Post # 1
My Fiance is a systems engineer and loves anything to do with programming and computers. As a groom’s gift I wanted to give him something related to this. I was perusing Pinterest and a wedding blog website that had these 2 binary code related gifts. Sweet or too hokey/geeky?
Binary Code Heart Picture
Post # 3
Jewellery and “engraveables” is the “traditional” item when it comes to Wedding Day Bride & Groom Gifts exchanged between the couple
For guys in the past that has meant… Pocket Watch, Watches, Cuff Links & Shirt Studs, Tie Clips, Collar Pins, Shirt Sleeve Garters, Bracelets, Chains, Money Clips… or the silver hip flask.
With this in mind, I think that the Binary Cuff-Links are Cute… and very individualistic.
Now ya just gotta get him to rent a Tuxedo more often (good excuse for more dressy dates)… OR ya gotta buy him some shirts with French Cuffs.
Post # 4
Haha, I read that like good was describing the groom haha. I second the cuff links.
Post # 5
I LOVE those cuff links! They’re pretty amazing. 🙂
Post # 6
The best part is they aren’t overly expensive…the cufflinks are probably about $25 plus shipping on ETSY. 🙂
Post # 7
Those cufflinks are pretty darn awesome.
Post # 8
I vote for the cufflinks!
Post # 9
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Those cufflinks are so awesome – if he actually has any shirts that require them? The print is also cool, but if your guy is like most men, he might not appreciate a big heart-shaped picture quite as much…
Post # 10
I really like the cufflinks … I read what the heart picture means … any idea what the cufflinks “mean”?
Post # 11
TO @HisIrishPrincess: , I was curious too…
So I did a GOOGLE and found this helpful website = http://www.convertbinary.com/
As I suspected, the cufflinks spell out the word LOVE
Too cute !!
PS… The “red numbers / binary code” in the Printed Picture… are actually to indicate the spaces between the words I LOVE YOU
Post # 12
Links! Links! Links! Get the cuff links!