How to Find the Perfect Wedding Gift for Your Millennial Friends

If you're looking for a wedding gift for a younger couple, you may be feeling a little stuck. It's often difficult to know what you get people in their 20s or early 30s who are getting married. Fortunately, there are some great gift options out there that are perfect for younger newlyweds. Here are four gift giving tips for your Millennial friends who are getting married.

Think Unique or Handmade

In today's mass-produced world, the gifts that mean the most are often unique or handmade items that the bride and groom couldn't find at a big box store. Use sites like Etsy or Ebay to find unique gifts that your friends will be interested in. It may take a little digging, but your gift will easily end up being one of the most memorable.

Consider a DIY Element

Another great option for newlyweds is a gift with some kind of DIY element to it. Buying a gift that requires assembly or some other form of work will give the bride and groom a fun project to work on together. This kind of project can help them to pass downtime together and ensure they always have something to do.

Household Goods Are Still a Great Option

Although fun and creative gifts are great, practical housewares are still a very safe bet. This is especially true if the bride and groom haven't already been living together for some time before the wedding. Cookware, household tools, dinnerware sets or small appliances make good gifts for Millennials, just as they did for Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and other previous generations.

Buy Experiences, Not Items

If the bride and groom already have everything they need, consider giving them an experience rather than a physical present. A gift card to a restaurant they normally wouldn't treat themselves to or tickets to an event they would both enjoy can be the perfect gifts for the people who already have everything. Sometimes, these gifts end up being the most memorable for the couple.

Although these basic ideas should get you started, it's important to put some real thought into your friends' wedding gift. No matter what direction you end up going, you'll want to be sure that you tailor your gift to the couple's tastes and interests. Put some serious effort in, and you'll be able to enjoy the look of joy on the bride and groom's faces when they open your present.

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