Gifts for Him
A little while ago we looked at great gifts to give your bridesmaids. Today we’re looking at gifts for the groomsmen. I’ve moved away from traditional gifts such as cuff links or tankards, although these shouldn’t be dismissed if you know your groomsmen will love them. Below is a selection of fun and unique thank you gifts for the men doing all the directing that day.
I’ll start with something sort of traditional, hip flasks. These are a great gift and many places will personalise them with the groomsman’s name and the date of your wedding.
I love this one because of the message inside. What a great way to ask someone to be your best man!
Or for something a little different, these cigars are the perfect gift for the guy who enjoys the occasional cigar, like after a round of golf or with a particularly good whiskey.
More Alcohol Ideas
For the whiskey lover how about this casket which you can personalise and your groomsman can fill with whatever they want.
For an on-the-go idea, what about this canvas bottle carrier. Its waxed, so it’s waterproofed and can be personalised for the occasion.
Or, for a totally practical, on-the-go gift, these bottle openers are portable, personal and functional.
Not all of us drink, so here are other options if you don’t want to give alcohol. Like this personalised wash bag which has a vintage look that will never go out of fashion. Perfect for weekends away, holidays, even overnight trips for work.
If you value something then you want to keep it safe. For the friend who loves his watches and sunglasses, this is a fantastic case that protects his collection from scratches and scuffs. It’s practical as well as stylish.
The Ultimate Gift
I’ve saved this for last because it would be the ultimate gift for most of the men I know; a golfer’s BBQ set. It’s a bit of playfulness combining two passions in one fantastic, highly usable, thank you for being on call during your wedding.
Why not come along to our next Wedding Fair on Sunday 19th May 2019 for some more inspiration – Wedstival