Give a little: Big-day gifts for your special someone

Photo: Robert Llewellyn Photo: Robert Llewellyn

You’ve pored through the registries, made a list of practical needs for every room in the house and created a honeyfund for that trip to Bermuda. But what about that special from-me-to-you gift for your spouse on the big day? We’ve got some ideas for you.

For her

Wish bubble bath from Roxie Daisy Light some candles and let her unwind at the end of the day in a luxurious bubble bath with the rejuvenating scents of vanilla bean, rice flower, jasmine leaves and sugar cane. $50, roxiedaisy.com.

Boris mink scarf from Scarpa This triangular mink scarf with magnetic closures will keep her warm and remind her that she’s worth it. $1,480, thinkscarpa.com.

For him

The Guardian midnight blue dial watch from Fink’s Jewelers He’s a classy guy, so he deserves a classy watch. $675, finksjewelers.com.

Dopp kit from Eljo’s That gallon-sized Ziploc bag holding all his toiletries isn’t cutting it anymore, so this beautiful canvas dopp kit will do the job. Available in three colors, $85-95, eljos.com.

To share

Sunrise hot air balloon ride from Blue Ridge Balloon See the sun rise over the mountains, and then enjoy a breakfast of pastries, fresh fruit and sparkling cider. $240 per person, blueridgeballoon.com.

Cooking class from The Spice Diva Have you and your spouse always wanted to learn how to cook Moroccan food? Or brush up on your knife skills? Sign up together for a class with the Spice Diva. Various prices, thespicediva.com.

Wine club membership from Blenheim Vineyards A gift that keeps on giving: four bottles of wine three times a year, and as club members, tasting fees will be waived on winery visits. $225 per year, blenheimvineyards.com.

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