Summertime means wedding season is upon us. Now your clients can find cute gifts for all their favorite brides-to-be. These items are functional, beautiful, and give newlyweds something to look forward to even after their big day.
Happy Go Licky’s silk wrap bracelets make an ideal bride-to-be gift. The unique focal point of this bracelet is the sterling silver clasp that states the definition of marriage. HappyGoLicky offers 30 different bracelets in 16 colors.
DGordon’s delicate, handmade “his & hers” ring bowls are a great place for couples to rest their rings when washing dishes or retiring for the evening. Each piece is unique, and doesn’t have the sterile sameness of machine-made products.
Mélangerie’s To Have & To Hold tote is the perfect double-entendre wedding gift, favor, or everyday carry-all. The bag is made from organic cotton, carries its natural color, and is lovingly silk-screened. At 16-in. wide, brides will certainly be able to fit all their day-of necessities.
Available in paperback and hardbound, Nostalgia At High Tea’s wedding planners offer hand-crafted inspiration for brides who cherish the entire journey to “I do.” While the planners are designed to keep the bride well organized, they also have in mind the bride who desires to hold onto every memento for years to come.
Deighan Design’s “Wifey” T-shirts are the cute and comfortable way for a bride to get ready on her wedding day, or even to wear during the bachelorette party. Made from lightweight and soft jersey with a dolman style sleeve, each shirt comes in white, light gray, charcoal, and black.
Itty Bitty Bag’s bride makeup bag is the simple, elegant, and efficient way for a bride to store all of her day-of necessities. Each bag is handmade, and every one has the same attention to detail. Plus, they are customizable so each bride can be sure to keep track of her things while still feeling extra-special on her big day.
These Mr. & Mrs. Mugs from Art Haus Ceramics are for the couple who loves hot and homemade coffee. Each mug is hand thrown, and engraved with the year on the bottom — a great reminder of the couple’s newlywed status.
Photography by Kimberly Pham