5 Great Subscription Boxes to Give as Wedding Gifts

by aiowedding on April 5, 2017

Over the years, it seems like there’s more of a focus by bride and groom’s on experiences, instead of stuff.  More and more people are asking for honeymoon gift cards and the like, instead of extra china.  Moreover, those same folks are likely to enjoy something outside of the normal when it comes to a wedding gift. Here’s a few subscription boxes to try when you don’t see anything perfect on their wedding registry:

Try The worldTry the World: Really one of the fun subscription boxes out there, Try the World delivers a range of food every month from a different country.  From chocolates made on the streets of Paris one month to a Chilean Carmenere grape jam the next month, this is an essential purchase for the bride that loves to eat and loves to travel. It’s a fun way to experience the world, without having to leave the comfort of your living room.

treatsieTreatsie: If we’re being honest, this is one that we’d all look forward each month.  Simply put, a range of sweet treats from around the United States gets delivered to your doorstep each and every month. It’s a fun way to learn about the foodie culture around the country and see how different histories and group of people effect what people consider the perfect sweet treat.

Uncorked Ventures Wine Club:  The highest quality player in the wine club space, Uncorked Ventures serves up a varietal of lesser known wines and varietals made on the west coast only. A perfect fit for those looking to either expand their palate, or just to learn a little something about wine along the way as well. You’ll learn quite a bit through the most extensive wine club newsletters in the industry.

Misto Box: One thing we almost all need: a good cup of coffee in the morning.  Misto Box delivers a series of coffee’s from around the world each and every month with a focus on shipping coffee that has been roasted as close to the shipping date as possible.  For coffee lovers, it’s especially fun to learn about how coffee farming and roasting practices can change the flavors and quality of your morning cup of joe.

Blue Apron: The best known brand in our list, Blue Apron delivers ready to make restaurant quality meals to your home, on a weekly or monthly basis.  When you speak to long time subscribers they’ll almost universally tell you that the food is good, but learning to cook is just, if not more, important to them.  Food shows up often precut and ready to be cooked.  You can also customize your Blue Apron order each month depending on your own personal food allergies, preferences and more.
I think you’ll agree that any of these five subscription boxes would make for an outstanding, unique and memorable wedding gift for the bride and groom interested in experiences and less interested in things.

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