As more couples wed later in life, it becomes increasingly challenging to know what to purchase engaged and newlywed folks for gifts. From engagement parties to bridal showers to housewarmings, the standby set of towels or pots just isn’t practical for most 30-something couples who have likely been living on their own for a considerable amount of time and in many cases have already been living together. This is one of the reasons Uncommon Goods is so bomb!
Those of you who have been rocking with Triple B for a minute know that we’re suckers for anything personalized. Uncommon Goods offers a wide selection of stylish — not cheesy — personalized lifestyle items. In addition, the price points are approachable (most items are less than $200) but the merchandise doesn’t sacrifice quality. Here are a few standout pieces we think Black Bridal Bliss couples would enjoy:
In today’s digital age where most of us rely on our cellular phone, television, computer or microwave to tell us the time, wall clocks like this one seem almost archaic. And that is precisely what makes it so charming. The maple wood finish adds a sleek element and is neutral enough to coordinate with most home decor. Bonus: The couple’s name and wedding year can be added for a small additional fee.
This board is practical for cutting fruits, veggies and the like but also a cool addition to any kitchen since it doubles as art. Win-win.
BLACK BABY BLISS BONUS! Whenever a family is expecting a new addition yet already has a child(ren) at home, the pressure to include the older sibling(s) in the “new baby hoopla” can be tough. That’s what makes this book so special. Adorbs and sure to be appreciated! Plus we are big advocates of child literacy here at Triple B.
The top featured item (Family Vintage Wine Box) is a no-brainer gift idea for the couple who enjoys sipping vino. So chic but not stuffy. This could be an especially nice anniversary gift for an already married duo.
Which of the above items would you be most interested in giving or receiving as a gift and why?
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