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Groomsmen Gifts

Groomsmen Gifts Galore

By Kathryn M. D’Imperio

When it comes down to it, guys are the best kind of friends to have. Whether you are a guy or a girl (unless you date), they stick with you through it all. They are more of a brother to you than a friend. They never talk trash about you behind your back. They usually don't go after your significant other. If they have a problem with you - they usually tell you, you both throw a few punches, and you're friends again.

These reasons and many more make it easy to see how much a guy appreciates his compadres. When it all comes down to it, he knows they are there for him. As a man prepares to give up his freedom, so to speak, or to shackle on the ball and chain, as some might say, it is only appropriate that his brothers and best friends see him off.

To convey to his groomsmen just how much their loyalty and support means, the groom typically chooses a special gift to give his attendants on the big day. Below are a number of options to fit just about any personality type, and just about any budget.

Traditional Gifts

  • Cologne
  • Cufflinks
  • Keepsake box
  • Key chain (engraved)
  • Money clips
  • Wallets

Business Gifts

  • Business card case or holder
  • Checkbook cover
  • Desk clock
  • Leather travel sets
  • Luggage tag
  • Passport case
  • Personalized pen set

Pleasure Gifts

  • Beer mugs (filled with goodies, and/or engraved)
  • Corkscrew
  • Fancy lighter
  • Flask (engraved)
  • Gift cards
  • Golf accessory caddy
  • Monogrammed professional baseball bats
  • Personalized glassware
  • Personalized golf putter
  • Pocket watches
  • Poker set
  • Something useful - If the groomsmen are fishermen, how about a new fishing pole or a tackle box? For hunters, consider a filet knife... for outdoorsmen, a compass, etc.
  • Stainless bar set
  • Swiss Army knife / pen knife
  • Watch

Also see: Wedding Gifts from Groom to Bride

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