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How to Choose His and Hers Gifts

Shopping for a twosome can feel doubly hard. Scouting his and hers gifts is all about celebrating the happy couple who make a perfect match. After all, it's the special occasions, like an engagement party or wedding, where you often need to search out the best gifts for two. Here's what to how to think about gifts for a pair of lovebirds who are, quite simply, better together. 

1

Keep them coordinated

Look for matching gifts for the coordinating couple. Gifts that coordinate by color or style are a perfect choice for the cute couple who love to look and feel like a true pair. You can even find many matching finds for the home, like a set of stemware labeled "his" and "hers." 

2

Set up him and her for date nights in

Many nights aren't spent out on the town, so consider ways to upgrade the couple's date night in - especially for the pair who enjoys snuggly evenings of binge-watching Netflix. Help them spice things up at home with fondue, wine, or cookware for making a cozy meal together. 

3

Choose a sentimental gift

 Look for gifts that include a message of love, like home accents with typography that spells out an inspirational phrase or word. Consider personalized gifts that feature photos of the pair or boast a special moment, like the couple's big date.

4

Upgrade the essentials

The happy couple shares everything, so now's a good time to give a gift for their shared home. They'll appreciate saying goodbye to hand-me-downs and starting fresh. Even a new set of pillows feel like a little indulgence.

5

Consider what they love to do together

The couple that plays together stays together. Think about gifts that celebrate a shared interest - from kitchen picks for the cooking enthusiasts to travel accessories for the couple with serious wanderlust.

6

Go for humor

Give a cheeky gift that plays up how they're saying goodbye to single life. Or help them playfully navigate the mine-and-yours part of living together, like solving whose bath towel is whose (you guessed it: towels emblazoned with "his" and "hers").

7

Think out-of-the-box

If the couple seems to have everything, surprise the duo with an experience gift or something one-of-a-kind, like art they'll both appreciate. 

8

When in doubt, choose timeless

You can't go wrong with a gift that feels as everlasting as their love. If you're feeling stumped, go for classic over cheesy every time. And think about items that are fine (even helpful) to have in multiples, like a pair of sturdy pitchers with a silhouette of a woman on one and a man on the other.