Post # 1
We have been going back and forth with this one and can’t decide! Fiance wants to find them something that is practical…we have a budget anywhere from $50-100 for them…we’re hoping for something under $75.
He was originally thinking of a watch; but none of them wear watches so he doesnt know if they’d use it. Cuff links would work great with their tuxes, but none of them wear suits so they’d probably lose them 🙂
So what now? booze? Fiance was thinking maybe a nice reversible belt (brown on one side, black on the other) cause they need nice ones for the tuxes and they would def wear them. So we’re leaning that way, but unsure still lol
what are you doing?
Post # 3
My fiance found a company that repurposes old pieces of iron to make bottle openers, so he got each of his guys one.
Post # 4
My Fiance got his grromsmen their gifts this weekend 🙂 He got them each a new MMO video game that they all plan to play together. All four of them are huge gamer-types and play games together all the time so this made the most sense 🙂
Post # 5
@HeLovesDogs: there are tons of great ideas on pinterest. some of i have seen include:
1) flasks with their initials or names
2) sets of tumblers with their names
3) credit-card bottle openers with their names
4) embroidered laptop cases
6) buy the tie for the wedding for them
7) personalized cooler chairs
8) engraved knives
9) “pick your poison” mini booze kit
10) custom engraved whiskey decanters
Post # 6
We just gave our grooms men a visa gift card for $50
Post # 7
we have one groomsman and one groomsmaid. we are giving our groomsman a personalized leatherman, and probably a thank you card and a gift card (I like that idea @alexisatk).
Post # 8
The guys in our wedding party are all gamers, so we got them gift cards ($75) to amazon so that they could buy whatever game they wanted. I also made them super mario boutonnieres.
Post # 9
We gifted their shirts and ties, since we wanted them to match exactly and felt bad making them pay for them (after already paying for matching suits).
Then we gave them Craftsman bottle openers (I gave one to Darling Husband years ago and he’s obsessed with it: http://www.sears.com/craftsman-cap-wrench-bottle-opener/p-00944500000P?PDP_REDIRECT=false&s_tnt=39869:4:0) which we engraved with their names, and Darling Husband signed them up for a beer of the month club.
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2013 - Ontario, Canada
We are buying them their tuxes and then we are planning on giving them a small personal gift as well. Possibly fun cufflinks that are very “them” i.e. bike ones for the Groomsmen that is super into biking and something game related for the gamer etc. I think cufflinks are pretty good even if you don’t wear a suit every day as you can use them with a nice shirt with with jeans for a date night or something too.