The wedding is around the corner and the bride has a pile of adorable presents for those ever patient and supportive bridesmaids, but what about those groomsmen? They may have a smoother road to the wedding than the bridesmaids, but they deserve love too! So grooms, use this list as the perfect guide to showing your guys some brotherly love. After all, who doesn’t love a present every now and then, especially ones that are as useful and simple as these!
What you need: Little travel liquors, a mason jar, and anything else that would fit the bar theme. We suggest: a measuring jigger, a cork screw, a stirring stick, maybe some festive items that relate to the wedding theme. Destination wedding? Throw some of those fun drink umbrellas in there, and maybe some margarita salt. Allow yourself to be creative and personal with it, anything works!
Nothing says “King of the Grill” like these grilling utensils with a personalized case. Expect to be invited to some summer cook outs once your groomsmen get these in their hands.
Your team, your name and your beer all in the same place, does it get much better than that? These mugs are practical and personal, each beer will be a fond reminder of their groomsmen experience and a tribute to the home team.
Snazzy socks are really in style right now, so keep your groomsman up to par. Choose a pattern or multiple patterns that go with the wedding theme, personalize a label and make sure they wear them on the big day! The gift will make for great pictures, with a pop of personality.
Not all of your groomsmen may drink, which makes this the perfect gift. Ties are an important item in a professional man’s wardrobe. This gift allows multiple ties to be hung in the same place, neatly. Add each groomsmen’s initials and this gift will be hanging in the closet for ages.
Alright guys, there you have it. Plenty of simple ideas to show your boys your appreciation. From wingmen to groomsmen, they’ve always had your back and now they’re at your side.
So you just got engaged… Congratulations! Was the proposal everything you dreamed of? While we suspect you are on cloud nine, we also want to make you aware that your wedding planning should start now. The wedding planning process can take anywhere from nine months to over one year depending on venue availability, how lavish your dream wedding is going to be, and many other factors involved in creating your perfect day.
Planning your wedding is supposed to be a fun and exciting time for creating a dream come true. For many couples, the seemingly daunting tasks can become a bit overwhelming. For brides who don’t have a wedding planner in their budget, fret not, below are 7 tips for planning your wedding more efficiently and effectively to alleve some of the stress that can happen when planning this very special day.
So, although this blog only covers 7 tips that we have for our brides and grooms, we are certainly full of much MUCH more, so stay tuned! The best tip we can give you is to enjoy the process, after all, your wedding is a once in a lifetime experience!
Jan / 01 / 0001 by ianb