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BRIDES New Jersey: Unique Treats to Serve at Your NJ Wedding

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Nov 122016
 
NJ Sweets

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Sure, the Garden State is known for producing some of the freshest fruits and veggies on the east coast — but it can sure hold it's own when it comes to sweets, too. Delectable cupcakes, candy, popcorn, doughnuts — you name it — we've got it. So, if you're looking for some uniquely New Jersey items to be a part of your big day, look no further than our favorite NJ sweet treats.

Jaret's Stuffed Cupcakes (Above)
With three locations in NJ and one in NY, Jaret's Stuffed Cupcakes evolved from what first began as a café, to now expanding into four cupcake bakeries. Combining a love for dessert with a unique twist, their decision to "stuff" cupcakes has (of course) begun to take NJ by storm. With favors including the Bada Bing (chocolate cupcake stuffed with mascarpone, espresso custard and topped with amaretto whipped cream and a cherry) and the Conor's Dream (vanilla M&M cupcake stuffed with M&M caramel custard topped with chocolate whipped cream and sprinkles) Jaret's combines traditional dessert and candy flavors in an untraditional way — because the only thing better than a cupcake, is a stuffed one! Read real brides' reviews here!

Rainbow Cookie Donuts
You may have seen these making their way around the Internet after going viral for their new Rainbow Cookie doughnut (for obvious reason.) Glaze Donuts in New Milford, NJ specializes in artisan doughnuts, created and made fresh each day. Never cooking with preservatives, high fructose corn syrup or artificial coloring, the Rainbow Cookie doughnut is inspired by the traditional 7-layer cookie that hails from Italian bakeries, but in doughnut form, smothered in a chocolate glaze, with chocolate sprinkles. You're wedding guests are sure to flip over these doughnuts.

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Saltwater Taffy
Nothing is more Jersey than saltwater taffy from the Jersey Shore. First becoming poplar on the Atlantic City boardwalk, this candy is created with a mixture of water, butter, salt, sugar, cornstarch, and corn syrup and coloring that results in chewy, sweet goodness. To add a touch of the Jersey Shore to your wedding, you can choose colors and flavors to compliment your color palate, gift boxed taffy as favors, or even include it in guest welcome bags. For the original, you can order from Fralinger's, though many New Jersey candy shops sell their versions, too.

Johnson's Popcorn
Another coastal favorite, Johnson's Caramel Popcorn is a staple of boardwalk grub that your wedding guests are sure to love. Since 1940, Johnson's has been hand-mixing popcorn right off the sand, filling the Ocean City boardwalks with the sweet smells of sugary goodness. If you can't make it to Ocean City to stock up for your big day, their online ordering system couldn't be easier. (Be sure to order some extra to enjoy for yourselves!) Read real brides' reviews here!

Want more goodies to help cherish memories of your big day? Browse for ideas on our New Jersey local favors page.

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5 Personalized Party Favors Bridal Shower Guests Will Love

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Nov 102016
 

Your bridal shower, when all of your friends and family members are in the same room as you, for a pre-wedding celebration, is a very special time. you may have an urge to get each of your pals something special as a thank you. If you're wondering what kind of items you can personalize for party favors, here are five ideas for adorable and unique bridal shower gifts for your guests.

Customized Wine Glasses
You can't go wrong with wine glasses that have your guests' initials personalized. It'll be a unique way for friends and family members to enjoy, remembering your great bridal shower.

Bottles of Bubbly
If you're wondering what kind of gift all of your guests will absolutely adore, then mini bottle of bubbly will do that trick. On each bottle, you can print a label to go on it with a thank-you note, toasting each guest and giving them a champagne hug for coming to celebrate your wedding with you.

Personality Jewelry
If you have the budget for it and want to splurge, you can buy each of your guests a fun piece of costume jewelry that matches their personality or style.

See More: 6 Types of Wedding Favors Your Guests Really Don't Want

Mini Photo Frames
What better way to say thank you for coming than with framed photo to give to your guests as a beautiful memory of the day? You can even take a photo at the shower and send it with your thank-you note to stick inside of the frame post-shower.

Quotable Tote Bags
Go the custom route with a tote bag and print a favorite inspirational or motivational quote about love for each of your guests. It'll be a fun way for them to remember your special shower day and also have a cute tote to use for years to come.

Jen Glantz is a "Professional Bridesmaid" and the founder of Bridesmaid for Hire. She's the author of All My Friends Are Engaged and frequently wears old bridesmaid dresses to the grocery store and on first dates.

BRIDES Northern California: 5 Locally-Made Favors for Your Vineyard Wedding

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Nov 092016
 
Vineyard Wedding Favor IDeas

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A wedding in Northern California's most famed wine country region is unforgettable on many levels: gorgeous scenery, relaxed California vibe, and, of course, amazing wine! If you're lucky enough to have your wedding take place in the magical Napa or Sonoma regions, then you want your big day to be special for everyone coming in to celebrate with you. While planning your epic wine country wedding, make sure to consider how you can make your guests' journey extra special. Here are some unique ideas for gifts to give to your closest friends and family that will allow them to take a little bit of beautiful wine country home with them.

For wine enthusiasts:
While a bottle of wine is an obvious — and still very thoughtful — choice for a wedding guest gift, there are often other beverage options available from many wineries. Anaba Winery in Sonoma offers their delicious red and white port wines in smaller, less bulky bottles adorably named Aeroports. The famous Coppola Winery (as in Francis Ford) makes sparkling wine in mini cans complete with straws for on-the-go imbibing. They're named for his daughter Sofia, and come in party-perfect pink boxes.

For a taste of something different:
California wine country is also known for producing delicious olive oil. Many wineries create a variety of flavors and infusions — think jalapeno, thyme, white truffle — which makes for a perfect non-alcoholic gift. Sampler bottles, like those from The Olive Press, offer mini takeaways that make ideal wedding favors. Read real brides' reviews here!

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For that hint of local flavor:
Amidst the lush rolling hills of Napa and Sonoma counties, you'll also find a thriving scene of locally made goods. What better way to take a piece with you than with some gifts from locally sourced farms and markets? Shed in Healdsburg is a James Beard award-winning dining and retail space that offers not only locally sourced food, but many kitchen accoutrements, such as pottery, gadgets, linens, and cookbooks that all make for wonderful, heartfelt gifts for your guests. They have an online store as well!

For something to pamper:
After a long weekend of celebrating, a gift meant to pamper is a thoughtful idea for your guests. The acclaimed restaurant, The Girl and The Fig has an extensive online store that offers an assortment of giftable items. They also create delectable body lotions, salves, and balms made from unique ingredients like goat milk, Tuscan fig, bergamot, and orange. Their pieces are also available online, and come in travel-friendly gift sets aptly titled "Overnight" and "Weekender." Read real brides' reviews here!

Browse even more local wedding favor vendors here!

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What You Need To Know About Keepsakes From Your Wedding

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Nov 022016
 
What You Need To Know About Saving Your Wedding Heirlooms

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Most couples know that there are items from their wedding that they'd like to save, but are unsure of what to do next. If you are a lover of traditions and looking forward to passing your wedding heirlooms on through the generations on your family, it will take a bit of advance planning. From your shoes, to your garter, to your wedding day signage, there are so many great wedding memories that you can preserve. Wedding keepsakes take time to gather and advance planning to save, so while it doesn't seem necessary now, it's important to think about in advance. Here is a list of possible items to save and some advice for planning ahead to preserve those wedding day moments most precious to you.

Plan Ahead
Before your wedding, spend a few minutes thinking about the things that you'd like to save. Many (but not all) wedding heirlooms require a bit of planning. Do some research in advance and think the wedding heirlooms that you'd like to hold onto.

Make It Special
What you save from your wedding must be special to you. Only you know what those special, savable items are. When thinking about your wedding keepsakes, think about items that are easy to store and that you will want to pass down to future generations.

Let It Be Known
Let the important people in your wedding know the things that you'd like to save from your wedding. How will your friends know that you want to save a cocktail napkin, if they don't set one aside for you? Often the little wedding day paper goods — like ceremony programs, signs, and extra wedding favors — get tossed into the trash in the rush to stick to the wedding timeline. Make sure the important people know what is on your to-save list.

See More: 7 Ways Incorporate Your Wedding Décor into Your Home

Better Yet, Tell Your Planner
On the day of your wedding, you can designate a friend or family member to be in charge of saving those special keepsakes from your wedding. (Be sure to alert them in advance of their task!) Better than a friend is your wedding planner. If he or she knows about the things that you'd like to save from your wedding, they can help you plan ahead and ensure that your keepsake box is fully stocked after your wedding.

Be Specific
There are several specific wedding items that require a bit of advance planning if you know you'd like to save them. For example, it is possible to have your bridal bouquet preserved after your wedding, but it is much easier for your florist to make this possible if he or she knows in advance that you'd like to save your bouquet.

Clean It Now
Be sure to properly clean wearable items like your garter, dress and veil before packing it away to prevent fabric aging. When your wedding dress drags on the ground and gets dirty, it is easier to clean now than 30 years from now.

Usable Keepsakes
Saving items from your wedding doesn't always mean you stuff them in the box and never look at them again. There are many items that are usable after your wedding and are considered wedding keepsakes. Your bridal shoes are a great example of something that is perfectly useable after your wedding, if you choose the right pair of shoes that you love. Additionally, there are many guest book options, such as furniture, or live paintings and signs that can be used day-to-day in your married life.

Julianne Smith is The Garter Girl, a stylish wedding garter company hand making modern heirlooms for today's brides. She is on a mission to modernize the oldest wedding tradition and provide women something sophisticated to wear on their big day. She is a reformed political junkie with a love of tradition, an eye for style, and a passion for beautiful things. You can find more at www.thegartergirl.com, on social @gartergirl, or at the park in our nation's capital with her three little kids.

Oct 312016
 
Travel-Themed Wedding Gifts

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When it comes to shopping for a wedding gift, four words will help ensure a gift the bride and groom will love. The four words: Stick to the registry. However, if the couple hasn't registered or if you want to get them an additional gift that's a bit more personal than bathroom towels or nonstick pans, it's wise to pick something that reflects the couple's personality and passions. If one of those passions is travel, you're in luck because options are as varied as the countries and cultures that span the globe. Here, the perfect gifts for travel-loving couples.

Travel Wedding Gifts for Home

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For Their Home
A love of travel and a fascination with maps often go hand in hand, and most travel lovers will appreciate items that represent their wanderlust in cartographic form, such as a globe, a scratch-off map to mark their travels, an artfully framed map of their favorite place, or this print, with two hearts that show the maps of two different places. Airport code coffee mugs and posters are another fun way to bring some international flair to their home decor. (Scratch-off world map, $22.99, available on Maps International Amazon; Heart map print, $88.54, BOMBUS available at Not on the High Street; Airport mugs and posters, starting at $19.90, Airportag)

Travel Wedding Gifts for Memories

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For Creating Memories
Give a travel-loving couple the tools they need to document their future trips. A high quality leather journal is always useful for jotting down experiences and memories while traveling. If you know the couple's been relying on their phone for photos, they might appreciate a better quality travel-friendly camera or a GoPro, if they're more active. And a gift card to a photo printing service like Shutterfly will ensure that their photos make it off the digital screen and into a frame or coffee table book. ("HERO Session" waterproof camera, $199.99, GoPro)

Travel Tech Gifts

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For All Their Travel Tech Needs
Where travelers go, so go their devices, so kit your couple out with portable technology that will enhance their trip: a universal plug converter to stay powered up, a waterproof phone case so spills don't ruin their trip, noise-canceling headphones to ensure a quiet night's sleep on the plane, and a selfie stick for the perfect photos of the happy couple on all their adventures.

Stylish Travel Wedding Gifts

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For Traveling in Style
Long gone are the days when traveling was a glamorous — or even comfortable — affair. Help make the couple's travel a little less unpleasant with comforts like an ultra-luxe travel blanket and pillow or a soft sleep mask. Or bring a little style to their travel with monogrammed leather luggage tags or passport holders. (Leather luggage tags, $65, Mark and Graham)

See More: Do We Have to Get a Gift for a Couple Having an (Expensive) Destination Wedding?

Monetary Travel Wedding Gifts

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For the Honeymoon or Other Future Travel
The gift that travelers can always put to use is the gift of more travel. Chip in on the cost of future flights with an airline gift card (most major airlines offer them) or go for a hotel gift card for a particular chain or for a booking site like Hotels.com so they can splurge on a luxurious room. Or contribute cash towards experiences with a gift card to a site like Viator.com, which sells tours and activities around the world. If the bride and groom love cruising, you can even opt for a gift card to their favorite cruise line.

What Should We Do With Unwanted Wedding Gifts?

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Oct 302016
 
wedding gifts

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Even the best-curated wedding registry results in gifts you don't love, don't want, or simply don't have space for. (Hello, tiny newlywed apartments and over-zealous scanning at that registry event!) So once you've jotted down who sent what and thoughtfully crafted a thank you note, what should you do with those unwanted wedding gifts? Here are a few tips from our experts.

The best thing about creating a registry at a store you really like (that has a great return policy!) is that it's relatively easy to simply bring back any items you don't want to keep, whether they're duplicates or you seriously over-estimated your cabinet space. Make sure everything is in its original packaging, and try to bring the shipping invoice with you when you return the items. Can't find it? Most big box stores will be able to retrieve your registry information in their system with your names or an email address, and will be able to confirm the return that way. Keep in mind that you may get a store gift card instead of cash — but it's a good opportunity to browse the store for something else you'd love to have!

If the item is from a store where you weren't registered, check the box to see if it came with a gift receipt, which will enable you to return the item (again, probably for store credit) or exchange it for something else.

Is it something you can't return, or do you have no clue where the gift was purchased? You have a few different options. The first is to tuck it away (if you have room, of course!). Sure, you may not need a crystal vase right now, but whether it's the first time you host the whole family for Thanksgiving or when you're a little older and your tastes have changed, a gift that's timeless is a good one to hold on to, even if it isn't your style at the moment. You could also try to resell the gifts online, though the hassle may not be worth it! And finally, while it's pretty taboo, there's always regifting. Make sure you keep track of exactly who gave you the gift in the first place, and pass it on to someone in an entirely different social circle to avoid any awkward interactions. Check out our guide to regifting to figure out the best way to regift without the regret!

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When Should We Give Our Parents Their Gifts?

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Oct 222016
 

We love time-honored wedding traditions, and giving gifts to your parents on your wedding day is one of them. Whether it's a sweet memento, a frame, or a more substantial gift to thank them for their contribution, they've done so much to get you this far, so it's important to honor them in some way! But, with a tight timeline on the wedding day and the very real chance that you'll have Bride Brain and totally forget, it's hard to find just the right time to give them their gifts. Thankfully, our experts have a few ideas on how to time the gifting so you can enjoy that moment together.

Many couples choose to give their parents gifts during the rehearsal dinner, and with good reason. You're with a smaller group, so you can focus a little more on one another, and your parents will be heading back to their room shortly thereafter, so they can make sure their gifts make it back safely. If you're also planning to give gifts to your bridesmaids and groomsmen at this time, bring the gifts for your parents along and present them all at once.

Did you pick out something special for each of your parents? You could also choose to present these gifts the morning of your wedding. Give Mom her gift before she's gotten her makeup done (to avoid runny mascara!) — you'll be able to step away for a few moments before the madness begins if you time it to take place during everyone's beauty appointments. Doing a first look with Dad? Bring your gift for him along so the two of you can have a little time in private. This can, however, be a little bit of a challenge for the groom, especially if his mom is getting ready with you and your bridesmaids. He may opt to give the gifts the day before, or bring them with him to family photos. Just make sure someone knows that their gifts need to be sent back to his parents' room so they don't get lost!

Caught up in the whirlwind? Don't worry about it. Similar to the rehearsal dinner plan, you could also choose to wait and distribute presents at the morning-after brunch. A smaller crowd and a more relaxed atmosphere make this a great time to pull your parents aside. Remind them to leave a little extra room in their suitcases!

See more: How to Honor Your Parents at Your Wedding

When Should I Exchange Gifts With My Fiancé On Our Wedding Day?

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Oct 192016
 

Exchanging gifts with your soon-to-be spouse before the wedding is a sweet tradition that marks the momentous occasion. While not all couples choose to do so, it's a growing trend that brings with it it's own question: When's the best time to swap presents? Whether you've gone the extravagant route, are only sharing love notes, or grabbed a fun pair of socks to ward off "cold feet," our experts have a few ideas for the best time to swap presents on your wedding day.

The most traditional option is to have someone deliver your gifts so you can open them while you're getting ready. This is often done by the best man, but you could also ask your photographer's assistant, your wedding planner, or a staff member at the venue to make the delivery. Keep timing in mind, though! You'll want your photographer to be present to capture the moment as you open the gift, as well as your makeup artist to do any touchups you might need!

Some couples also opt to exchange gifts during their first look, so they can open the presents or notes together. You'll have the bonus of having your photographer on-hand, as well as the opportunity to thank one another immediately. If the gift is anything other than something you'd wear on your wedding day (or if you need to take off some of your jewelry to put on the necklace or earrings your fiancé got you), assign someone to return any items to the bridal suite so things don't get lost.

Of course, you could also trade gifts in private. This could be the night before the wedding, in anticipation of your big day, or, if you're staying together, first thing in the morning before you part ways to get ready. Sure, you won't have photos of the swap, but you'll be able to share the intimate moment without an audience — as well as have a little clarity of mind to really appreciate the gesture.

See more: The Most Romantic Wedding Day Gifts That Don't Cost a Thing

BRIDES Northern California: 5 Unique Shops to Find Your Groom’s Wedding Gift

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Oct 182016
 

While you may be busy with the preparations for the wedding, it's so important to take some time to think about how to show your soon-to-be groom just how excited you are to marry him. Taking a few extra minutes to find him the perfect gift is a special way to say I love you, and I'm so excited to be your bride. Here are some places in San Francisco where you'll discover the ideal gift for every type of groom.

The Voyager Shop
This unique store offers an eclectic array of gifts for your casual guy. Choose from relaxed ties, wallets, leather goods, dopp kits and even luxe grooming products. They have two locations in the city: the Mission District and Hayes Valley.

Paul Smith
If your guy leans more upscale, venture over to Paul Smith on Geary Street near Union Square. The posh — and slightly quirky — British brand has been in the menswear business for over 40 years, and carries an assortment of higher-end accessories for men including cufflinks, tie clips, wallets, scarves and watches. Read real brides' reviews here!

Cask
This spirits shop off of Market Street is the go-to destination for specialized and artisanal liquors. If your guy is into hard-to-find whiskeys, this is the perfect place to buy him that special gift. You can even get his bottle engraved with his initials or a heartfelt message from his new bride.

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Taylor Stitch
Taylor Stitch is a bespoke company in the Mission where you can make your groom a custom shirt just for him. With the help of the knowledgeable (and always well-dressed) staff, you can choose your fit, fabric, and notions to make it a truly one-of-a-kind gift. Have his shirt monogrammed to make it extra unique.

Wingtip
If your guy appreciates a hint of nostalgia, then Wingtip is the ideal stop for finding the groom gift. Not only does it offer unusual, oldey-timey pieces like canes, leather goods, bar accessories, and even cigars, but you'll also find an in-house barbershop and private lounge for a true gentleman's experience.

Discover more San Francisco hotspots to find wedding favors and gifts here!

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The 7 Best Subscriptions Gifts to Give a Bride-to-Be

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Oct 162016
 
Best Subscription Gifts

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While it's always safe to give a gift off the registry or a gift card you know will be put to good use, we also love when people get creative and give a gift truly unique and special. With subscription services booming in popularity, we've rounded up our favorite services that can be easily (and thoughtfully) gifted as the perfect engagement or shower gift. What's better than gifts that keep on giving?

Blue Apron
For the engaged foodie in your life, Blue Apron is a no brainer. Offering free delivery nationwide, the service combines original recipes created by chefs and a culinary team, pre-measured and packaged fresh ingredients, with step by step instructions to turn anyone into a super chef, in the comfort of their own kitchens. Even better, recipients can select their delivery day around their own personal schedules, and choose entrée options based on dietary preferences. With different plans and pricing available, trust us, when in the throes of wedding planning, convenient meal plans like this are clutch.

BRIDES Magazine
Well, duh! A subscription to BRIDES is just what any soon-to-be Mrs. needs, and wants. Nothing's better than having on the spot access to the world of weddings delivered to your door step each month. Having hard copies of our magazine is perfect for creating inspiration and vision boards, planning ideas, the latest wedding trends, and more. Plus, who doesn't love getting snail mail?

Netflix
Every bride-to-be needs some time away from planning to 'Netflix and chill.' Netflix gift cards can be used towards a year's subscription to the movie and tv-show streaming services that has taken the country by storm. Offering various tiers to their subscriptions that include streaming-only or additionally mailed DVDs, Netflix makes the perfect gift for the couples who have some catching up to do on their favorite shows, or loves cozy movie nights in.

Birchbox
Birchbox subscribers swear by this service which brings monthly beauty samples adorably packaged and ready to be tested. For those who can spend hours in Sephora mulling over what to buy, this can be a lifesaver. Before committing to full size products, Birchbox sends out samples meant especially for the individual subscriber, based on their beauty profiles they create themselves. The service also offers discounts and recommendations in each box, making it the perfect present for the beauty-obsessed, or anyone who likes to try before they buy.

FabFitFun
With a subscription to FabFitFun, every three months a gift box filled with seasonal goodies (full-sized, too) will be delivered to the recipients door to help them stay stylish, on trend, and healthy throughout the new season. Boxes are chock full of skincare and beauty products, fashion accessories, fitness gear, and more — all items anyone soon walking down the aisle will be sure to love.

See More: Do I Have to Buy a Wedding Gift from My Friend's Registry?

Club W
Wine delivery? Yes please! To give a gift of Club W, you can choose an amount as a gift card that can be redeemed for personalized wines, gift packages or wine subscriptions. Recipients can complete the Palate Profile to determine their own unique preferences and wine tastebuds, and Club W will take care of the rest. As the recipient rates their bottles, their recommendations become even more personalized and delicious. Extra bonuses? Members can skip a month at any time (although we're not sure why you'd want to), there's no mandated monthly commitment AND the company promises you will "never pay for a bottle you don't like." Sign us up!

Craft Coffee
Many brides-to-be can attest to the importance of coffee throughout the early mornings and late nights of wedding planning. For the java loving couple, Craft Coffee offers tons of varieties of freshly-roasted coffee, delivered to doorsteps within just days of roasting! With three different package and subscription options that start at just $29.99/month, there's something for everyone. Depending on your preferences, you can keep it consistent with your favorite brew, or be a bit adventurous trying new and exotic blends and flavors. Either way, it's a coffee lover's dream.

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