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Weddings come in all shapes and sizes. But the common force is love. And whether you’ve been invited to your second cousin’s second wedding or are standing at the altar alongside your best mates as they say “I do”, picking a gift to commemorate the occasion can be tough. Finding the perfect wedding present is all about balance. You want it to be thoughtful yet practical. Memorable but not blow-the-bank. And while there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to gifting soon-to-wed couples, leaning into homewares or hobby-adjacent presents is often a safe bet. If you’re dividing and conquering with other guests, float these ideas in the group chat – and don’t forget to sign the card.

Fazeek Wave cutlery set

Fazeek Wave cutlery set

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Cutlery is a classic wedding gift but this set is a less traditional choice. Add dimension to their dinner table with Fazeek’s wavy hand-cast wares in golden or silver tones. These sculptural knives, forks and spoons come in a pack of four so you can tailor your order to any household. $109/fazeek.com.au

Assouline Byron Bay coffee table book

Assouline Byron Bay coffee table book

Assouline’s latest tome is dedicated to Byron Bay. Within its 280-page fold, this coffee table book inspires the spirit of the beachy locale loved by so many Aussies. Let the duck-egg blue cover bring a splash of colour to their bookshelf and remind them of lazy summer days spent exploring sandy shores. $185/davidjones.com

Coravin Pivot Plus

Coravin’s aeration and preservation system isn’t just for the special bottles in their wine stash. The device helps to open up the profile of wine as you pour but it also offers preservation for up to four weeks. Argon gas protects any wine left in the bottle from oxidation, keeping the colour, taste and aroma in check. That means no risk of vinegary reds or soured whites going to waste in their weekly fridge clean-out. $244.95/coravin.com.au

Koda Nero Palo Santo fragrance

Koda Nero Palo Santo fragrance

Scent is one of the most powerful emotional tools. Help them create the best memories of their special day with this signature perfume from Sydney hair salon Koda Cutters. The genderless fragrance includes heart notes like sage, pepper, rose and iris amber woods with head notes of bottom birch, musk and incense. $250/kodacutters.com

Bed Threads bath towel bundle

Bed Threads bath towel bundle

If they’re linen sheet people, a bundle of bath towels from Bed Threads will be greatly appreciated. Made from 100 per cent flax linen with a waffle weave, the set includes two bath towels, two handtowels and a bath mat. We love the soothing vibes of colours like sage and olive greens. $261/bedthreads.com.au

Alex and Trahanas Vela cheese knife set

Alex and Trahanas Vela cheese knife set

Dairy lovers will delight in Alex and Trahanas’s sailing boat-inspired cheese knives. Designed by Italian-Australian industrial designer David Caon, the three-piece set is made with olive wood handles and 18/10 stainless steel blades. There’s a rounded spatula knife made for spreadable cheeses (like ricotta or a ripe taleggio) and pate. A pronged-tip knife designed for serving semi-soft cheeses, such as creamy blues, brie and provolone. And a cleaver knife for slicing aged cheddar, manchego, comte and other firmer cheeses. $280/alexandtrahanas.com

Clumsy Daisies Craft Series tablecloth

Clumsy Daisies Craft Series tablecloth

Spark conversation at their next dinner party with a handcrafted tablecloth from Melbourne brand Clumsy Daisies. Colourful doodles inspired by childlike drawings dot the white linen design and bring a playful vibe to the table. A set of coordinating napkins is the perfect added touch for the couple that loves to entertain. $289/clumsydaisies.com

Breville In Fizz Fusion soda maker

Breville In Fizz Fusion soda maker

Breville’s new carbonator is the perfect present for sparkling beverage aficionados. The compact design comes in three finishes that will be welcomed by most countertops and home bars – and can fizz juice, tea, cocktails, wine or water. The drip tray will catch any overflow and the metal-trimmed bottles (which come in one-litre and 600-mil capacity) fit into fridge doors. It’s a design-minded choice for anyone who has previously avoided the eyesore alternatives on the market.
$299/breville.com

Dinosaur Designs Resin Earth bowl

Dinosaur Designs Resin Earth bowl

Dinosaur Designs’ signature swirling resin pieces are decor chameleons. This large flat bowl can be used to serve salads or seafood spreads at dinner parties. But it also holds its own as a centrepiece on tables and sideboards. Choose dopamine-inducing hues like sky blue, flamingo pink and leaf green or keep it classic in black and white. $300/dinosaurdesigns.com.au

Basil Bangs Beach umbrella

Basil Bangs Beach umbrella

Colourful beach canopies are synonymous with Australian summer holidays. And Basil Bang’s fringe-trimmed umbrellas add a resort feel to days spent in the sun. Made from UPF50+ water-repellent canvas, the collapsible design stashes into an easy-carry bag that can also be used as a sandbag to secure the umbrella on windy days. $319/theiconic.com.au

Maison Balzac Bordeaux gift set

Maison Balzac Bordeaux wine decanter and wine glasses set

Maison Balzac is a favourite for its whimsical glassware. And the Sydney brand’s latest collection is one for the wine lovers. The handblown Bordeaux decanter and wine glasses are adorned with a cluster of glass grapes on the lid and stem. Depending on your budget, you could grab a bottle of their favourite red to complete the present. $389/maisonbalzac.com

Carlotta & Gee sheet set

A set of linen sheets is what sweet dreams are made of. And Carlotta & Gee’s French flax bedding is a top choice. Warm earthy tones in flat colours or classic stripes will make a welcome addition to any linen cupboard. Just remember to double check their bed size before you order. from $440/carlottaandgee.com

Broadsheet Gift card

Gift the couple of the hour a meal at their favourite restaurant to mark the occasion. The official Broadsheet gift card can be used at more than 10,000 restaurants, bars and cafes across the country. Available as either a physical card or an e-card for up to $500. You can also include a personalised message to suggest a specific venue or pass along your warm wishes. $500/broadsheet.com.au

Oroton Backgammon set

Oroton Backgammon set

For the couple that loves a night in, Oroton’s backgammon set is the perfect addition to their games cupboard. The graphic cream, pink and red board is a contemporary take on a classic set-up. It comes housed in a sleek leather briefcase, typical of the Aussie brand. A little friendly competition is sure to keep the spark alive.
$599/oroton.com

July Volume+ Weekender bag set

July Weekender bag set

The couple that loves a getaway will appreciate a matching set of Weekender bags from Aussie luggage brand July. Designed to meet airline cabin specs but also squish easily into the back of a rental car, these bags hold up to 42 litres (which is the same capacity as the brand’s signature wheeled carry-on). The water-resistant nylon comes in black, navy and grey options. $690/july.com/au

Ooni Karu 12G multi-fuel pizza oven

Ooni Karu multi-fuel pizza oven

Ooni’s ovens bring woodfired pizzas to backyards big and small. This portable design (which weighs about 15 kilograms) is perfect for setting up on apartment balconies, shared gardens or inner-city courtyards. It runs on wood, charcoal or gas. Make sure you secure a standing invite to any future pizza nights. $699/au.ooni.com

Breville The Barista Express coffee machine

Breville Coffee machine

Level up their morning routine with Breville’s barista-inspired coffee machine. This model grinds beans fresh for each cup and uses a temperature-controlled heating system to avoid that bitter, burnt taste. The steam wand creates a smooth microfoam that is perfect for showing off latte art skills. $799/breville.com/au

Caroline Walls painting

Caroline Walls painting

Art is what makes a house a home. And while choosing the perfect piece to hang is quite personal, a painting can make a very thoughtful gift to commemorate marriage. Melbourne-based artist Caroline Walls conveys the idea of fluidity in form through a mix of mediums. With a neutral colour palette and sleek Tasmanian oak frames, her paintings will complement many couples’ homes, whether they’ve lived together for years or are just moving into their first place.
$1400/carolinewalls.com

Mud Flared table lamp

Mud Flared table lamp

Known for its minimalist aesthetic and functional design ethos, Mud Australia has produced fun and elegant porcelain household objects since 1994. Working in collaboration with furniture, lighting and accessories designer Zachary Hanna, the brand’s founder and creative director Shelley Simpson created the flared table lamp to cast a warm glow across indoor spaces. Each piece is handmade in Sydney and comes in three colour options: blossom, dust and slate. $1500/mudaustralia.com

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