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The best wedding gifts to buy now

Searching for the perfect wedding gift to give for upcoming nuptials? From light-hearted homewares to delightful design pieces, peruse PORTER’s pick of the presents worthy of best-guest status

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For the TEA DRINKERS

Tea fans will love this matching duo of delectable gold-plated porcelain tea cups and saucers, courtesy of Luke Edward Hall’s joyful, mythological-inspired collaboration with Ginori.

For the HOSTS WITH THE MOST

The art of celebration gets a decadent upgrade with L’Objet’s gold-plated, handcrafted champagne bucket. From the brand’s Deco Leaves collection, this design piece is inspired by the glamor of 1920s’ dinner parties – and should secure you an invite to test it at the recipients’ table.

For the TRAVEL LOVERS

The perfect engagement present for those who love to plan, these sleek nuptial notebooks give a matrimonial twist to Smythson’s signature ‘Panama’ diary. The books are appropriately crafted in white textured leather with gilt-edged paper, while the presentation box is a legitimate ‘something blue’.

For the DESIGN AFICIONADOS

Elevate an ornamental present with a distinctive design aesthetic. Tom Dixon’s beautiful brass ‘Bash’ bowl, which takes its name from the hand-beating technique used for its sculptural shape, will become an instant favorite accessory.

For the MINIMALISTS

Raawii’s large ‘Alev 02’ vase is an utterly alluring addition to a space. The brand’s sculptural, handmade earthenware is bold but unassuming, and comes in striking hues with a smooth, matte finish.

For the STYLISH SNUGGLERS

A seriously sumptuous gift comes in the form of this wool, cashmere and silk Loewe leather-trimmed blanket, perfect for enhancing a cozy night in for the newlyweds.

For the FUNNY VALENTINES

The best presents are personal and perhaps a little cheeky, which perfectly sums up Anissa Kermiche’s trio of ‘Rock Bottom’ ceramic tea light holders. Celebrating natural irregularities of beauty, the light-hearted home accessories don’t follow a proportional formula, so no two are exactly the same.

For the GAME PLAYERS

Alexandra Llewellyn’s exquisite luxury backgammon set will become a meaningful heirloom item, designed to be played and passed down through generations. This impressive tournament-sized board, made from London oak and printed with vibrant photographic butterflies, is a sure-fire standout centerpiece for the coffee table.

For a DIVINE PAIRING

Rose quartz is said to be the stone of universal and unconditional love, so Jia Jia has fittingly shaped these completely unique, characterful pieces into hearts. The stones have been detoxed through an ancient purification process and given a smooth, polished finish, too.

For the CANDLE CONNOISSEURS

Diptyque’s bestselling ‘34 Boulevard Saint Germain’ is a classic for a reason. The notes of moss, blackcurrant leaves and sun-dried figs give an earthy yet sweet aroma, housed in one of the brand’s iconic embossed vessels plus elegant gifting box.

For the NEW HOMEOWNERS

A gift that looks as good as it smells – Loewe’s home fragrances are potted in attractive terracotta earthenware and inspired by Jonathan Anderson’s favorite childhood scents. The sweet, fresh ‘Tomato Leaves’ diffuser will help to make any house feel like home.

For the NATURE ENTHUSIASTS

Apt as a vase to display wildflowers or foliage, Marloe Marloe’s stoneware vessels are inspired by the intricate forms found in nature, and the studio’s eye-catching pieces are handmade by artisans in small batches. This ‘Lucie’ design gives a contemporary update to a traditionally sculpted vase.

For the SERENITY SEEKERS

Baobab Collection’s ‘White Pearls’ candle, with its comforting notes of smooth white musk and sweet jasmine, is an elegant, iridescent gift housed in a beautiful handblown glass vessel.