By Sian-Louise - Dust and Things
Preparing for your wedding day can be overwhelming. You most likely have a giant to do list and time spent with your other half can be filled with formalities and arrangements in the run up to your big day. Today we are hoping to ease the wedding stress by sharing our picks of the best Groom Gifts to give you some ideas. Whether you choose to give each other a wedding gift on the morning or evening of your special day, it will be a reminder of that moment!
Illustrations and personalised portraits of couples are becoming more and more popular with so many styles out there to choose from. Most artists will work from a photograph of a couple, so you can choose a moment that you want to capture such as the enagagement or a favourite holiday snap. This Letterfest portrait uses graphic black line to capture the subject with a splash of charcoal watercolour adding your choice of words. If you are not one for hanging photographs on your walls, this makes for a wonderful alternative and a really special gift for your Groom.
Everyone wants to look good on their wedding day! This Overindulgence Survival Kit contains a selection of items to help the Groom refresh after celebrating, such as eye cream, tooth brush and tooth paste. It's not just the Bride that enjoys a pamper and this might be just what he needs after the stag do....
For a more traditional Groom gift, a jewellery item such as cufflinks can be customised and worn on the wedding day for the personal touch. These silver cufflinks can have secret messages etched into them, the date of your ceremony, or even a wedding crest. Definitely a gift to give before the big day, so they can be part of the Groom's attire.
If you're looking for a more understated Groom gift, try this matching set of mugs. You could even use them at the wedding breakfast or for a cup of tea on the morning of your big day whilst you are getting ready. A nice alternative to champagne flutes perhaps! What would you buy as a wedding gift for your husband to be?