Out with the boring and in with the bold!
You asked, (let’s be real, you googled) and as usual data analysis has answered. Zola, the internet’s wedding registry mecca has pored over their internal data to answer the age-old question: what’s the best gift to bring to a wedding?
We know what you may be thinking… you’re close friends with the couple. You know them. You’re absolutely, 100 percent, sure they’re going to do backflips over that gigantic Live, Laugh, Love canvas that you just can’t seem to find a place for in your own home.
But, hear me out because this year’s picks check all the boxes… they’re handy, they’re enduring, they’re personal, they’re… colorful kitchen items!
No matter the couple’s skill set – from Instapot connoisseurs to Top Chef nominees – we’ve got you covered with a gift they’ll love… in every price range.
As always, all items listed can be bought locally but we also included the links to order online for all you procrastinators out there.
And, once the tea is ready, the lovebirds can let it cool off in this refreshing Peppermint Green Teapot. $31.99, Orson Gygi, SLC
This vibrant Baccarat Mosiaque tumbler set is a crisp new spin on a crystal glassware classic. $1,470, O.C. Tanner, SLC
This KitchenAid Artisan 5 Qt Tilt-Head Stand Mixer in the color Bird of Paradise is certain to mix it up in more ways than one. $379.99, Orson Gygi, SLC
The bride and groom will love this aquamarine French Press a latte. $57.95, Hip & Humble, SLC
This Fiery Orange Ceramic Loaf Pan is certain to give any kitchen a dash of brilliant color. $11.99, Orson Gygi, SLC
Grab the newlyweds an Olive Oil Cruet in a color they’ll o-love. (Also comes in blue, orange, and sea salt gray!) $18.95, Hip & Humble, SLCTina Frey’s hand-crafted crimson pieces bring a bold new look to her iconically sleek designs. Bowls: $50/each, Cups: $170/set of four, O.C. Tanner, SLC
This navy blue Covered Roaster Pan will have the couple prepared – and excited – to host their first Thanksgiving. Pro tip: the lid can be used for additional pan! $179.99, Orson Gygi, SLC
This terracotta tangerine cloche is a modern take on a kitchen classic. $87, Glass House, SLC
This cherry red canning kit might just score you some jams and jellies from the newlyweds this spring! $11.99, Orson Gygi, SLC
And, last but not least, these Kate Spade Deco Dot Serve + Store containers make leftovers a whole lot more fun. $50, Orson Gygi, SLC