Post # 1
My fiancee and I have been brainstorming possible groomsmen gift ideas. The problem is that there are no actual "men" in the wedding party–they are all women…and masculine women at that. The women on my fiancee’s side are wearing suits, if that give you any indication. At any rate, we are trying to come up with unique gifts that we could give to show our appreciation without breaking the bank or falling victim to giving the same gifts masculine wedding attendants generally receive–pocket knives, beer steins, pilsner glasses, flasks, etc.
Do any of you bees have any ideas? Please share. Thanks!
Post # 3
cufflinks? maybe diy project!
Post # 4
I saw keg-a-ques like a barbeque but as a keg pretty darn cute
Post # 5
My girls are definitely not girlie, so jewelery and all other girlie stuff was out. We settled on cast iron tea pots from http://www.enjoyingtea.com (still sounds girlie, but it’s not!) and we’ll display them at their table at the reception.
Post # 6
I have said it other gifts boards, but alcohol is always a good gift. We had a more traditional bridal party than yours sounds like, but we got the girls wine and the boys some higher-end liquor…not outrageously priced, but enough that they wouldn’t buy it for themselves regularly.
Post # 7
Do they drink beer? You could get them what we’re doing for our dudes, we’re getting them capcatchers from
They’re unique, and good for anyone who loves beer.
Post # 8
The issue is, we would like to get everyone the same gift so there is no tension and no display of favortism. However, we thought about watches, but one is allergic to all metals. We thought about pilsner glasses, but one does not drink. We are at a loss for ideas. We may have to give each person a different gift to ensure that everyone will be happy. I just want to make sure that we stay within our gift budget. I purchased personalized embroidered tote bags, crystal candle holders, personalized compact mirrors, and jewelry to be worn for the wedding for each of my bridesmaids. If we just got the groomsmen pilsner glasses, would that be fair?