Wedding Planning

Wedding Gift Ideas for Coffee Lovers

Brew up some present suggestions that both you and your spouse will enjoy.

If you’re a coffee lover, adding some buzzworthy items to your registry wish list is the right move. After all, your wedding gifts are supposed to reflect who you are. And if you’re addicted to caffeine, you might as well own it and register for items that’ll only upgrade your morning cup. Here, you’ll find a few gadgets and goodies that will cater to you and your spouse’s enjoyment of java. Whether you consider yourselves caffeine connoisseurs or simply savor your once-a-day brew, these kitchen adds are sure to make mornings (and afternoons and nights!) a lot brighter.


Swirled Mug

What’s on the inside counts, but with this design made in Japan from marbled black ceramic, what’s on the outside will be noteworthy, too.

Leif Marbled Latte Mug, $22,

Coffee Grinder

Start off your day your way. With 40 grind settings, this machine enables you to make your beans as coarse or fine as you’d like.

Baratza Virtuoso Coffee Grinder, $229,

Coffee Press

This plunger-style coffee press produces a smooth cup of joe in less than one minute. What’s even better? The device is small enough to fit in your utensil drawer.

Aerobie AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker, $30,


French Press

This gives you the ease of a regular glass French press, with a bonus: The insulated stainless-steel pot keeps coffee warmer for a longer period of time.

Bodum Columbia 8-Cup French Press Coffee Maker, $50,

Glass Coffee Maker

One of the simplest ways to brew a flavorful cup of coffee is also one of the easiest to clean up. Just toss the paper filter of spent grounds and rinse out the glass carafe. 

Chemex 6-Cup Coffee Maker, $42,

Pour Over Stand

Handcrafted in Fort Collins, Colorado, this coffeemaker features a striking trio that includes a Hario V60 glass pour-over filter, an adjustable brass stand, and an American walnut base.

Brass and Walnut Pour Over Coffee Stand, $189,

Espresso Maker

Don’t want to give up counter real estate to a large appliance? This 80-year-old Italian design, which can make up to six cups of espresso, works its magic from your stovetop.

Bialetti Moka Express Stovetop Espresso Maker, from $26,

Top-Rated Coffee Machine

This coffeemaker gets top ratings for a reason.

Cuisinart 12 Cup Extreme Brew Coffee Maker, $100,

This story originally appeared on Martha Stewart Weddings.