Wedding Gift Guide

Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue! Wedding season is here and with that comes a gift guide. Find the perfect gift for your loved ones tying the knot with our gift ideas from Native and BIPOC-owned small businesses. Our guide is full of thoughtful home goods, fine foods, and accessories that your forever couple is sure to enjoy.

For the Mid-Century Modern Connoisseur: Casa Veronica

Established in Austin, Texas, Chicana artist Veronica Ortuño founded Casa Veronica: an interdisciplinary studio and brand focusing on ceramics and glassware that give a mid-century feel. Sold as a single item or a set of four, her gorgeous Camino Glass (Claro/Verde) collection is hand blown by glass artisans in Tonalá, Jalisco. Merging functionality with style, her glassware makes the perfect gift for hip newlyweds. Her ceramics include sculptures, candleholders, lamps, and other home good items, some of which can also be made-to-order.

More unique glassware, ceramics, and sculptures at Casa Veronica


A Gift that Will Last Generations: Eighth Generation

Wrap the happy couple in a wish for a lifetime of happiness and love with an Eighth Generation Wool Blanket. Our wool blankets are full of stories and meaningful designs, making them wonderful gifts to highlight anyone’s important milestones. Part of our Gold Label Series, our Family Floral Wool Blanket designed by Kira Murillo (Shoshone-Bannock) is a beautiful testament to the continued growth of family, community, and knowledge. Made with over five pounds of 100% Merino wool, our Gold Label blankets are double knit (two-sided), and have a luxurious, heavy weight.

Featured on the cover of the 2023 October issue of Vogue with actors Lily Gladstone (Blackfeet) and Leonardo DiCaprio, our Coast Salish Pattern Wool Blanket designed by Louie Gong (Nooksack) is another meaningful wedding gift to give. Louie designed this blanket as a collaboration with the ancestors," shares our CEO Colleen Echohawk (Pawnee, Athabascan), "and so this blanket speaks to the legacy of your relationship."

Whitney and her new husband got married under our beautiful Coast Salish Pattern Wool Blanket. Photo courtesy of Instagram user @whitecamascollections (Chehalis).

For the Culinary Craftsman: Brightland Co.

Based out of California, Brightland Co. is founded by Aishwarya Iyer. Inspired by Aishwarya’s familial roots in salt farming in South India, Brightland is based in intersectional environmentalism, creating consciously-crafted olive oils, vinegars, honey, and kitchen accessories. Their products are made by family farmers and local makers who have a high respect for providing quality ingredients. Perfect for the honeymooners who enjoy artisanal foods, Brightland’s Bestseller Capsules Set includes cold-pressed extra virgin olive oils, fruit-infused vinegars, California Orange Blossom Honey and Kauai Wildflower Honey with a spout and mini whisk included.

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For the Heart of the Home: Eighth Generation

Sharing food is an act of love. For the forever couple who loves to host, our Great Ladder Kitchenware Collection designed by Andrea Wilbur Sigo (Squaxin Island, Skokomish) is a loving gift for the kitchen. Andrea’s collection includes a serving bowl, serving platter, and kitchen towels all embossed in her Great Ladder design, connecting your loved ones to their food and the land. Her design infuses each meal with meaning and connection to our ancestors and future generations. 

Shop our Great Ladder Collection and more kitchenware here


For the Ultramodern Couple: Universal Belongings

Universal Belongings believes that excellence should be accessible. An LGBTQ+ and APPI-owned business, the company was founded with the hope to deliver home goods that are refined but unpretentious, distinctive yet approachable, and as durable as they are beautiful. Their tea set features a dual-function Coffee dripper & Teapot and is a beautiful gift for the couple who loves contemporary decor with a unique twist.

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Wedding Favors that Warm the Heart: Eighth Generation

If you’re the groom- or bride-to-be in search of stylish touches for your wedding party’s outfits, look no further than Eighth Generation. Our crew socks are a fun yet subtle addition to any groomsperson’s attire. Your crew is sure to look cool in our Renewal Crew Socks designed by Sarah Agaton Howes (Anishinaabe-Ojibwe) or our Elk’s Offering Crew Socks designed by Gail White Eagle (Muckleshoot and Chehalis). Check out all our crew socks here.

Renewal Crew Socks by Sarah Agaton Howes (Anishinaabe-Ojibwe)

Matching jewelry is a traditional gift from the bride to her bridal party, and Eighth Generation’s jewelry brings both beauty and meaning to such a special gift. Gift your bridal party jewelry that reflects a heartfelt message, like our First Bloom Necklace by Sarah Agaton Howes (Anishinaabe-Ojibwe) which is intended to honor the treasure of the person who wears it. Our Breakthrough Necklace and Kasheeshi Earrings designed by Michelle Lowden (Acoma Pueblo) are both beautiful examples of simple elegance, while our Golden Spring Earrings by Kira Murillo (Shoshone-Bannock) are bold without stealing the spotlight.

First Bloom Necklace designed by Sarah Agaton Howes (Anishinaabe-Ojibwe) and Kasheeshi Earrings by Michelle Lowden (Acoma Pueblo)

This wedding season we hope everyone feels empowered to shop from Eighth Generation—our authentic Native designs are for all people, Native and non-Native alike, to share, wear, and love. Thank you for supporting us and other small, local, and minority-owned businesses this wedding season—and every special occasion!