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DIY Wedding Gifts, Homemade Gifts & Iift Baskets For Newlyweds
DIY Wedding Gifts, Homemade Gifts & Iift Baskets For Newlyweds

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DIY Wedding Gifts, Homemade Gifts & Iift Baskets For Newlyweds

What’s better than a high-end gift that you buy from your favorite store? A gift that comes from the heart of course. These homemade wedding gift ideas were specifically selected because of how practical, thoughtful, and meaningful they are.

Not good with your hands? Don’t worry, we have a few unique items and gift baskets that you can buy online. Conversely, if you love a challenge and consider yourself a mastercraftswoman, you can take these ideas as a blueprint for something you can build yourself!

Bride Box Subscriptions

A bride subscription box is the gift basket that keeps on giving. This is an enjoyable experience that you simply cannot reproduce yourself. First off, a miss to mrs bridal box has too many items to compete with, at far less of a cost than you would purchase individually. Secondly, bridal box subscriptions arrive on a monthly or accelerated, depending on the package you choose, basis. That frequency is probably something you are not ready to commit to.

MisstoMrs curate a variety of subscription boxes that make for perfect bridal shower gifts. They focus on providing the bride with high quality items that help her plan and celebrate throughout the weeks and months leading up to the wedding.

Bride Box Subscriptions

Modern Cutting Board

We’re all 3 Michelin star chefs, if we find the right YouTube tutorial that is. This cutting board manufacturer clearly understands that way we cook these days, and provides a very convenient iPad holder so we can follow our recipes with ease. We can’t wait to never have to worry about cleaning olive oil and flour out of our charging ports ever again!

The artisan members of our audience will have fun carving and whittling this uniquely practical diy wedding gift.

Rustic Serving Tray

What’s the difference between a run of the mill breakfast and a luxurious experience? The presentation. This rustic serving tray transforms your meals into the feeling of 5-star hotel servants tending to your every need.

The brilliant thing about this option is that it can easily be a homemade wedding gift. With carefully selected wood and hardware, and a little bit of patience, you can make a beautiful custom version of this tray.

Spa Tea

There are many Spa Day gift baskets that you can find online, filled with trendy items like bath teas. These aromatic satchels are always a hit and crafty wedding gift ideas for the DIYer. Because you know the bride so well, you can easily curate her favorite flowers, epsom salts, oats, flowers, and herbs to make bath time feel like spa time.

Dip Mugs

A matching set of mugs for the newly formed (and soon to be growing) family is never a bad wedding gift idea. There are no shortage of online shops that allow you to customize names, dates, and other images that fit the bride’s home decor.

For that personal touch, do it yourself! One of our favorite wedding gift craft ideas, dip mugs require little to no artistic ability. Pour her favorite tones of nail polish into some hot water, dip the mug, and ta da! A gorgeous marbled pattern. Go the extra mile by including high end coffee beans and teas in a gift basket and some other feel-good items  to complete the package.

Custom Coasters

You can order a huge variety of coasters from many online shops. They look good and they’re efficient. To make it more personal, this is another one of those low impact homemade wedding gift ideas. We’ve all seen the YouTubers and TikTokers using resin to create gorgeous masterpieces. You can do the same with a simple square or circle frame and some cute items like seaglass, four leaf clovers, petals, or other personal items that you know she’ll love.

Unique Wine Rack

Many newly married couples strive to increase their dinner party lifestyle. That usually means enhancing cooking skills and a closer relationship with wine. Gift the new couple a show stopping wine rack like this.

If you prefer sending diy personalized wedding gifts, be prepared. The joints are a little more sophisticated here and require a little bit of know-how or a very thorough YouTube tutorial.

Author: Svitlana Yefimets

Svitlana is the chief editor and in control of all Wedding Forward content since 2017. She started writing in 2012. She is an expert in details concerning venues, gifts, ceremonies, music, and everything about real weddings. If you want to collaborate with us, send her an email. She spends her leisure tasting dishes, discovering new restaurants, and staying fit through yoga!

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