You're not just a regular friend, you're a bridal-shower-level friend. These special picks will show the bride-to-be just how well you know her style.
Write in her card: These are for her future "just because" flowers.
A gorgeous leather passport case will remind her that honeymoon bliss is just a few short months away.
This personalized hanger not only offers the perfect photo opportunity (featuring her new name!), it'll keep her dress safe on the big day.
Cheese knives are likely something they left off the registry, but every host needs a go-to set. This one is stainless steel, so it looks elegant without being a pain to clean.
This flower-embellished carafe looks like it came from your last trip to the Amalfi Coast. We'll keep its super-affordable price tag our little secret.
She'll love that she has one more thing crossed off her wedding day to-do list when you gift this personalized cake knife and server.
Her day-of nail color is likely one thing she hasn't thought about yet. Make it easy with these so-pretty neutrals that she can bring with her to the salon.
Emboss her new last initial on this genuine leather guestbook for future wedding guests to sign on their way into the reception.
These crystal glasses are one of Amazon's best sellers for a reason: They feature deep edge and olive cuts, sophisticated enough for a special occasion without costing a fortune.
This carry-all is big enough to hold her wedding day essentials without being a hassle to tote around. (Priority goes to the dress, of course!)
No matter how they take their cup of jo, these dainty spoon will let them both enjoy their morning mug.
These sheets from the top-selling mattress company promise soft, crisp and airy cotton that will make their new bedroom feel like paradise. (Necessary for the post-honeymoon blues).
This sentimental gift will symbolize the life they are about to embark on together, and can be used for all those DIY newlywed projects.
Starting at $50
Remind them that their fairytale ending is just a short time away with this silver-plate engraved frame. Add your favorite photo of the two of them for a personalized touch.
$20 for set of 4
This set of napkin rings seamlessly blends into almost any tabletop decor — and the bride-to-be will think of you every time she entertains.
Starting at $240
These beautifully crafted contour maps offer a unique way for the happy couple to display a place important to them. Customize a cartographic that represents a place that's important to them —like the city they met or the location they got engaged.
A gift that will benefit the bride and the groom, this ultimate kit includes a spatula, BBQ fork, tongs, basting brush, two skewers and four corn cob holders. Plus, the zip-up carrying case can be monogrammed with their new last initial.
$17 and up
Combining bathroom essentials will be so much less of a headache with a set of spa-like apothecary jars.
This lace one-piece gives her a comfy yet sexy bedtime option for when all those other lingerie gifts get uncomfortable.
Help the newlyweds welcome future guests with this elegant fern wreath, compliments of Chip and Joanna Gaines.
Give them a spot to safety keep their new set of jewelry with a side for both him and her. The clean design of these ceramic dish matches any décor, so they can choose to keep it in the bedroom or the bathroom.
Dinner for two (or more!) has never been easier with this starter set: Williams-Sonoma Newlywed Cookbook and Williams-Sonoma Newlywed Entertaining.
This clear (read: not clunky!) wine rack has a sweet story behind it: It was designed by husband and wife Robert and Cortney Novogratz. A stack of three holds 12 bottles, the perfect starter collection.
This ceramic measuring cup quad will make an eye-catching addition to a baking-lover's kitchen.
Give a gift that's just so "adult" — aka fancy bookends made of elegant agate. Go with a blends-with-anything beige if you're not sure of their future decor plans, or choose green, purple, or pink if you know they love color.
Give the bride-to-be a sweet catch-all for her new set of rings (psst...choose the first letter of her future last name).
What goes well with a wine rack? Wine! This sparkly set hails from three different regions (France, the United States, and Spain) and pairs well with everything from appetizers to meat and fish.
$48 for set of 4
Treat the happy couple to celebratory glasses that they'll use for anniversaries to come.
This freestanding, prismatic frame looks like a piece of artwork all in one. Before you wrap it up, print and place a sweet picture of the couple.
You can get this ribbed-patterned blanket personalized with the bride-to-be's future last name. It's the perfect accessory for a cuddly movie night.
If the couples' starter home = apartment dwelling, let 'em dream of future estates with sprawling gardens.
$40 for three
Help set the mood for a romantic dinner for two with this delicate trio of brass-plated steel candle holders.
$9 and up
Out with the drugstore soaps and toothpaste blobs on the sink — in with a sleek new set of crisp white bathroom accessories. Oh, you are such a good friend.
$32 for set of 6
Make weeknight meals and outdoor dining all the more cheerful with this playful set of cotton napkins.
If the bride and groom have booked their tickets already, gift them a corresponding coffee table book that will excite them for future travels — and remind them of happy memories after-the-fact.
Luckily, these brides have a good sense of humor.