Wedding day gifts for my new husband

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Wedding day gifts for my new husband
Offer your new husband a memento for your big day. (exchange of wedding ring bride groom image by Paul Retherford from

On the wedding day, it is common to present gifts to your bridesmaids and groomsmen, but remember that it is a good time to give a gift to your spouse as well. Your relatives and friends are going to be presenting you with gifts, and during this frenzied period in your life, let your new husband know how much you appreciate him with a small gift.

Cuff Links

Cuff links are an ideal gift if he is going to be wearing a shirt with French cuffs. Cuff links range from plain and simple designs to elegantly elaborate designs, so choose a design that matches his taste and style. He can wear the cuff links to the wedding itself, so present them the night before. Choose a set that matches the wedding style and add a small bit of glimmer to your new husband's outfit at the ceremony.


Planning a wedding takes time and effort, and both of you might have not had many chances for fun in the days and weeks leading up to the ceremony. Purchase some tickets for an event that he will like in the days after your honeymoon. The gift may be as simple as movie tickets or it can be as elaborate as tickets to the championship game of his favourite sport. If your new husband is a geek, look up the local science-fiction or gaming conventions in your area and give him tickets to those events.


Give your new husband a journal that matches his style, whether he likes something sleek with refillable pages or he would prefer something classic and thick, bound in leather. Throw in a high-quality fountain pen and, for a homemade touch, slide a homemade bookmark between the pages. Suggest that he can use it to chronicle your lives together or write in it with him, alternating entries to each other.


A small handkerchief is a simple yet useful gift that can be easily personalised to match your new husband's tastes. Give him a plain set if he does not like frills, or have it embroidered to suit his style. For example, embroider his initials in the corner, or his full name along one side. You can also have the handkerchief embroidered with a simple design that matches one of his interests, like a basketball for a basketball player or a pen for a writer.

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