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Travel Wedding Gift Ideas

What to get as a wedding gift for the couple who seem to spend more time on the road than at home may not always seem easy. You want to get them something they will love, something they will use, and something they might not have already picked up on their travels.

For the couple’s next big adventure, being just a short walk down the aisle, you might want your celebrations with them to be more than another kitchen appliance from their registry. Intrepid couples may have a honeymoon registry that allows their wedding guests to crowd-fund the couple’s post-wedding trip, but if now, we have listed here some other wedding gift ideas that are thoughtful and useful, not just for the honeymoon, but for all future trips together.

International Cookbook Collection

For the couple who enjoy food from all regions of the world, an international cookbook collection is the perfect gift. It’ll take them years to work their way through the cookbooks, each brimming with recipes on how to cook traditional Mexican, Thai, Lebanese, Chinese, Spanish, Peruvian, Nordic, and Italian dishes

The adventurous duo

For the truly adventurous duo, the ones setting off to hike an active volcano on their honeymoon, a set of Barbour waxed jackets will suit them in cooler climates as they are water-resistant and perfect for trail hikes. The jackets also get better with age.
A survival kit will prepare them for years of taking on the wilderness together as it comes with an emergency fishing kit, flint, water purification tablets, and more.

Relaxed travel plans

If the newly-weds prefer more luxury on holiday, we recommend silk pillowcases that claim to be anti-aging, anti-bedhead, and anti-sleep crease. Add a hangover kit to recover from the wedding celebrations with a morning-after skin-care cure of creams, lotions, and masks to revive overstressed skin and tired eyes.
For a purely practical wedding gift, a set of 4-in-1 colour-coded plug adapters will keep the newly-weds connected to friends and family back home.


For those who like to take a lot with them, consider a wedding gift of new luggage complete with jewellery holders, laundry bags, and shoe sleeves to keep clothes and accessories in place whilst en route.
If day bags are looking a little scruffy, a wedding gift of upgraded, leather knapsacks for him and her will be most welcome.
A leather weekender can be personalised with their name monogrammed with a new set of initials.
A passport cover and luggage tag set makes it easy for the newly-married couple to keep their most important travel document safe and secure. Get the bride and groom their own set to have and to hold for years ahead and have them monogrammed for easy identification on the airport carousel.

Documented trip

For the couple who love to document and look back on their trips, a personalised print or a set of reclaimed wood frames will help to keep their travel memories on a wall at home.

Armchair travellers

Add some travel guides to a region you know they wish to visit and allow your couple to enjoy a virtual trip without leaving their home. Combine this with a subscription to a travel magazine. Create a hamper to include a can cooler, fan, shades and other fun items so the couple can enjoy the sun at home whilst exploring the pages of their travel guides.