The best of...this year’s wedding gifts

Custom Heirloom Bowl, Tina Frey Ice Bucket, and more

Custom Heirloom Bowl

This handcrafted, hand-stamped earthenware bowl “says it all.” Its plainspoken commemoration of the couple’s big day should win it repeat appearances at anniversary meals.

$88, palomasnest.com

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Source: NYMag.com

Mr. and Mrs. Pillowcases

A little cheeky, a little High Bauhaus, these personalized cotton pillowcases look great in a minimalist bedroom. And yes, you can go with whatever wording you prefer.

$50, redenvelope.com

Source: NYMag.com

Tina Frey Ice Bucket

“Meet the cool new version of the go-to wedding gift.” Leather handles and white hand-cast resin meet in a chic party tool fit for indoor or outdoor entertaining.

$120, alderandcoshop.com

Source: Real Simple

Grow Old With You Terrarium

Not all newlyweds will appreciate a terrarium, but the miniature gray-haired couple snuggling on a park bench in this one make it a unique and charming tribute to a long shared future.

$125, uncommongoods.com

Source: XOJane.com

Hand-carved Rope Swing

The bride and groom will feel like two kids in love with this beautifully crafted cedar swing, which can be customized with a secret message. One day, they might have children who’ll enjoy it too.

$195, kaufmann-mercantile.com

Source: Real Simple

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