After your honey makes sweets for his sweet, he’ll stash away Great-Aunt Bessie’s secret cookie recipe in a desserts-only till.
Available at charlesfradinhome.com, $119.
Bread breaking becomes a lot cheerier with a tricolored plank of sycamore and food-safe milk paint.
Available at homeremedynyc.com, $108.
If you like it, then you shouldn’t put a ring on it. These funky multimedia coasters — made of wood, resin, rubber, and plastic — prevent annoying watermarks.
Available at mociun.com, $100.
Mom’s canapes deserve a proper retro presentation. She can dish them out (and you can take them) from this mad mod platter.
Available at leifshop.com, $80.
Break him of his grape jelly addiction (we all have our weaknesses) with quarterly deliveries of customized, small-batch jams and marmalades from Northern California.
Available at chezpim.com, $160 for twelve jars.
Your newlywed buds can’t stomach another plain-Jane platter. Spice up their collection with a Scandinavian dish in the shape of a ram or pig, two of Sweden’s Christmas symbols.
Available at huset-shop.com, $25.
You’ll definitely kiss the chef when he wears an organic-cotton smock that puts the “sauce” in isosceles.
Available at houseandhold.com, $45.
Sometimes they feel like a nut; sometimes they don’t. Sway them with a set of hearty wooden crackers poised to shatter kernels both large and small.
Available at patkimdesign.com, $90-$120.
Feed her passion for artisanal foodstuffs with themed packages (Cawfee Tawk Taster, The Meat Market) that celebrate small-batch purveyors throughout the state.
Available at newyorkmouth.com, $40-$300.
She’ll never go back to magnet canisters after laying eyes on these snow globe-like containers.
Available at momstore.org, $39.
Remind your modernist chef of the throwback classics with iconic British mixing bowls, available in either blue or red trim.
Available at shoppigment.com, $85.
Okay, so you put a ring on it. Help your friend’s future guests avoid the same faux pas with a set of geometric table savers.
Available at mollymdesigns.com, $45.
So he’s not yet a member of the wine-fridge club. Chill him out with a cooling spindle that brings both whites and reds to their ideal serving temps.
Available at surlatable.com, $25.
Revive memories of farmers markets past with flavor-packed sauces derived from the Yellow Roman, Pink Oxheart, and Green Zebra varietals.
Available at americasfarmstand.com, $29.
She always hits you with her best shot. Add a slug of glamour to happy hour with carved, rose-tinted phials.
Available at uncommongoods.com, $30.
Your flaky friend will catch more crumbs with earth-toned linen or recycled-cotton serviettes.
Available at nonperishablegoods.com, $45 for six.
The queen of Sunday spreads deserves blades befitting her buffets — like this cutting-edge trio inspired by 19th-century French cutlery.
Available at shopterrain.com, $128.
The hostess with the mostest loves elaborate elixirs. Milk her mixology generosity with four cocktail condiments.
Available at cocktailkingdom.com, $17.
A topper vents her pie crusts while whetting her appetite for indispensable Le Creuset cookware (future gifts take care of themselves).
Available at lecreuset.com, $5.
Kick his tailgating up a notch with a twee but hefty barbecue that invites year-round cookouts.
Available at westelm.com, $145.
Nacho average grater, the high-design, steel and cherrywood utensil catches just-shredded slivers in its cellar.
Available at alessi-shop.com, $103.
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