Gift Ideas for a Brother & Sister-in-Law

Updated April 17, 2017

Gift ideas for your brother and sister-in-law depend on their interests. Ideas may range from home decorations to electronic items for both him and her. Before you decide on a gift, gather information your brother and sister-in-law's interests to make selecting a gift much easier.

Performing Art Vouchers

Tickets for dance, music or theatre performances are an exciting gift for most couples. You can choose from a variety of shows and show times and decide whether your brother and his wife prefer small or large theatre events. Many shows allow you to purchase gift vouchers for your brother and sister-in-law. Consider tickets to performing groups such as the Blue Man Group or Cirque du Soleil, a performing art group that provide dance, stunts and music.

Museum Tickets

Offering art, memorabilia and an educational experience, museum tickets are ideal for couples who enjoy arts or history. For example, the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C., provides historical facts, memorabilia, photos and videos of the Holocaust, and the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles offers visitors a chance to experience physic exhibits, learn about astrology and witness shows and programs. You can give tickets to art, history or science museums, depending on the couple's tastes.

Couples Massage/Spa Tickets

Offering facials, haircuts, skin treatment, massages and a spa, couples massage tickets help people relax and reduce stress. The tickets vary in price, with some offering day or hourly packages. The couples massages allow your brother and sister-in-law the opportunity to spend time together, enjoying the amenities of the spa that may include a juice bar, salon and oil rubdowns.

Kitchen Appliances

From blenders to toasters, home appliances break down or wear out every so often, and even if everything is working fine your brother and sister-in-law might appreciate a new accessory. Decide on what type of appliances your brother and sister-in-law use often, such as coffee pots, toaster ovens or blenders. Think about the types of foods that require an appliance, such as a blender for smoothies or a cappuccino maker for lattes, coffees and cappuccinos.

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