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Where to Find Last-Minute Wedding Gifts in the Triangle 

For the couple with a sweet tooth:

Videri Chocolate: The area's best chocolate is made in Raleigh. Videri offers everything from bitter sea-salt bars to creamy milk chocolate. For the best variety, choose the fifteen-piece confections box full of bonbons and caramels.

327 West Davie Street, Raleigh

For the garden enthusiasts:

The Zen Succulent: A wide variety of terrariums, ceramic planters, and plant-care starter kits are perfect introductions to the world of lichen, mosses, and succulents.

125 East Parrish Street, #100-A, Durham

For a one-stop shop:

Raleigh Provisions: Raleigh Provisions creates curated gift baskets overflowing with goodies from around the Triangle. Those include the coffee lover gift set, the N.C. barbecue lover basket, the nut-lover basket, and the home bartender gift basket.

107 East Davie Street, Raleigh

For beverage aficionados:

TOPO Organic Spirits: TOPO holds the distinction of being the first organic distillery in the Deep South. And its wide variety of spirits, which are nearly all made with local soft red winter wheat, can be admired on their own, without a mixer.

505 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hill

For the foodie couple:

Whisk Kitchen Supply Store: Whisk carries all of the kitchen essentials, along with a variety of specialized gadgets.

316 Colonades Way, #214, Cary

For the bookworm couple:

Quail Ridge Books: This independent bookstore carries a broad catalog of work by local authors and poets. A subscription to Quail Ridge's book club is always a great option. It offers discounts and special sales for products across the store.

4209 Lassiter Mill Road, #100, Raleigh

For the music enthusiasts:

Bull City Records: This independent record store carries vinyl from every band you love and plenty of great bands that you've never heard of.

2600 Hillsborough Road, Durham

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