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u/get-it-gone · 3 pointsr/Gifts

There are reasonably priced original Star Wars movie posters, or even good reprints available online. Another option is a nice framed piece of artwork from one of his favourite games. Vintage Disney cels are another option and can fit pretty much any budget depending on what you want. Other options include monogrammed stationary (if you want to go the fancy old school route) or a well appointed wall map of the world, there are some seriously nice ones online. You could look for a reasonably priced autograph by someone he likes, or an autographed/first edition comic or book that he likes. There are kits for making your own paper clock that are cheap and can even be a fun activity to do together.

Another cool idea to pair with something is a copy of a newspaper from your wedding day! Book or paper sculptures can be interesting and can be found across a huge span of cost, from cheap to exorbitant! You could buy tickets to a concert or event, maybe. Any kind of wall art/print would qualify, I'd imagine. As would gift certificates, which don't have to be impersonal. They can be for an activity you would both enjoy doing together (lessons, massages, etc) or something he would enjoy on his own, like an intro flying lesson or something like that! Depending on the cost in your area, obviously.

Book/comic/graphic novel box sets are also good. Something my parents have always done (and they've been married 34 years!) is reading a book together. They take turns reading out loud to each other leisurely or when the other is doing some mindless activity and read books together this way. You could buy a book or book series and give it to your husband to begin this practice yourselves! A subscription to a magazine is also paper. Another idea is to buy paper packets of seeds and some planting materials to start a little garden, or just some potted plants if you don't have green space! It's a really nice and rewarding thing to do alone or together and watching them grow is wonderful! Bonus points if it's something that will live a long time and be around for years to come (like some kind of tree if you have a yard).

Now I think I am officially exhausted of ideas. My first wedding anniversary is coming up in two months as well, so I've been doing some serious brainstorming! I hope any of these can help!

u/melrose827 · 1 pointr/Gifts

Thanks for the info! Gifts can be so challenging. I'm sure she'll appreciate whatever you get her and that you went through the trouble of trying to find a thoughtful gift!


One of these literary mugs would go great if you decide to do a coffee-themed gift!


Tickets to a concert of a band she likes?


Since she's studying psychology, she might get a kick of out this phrenology head bust. Especially if her end goal is to be a therapist or psychologist, she could ultimately put it in her office.


Since she likes learning about influential people throughout history, if she's a fan of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this book is super popular.


Being in college, a portable charger would come in handy if she doesn't already have one! A nice bag 1, 2 would last a long time, so she could even use it at the start of her career. Or an Instant Pot for a quicker way for her to cook her meals. I wish Instant Pot would have been around when I was in college!


Some other ideas:

If she lives in a dorm or apartment, she may like decorating with a wall tapestry (1, 2, 3, 4)

Ring with the coordinates of her school or hometown

Female empowerment necklace


u/_LostGirl_ · 1 pointr/Gifts

Just some fun ideas. Not sure what type of stuff she is into. Maybe you could tell us a little more about her.


Modern Calligraphy: A Beginner's Guide to Pointed Pen and Brush Pen Lettering https://www.amazon.com/dp/0998906204/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_0gI0BbAK1NYYQ

Crazy Rich Asians (Crazy Rich Asians Trilogy) https://www.amazon.com/dp/0345803787/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_YkI0Bb2D8J8WF

This place is super fun and you both could go. I have done this several times with friends and even my husband enjoyed it. https://boardandbrush.com


u/adhdamie · 2 pointsr/Gifts

-Brie Baker with all the ingredients to get started (Brie cheese, fruit, nuts, honey)

-Butter Bell with a loaf of locally made bread

-Mariposa Napkin Box with Weights and Cocktail Napkins

-Cocktail Shaker Set with Bitters, Stirrers, and a nice bottle of liquor

-Cool coffee table book (esp. if it matches a gift set mentioned above (The Art of Mixology or Magnolia Table) or it's hostess-themed, such as Kate Spade's All In Good Taste or Emily Post's Manners for Today)

-Guest Book for house/bathroom/guest room (and this is always fun because you can be the first one to sign it and everyone at the housewarming party can sign it/write a message). Look around Etsy for these...I'm not crazy about the ones on Amazon.

Hope this helps! Happy housewarming to your friend!

u/catlessplantlady · 1 pointr/Gifts

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u/nnutcase · 3 pointsr/Gifts

My mom is currently reading and really enjoying "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" by Caitlin Doughty. Your mortician friend may already have it, so maybe have someone ask her? It's pretty new.

u/EpicGifts · 2 pointsr/Gifts

loves meat eh? this one might be more in line with that then :)

and no worries! Hope I was able to help you get on the right track!

u/koolaiid617 · 1 pointr/Gifts

All of these books by Samuel C. Florman are great in their own right, but will really click with an engineer with a more artistic mindset.

The Existential Pleasures of Engineering
Engineering and the Liberal Arts
The Introspective Engineer
The Civilized Engineer

u/AdorinoraZ · 3 pointsr/Gifts

What Color Is Your Parachute? 2017: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers

It's a classic book that the author comes out with a new edition every year. If they haven't started there already it's a nice thoughtful gift.

u/HolographicMemory · 2 pointsr/Gifts

Hiking socks, you can never have enough cozy socks. For a gag gift, you can get her a Go Girl. There is loads of books on hiking experiences. Here is one my mom seemed to like. Maybe books about going off the grid? Hope i was able to help.

u/JimWibble · 1 pointr/Gifts

One I've recommended before for someone graduating is Cracking the Coding Interview. One other that's on my reading list is this book on the history of cryptography, I haven't read it yet but it looks fascinating.

u/GuyNoirPI · 3 pointsr/Gifts

Does he cook? Some combination of a cast iron skillet, Anthony Bourdain's newest cookbook and a bottle of red wine/whiskey/craft beer.

u/CrumbsRuru · 2 pointsr/Gifts

Ah! My 9 year old niece loves reading but she also likes writing her own stories. What about a nice notepad and pen set. Or there are lots of activity books which a bit more grown up for kids. I know you said you didn't really want to get him a book. But these are a little different.


Q&A a Day Kids: Link

Failing that there is a range of Science Experiments which appear to be based on the Horrible Henry books: Link