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Best Places In DFW To Shop For Wedding Gifts

June 10, 2014 5:00 AM

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The wedding season has arrived, and with it comes the daunting task of finding the perfect gift. You can always go with the happy couple’s wedding registry, or you can select something from one of these DFW places that are guaranteed to leave a wow-worthy impression.
Design & Grace
2149 N. Aspenwood Drive
Grapevine, TX 76051
(214) 636-5675
www.designandgrace.com

Whether the newlyweds are gourmet cooks or not, you can’t go wrong with giving them something for the kitchen, especially something that’s unique. That’s why you’ll want to check out Design & Grace’s extensive collection of hard-to-find European kitchen products that range from Jura-Capresso coffee machines and Bosch small appliances to Menu wine accessories and Schott Zwiesel titanium crystal. The shop carries teapots, acme writing tools and an amazing array of Alessi products as well— so even the most budget-savvy shoppers are sure to find the perfect gift.

Madison
45A Highland Park Village
Dallas, TX 75205
(214) 528-8118
www.madisondallas.com

If you’re looking for a gift that’s sure to impress, Madison, as in Madison Avenue, is where you want to go. As you might expect, this ultra chic boutique offers plenty of posh goodies ranging from William Yeoward crystal to Herend fine china. But despite the luxury labels, you can still snap up some bargains. Everything from silver-plated frames and sets of agate coasters to quartz votives and monogrammed hand towels can be had for under $100.

Related: DFW Places To Buy Bridal Gifts On A Budget

The Winemaker’s Toy Store and Dallas Home Brew
1500 N. Interstate 35 E, Suite 116
Carrollton, TX 75006
(972) 323-7921
www.finevinewines.com

Gifts of wine or craft beer are always a good bet, however, you could go one step further and give a gift that will keep the love brewing. The Winemaker’s Toy Store carries everything anyone would need to make their own buzz-worthy brews or personalized wines at home. You can get the happy couple into this tasty hobby easily by giving them a wine or beer starter package that sells for under $100.

P.S. The Letter
5136 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
(817) 731-2032
www.pstheletter.bridgecatalog.com

If you want to get the newlyweds something traditional, this shop is the ideal place to scoop up a lovely treasure. Need something that can be engraved or monogrammed? Not a problem. Want to buy a Christofle serving piece or some Baccarat wine glasses to go with the couple’s collection? It’s here. There’s also a selection of gift items ranging from tabletop linens and china to crystal and silver that’s sure to please anyone’s style.

The Mozzarella Company
2944 Elm St.
Dallas, TX 75226
(214) 741-4072
www.mozzco.com

If the bride and groom are foodies, why not give them a gift certificate to one of Paula Lambert’s cheese making classes? If you want to be extravagant, you can enroll the newlyweds in one of Paula’s classes she holds in Tuscany. But, there’s no need to send them that far when they can attend one of the monthly classes, for $75 each, in Deep Ellum. And the best part is that not only will the couple learn how to make fresh mozzarella and ricotta cheese at home, but they’ll also enjoy a wine and cheese tasting at the conclusion of the class.

King Spa & Sauna
2154 Royal Lane
Dallas, TX 75229
(214) 420-9070
www.kingspa.com

If you’re wondering what to give the couple who already has everything, you might consider presenting them with a gift certificate for a couples massage at this unique 24-hour Korean spa. The lucky pair can indulge in either a Swedish or acupressure massage for $80 and up. But that’s not all, with a $17 general admission to the spa, the couple can enjoy access to everything from the water park and whirlpools to ice plunges and an assortment of sauna rooms.

Related: Best Wine Stores In DFW

Ilene Jacobs is a freelance writer living in Dallas, Texas. Ilene enjoys writing about a variety of topics, ranging from food, fitness and travel, to kids, pets and senior care. You can find some of her work at Examiner.com.
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