pillow

Is a good night’s sleep the last frontier of marital bliss? Possibly. And Coop makes it easy to settle into a new life together. Using memory phone and microfiber fill, Coop’s original pillow is easily adjustable to each person’s preference while giving an insanely comfortable night’s sleep. So whether she likes it a bit firmer and he goes for a nice, cushy pillow, each can have what suits them best because, hey, isn’t marriage all about compromise? — Brett Braley


A Plant From Easyplant

Plants are the kind of gift that keeps on giving. They boost your mood, clean the air, and they add life to a room instantly. Unless you kill it, of course. That’s why the gift of Easyplant is brilliant because their system is self-watering, cutting the time you have to spend watering by at least half, if not more. Choose from small plants to big indoor trees, and you can even select based on maintenance and sunlight requirements. They also ship free. — Amos Kwon


Large Dry Duffel Bag

Give the couple the gift of dry gear. Yep. Filson’s newest luggage takes the form of a dry bag in a travel-friendly duffle form. It has 90 liters of capacity, and the roll-top and dual lock closure top ensures a waterproof seal. The rugged PU-coated nylon body is also incredibly tough, so it won’t shy away from the rigors of travel. The nylon web handles go all the way under the bag for heavy loads, and the should strap is padded and fully adjustable. It’s the perfect match for that couple who is going to the islands for their honeymoon (and after). — Amos Kwon


Inbox Tray Trio

The lost art of written correspondence will never match what it was in the past, but that doesn’t mean a hand-penned card or note won’t be appreciated. Make it easier for the couple to do so with this aesthetic set up. The Hard Graft Inbox Tray Trio is special enough to be the impetus to do so. The thick but soft vegetable-tanned leather trays can easily house stationery, pens, stamps, etc. Each one has a felted wool and leather lid that doubles as a divider to keep archived items in the bottom of the tray. Stack them, and they make a beautiful monument to the art of handwritten correspondence. — Amos Kwon


Weekend Getaway in Nature

The couple might want to reminisce about their honeymoon without actually going back to the same location. Give them the gift of Getaway House that offers beautiful tiny home rentals located in nature and just outside of metropolitan areas. Often Packs provide multi-day discounts, and the costs are incredibly reasonable. — Amos Kwon


Aventure.2 Ebike

Get together with some friends to go in on a pair of bikes that the couple will cherish all year-round. The Aventure2 improves on the Aventure’s off-road capability and power with a new, built-in torque sensor that makes pedal assist far more intuitive and natural. The Aventure.2 will hit speeds of 28 mph and also provide between 20 and 60 miles of pedal-assisted riding or 30 miles without assistance. The 720Wh lithium-ion battery juices up in less than five hours. It comes in step-over and step-through models. — Amos Kwon


Getaway in Bali

In many cases, experiences are a better gift than objects. Consider this your inspiration to find the getaway that matches the couple. The Balian Treehouse on Airbnb is located in the midst of a stunning tropical landscape, and the beach is three-minute walk. The two verandas overlook palm trees, a pool, and gardens. It provides a state of relaxation that’s not unlike anything stateside, and for less than a hundred bucks a night, don’t be surprised if your friends don’t return anytime soon. — Amos Kwon


Resilient Rocks Glasses

Silipint rocks glasses look legit, but they’re deceptively resilient thanks to their semi-rigid silicone construction. The thick base leads to tapered walls, and the materials don’t impart or retain flavors, so they can be filled with the highest proof spirits. As a bonus, the 12-ounce glasses can also take on hot drinks as well as cold. The best part might just be their unbreakable ability to endure overserved individuals. — Amos Kwon

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Unzip your coat and have some mulled wine on the house—you’ve arrived at your final gifting destination: The Holiday Gift Guide. It’s like your friendly neighborhood one-stop holiday shop, except instead of balsa wood ornaments, ours is packed with thoughtful gifts for everyone on your list. Future heirlooms, small-but-significant stocking stuffers, and gear for getting out there (or staying in)—are all right here. There’s no music playing in the background though, so you’ll just have to hum Bing Crosby while you click around instead.

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