Post # 1
When we booked our honeymoon at a Hawaiian resort that has a golf course, my first thought was that I would get a golf lesson there for my fiance. Actually, my first thoughts were "Woo-hoo! Hawaii! Beach time! Umbrella drinks!" But my next thoughts were of my fiance! 🙂 So now that it’s crunch time, I’m realizing that getting my fiance a golf lesson is not the most romantic gift. But he would LOVE it!
Do y’all think it’s okay to give a gift that he’ll love but that is not romantic? By the way, he’s not going to be golfing the whole time we’re there. Just a couple of times.
Post # 3
I think it is a good idea. Men love sports and any golfer can use a lesson. I don’t think that men care as much about the romance of a gift anyway. Maybe instead of doing it on the honeymoon tho, find a course near you and get lessons there and then find a sweet course for him to play while you are in Hawaii.
Post # 4
I think it’s a good idea. If you are going to do a lesson, maybe also buy him a new club or something so that he’ll always remember that he got it for your wedding. I think you can have them engraved with names and dates, which would be cute.
Post # 5
I think that is fine. Maybe you can get a spa treatment while he has his lesson, so it won’t feel weird to be apart. I have no idea what to get my man. I’m thinking either boudoir (if I get the nerve) or a tech gadget.
Post # 6
I’m giving my Fiance and printed hardcover book of my budoir pictures. And that wasn’t cheap! 🙂
I think any gift is great! Really! It’s from you which means it comes from your heart and that’s what he wants.
Post # 7
Giving a gift your fiance would love is the most important thing. You might find a cute way to present it to him after your wedding ceremony (in a handwritten card, perhaps) before you go on your honeymoon.
Post # 8
I agree with what everyone else is saying. I am giving mine a gift certificate to go heli-skiing (where they drop you off via helicopter and you ski down the mountain). For romantic measure, I am tucking the gift certificate in a mini-album with 20 boudoir pictures (Mine was relatively cheap at $300). However, I actually think he will like the gift certificate more because it is something he always wanted to do but would never buy for himself because it is a bit too expensive. When it comes to men, I would say thoughtful/keeping his interests in mind=romantic.