Pack up the ingredients for a romantic, homemade dinner for two. Frame their wedding invitation. Set it against a swatch of colored fabric or burlap to tie into their color scheme. Or their names. You can buy a pack of 100 Scrabble tiles starting at $4.99 on Amazon. Learn how to piece them all together. Or their love story. Print out copies of Google Maps or tear pages from an old atlas, and adhere them to heart-shaped wooden decals. (These are less than $5 on Amazon.) Then frame everything for a wall-worthy piece of art. Help cover postage for all those thank you cards they’ll have to send.
Design a custom set of mugs. Plain mugs are super inexpensive at craft stores. Give them something they can take care of together. Like a houseplant, or — even less maintenance — these adorable succulents planted in teacups. Stock the couple’s post-honeymoon fridge. It can be as inexpensive as some quick snacks and frozen dinners from the grocery store, or as elaborate as a week of homemade meals. Point is: they’re not coming home to the dreaded empty fridge. Or their pantry. Cookie dough and cake mix: both essential. Or their supply closet. Granted, it’s not most glamorous gift, but it’s one that will almost certainly be used and appreciated — especially if the couple is moving into their first place.
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