Our Favorite Do It Together (DIT) Wedding Registry Gifts

Posted by Adam Warner on May 1, 2019

This month, we're revealing seven of our all-time favorite "Do It Together" (D.I.T.) wedding registry gifts.

Whether experienced on a long weekend trip, anniversary vacation, or honeymoon getaway, these are all perfect as a post-wedding shared experience for newlyweds.

Check out our favorites below, then click on each one to discover the top spots around the country to try them.


Surfing Lessons

From Hawaii's tropical shores to Long Island's famous beaches, couples can find incredible surfing locales all across America. Surfing lessons are a fantastic post-wedding activity for newlyweds -- and likely an experience you'll remember forever.

Personalized Running Tours

Couples can choose exactly how far they want to run and which areas and points of interest of a city they'd like to see. Your guide will then design a run tailored specifically for you.

Hot Air Balloon Excursion

A hot air balloon ride is easily one of the best ways to take in a beautiful landscape. Many tour operators even offer a breakfast buffet and champagne toast as part of the package, which really adds to the overall experience.


Mixology Classes

From Moscow Mules to Margaritas, learn how to make classic and original drinks at home using authentic techniques and ingredients.

Stand Up Paddleboard Experience

Most tours, which range from 2 to 4 hours, enable couples to paddle along clear, blue waters, check out scenic vantage points, and discover some amazing locations (like private islands, beaches, remote coves, and other local attractions).

Museum Memberships

We've found the perfect wedding registry gift that keeps on giving. Not only is it a gift that can be enjoyed many times over, but it's also something that helps support the institution.

Sailing Classes

Whether you're just learning to sail or have years of experience, newlyweds can find a variety of sailing clubs and companies across the country that provide first-rate sailing instruction.

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