The wedding gift from the bride to the groom is a special token of appreciation for the years of happiness to come. Gifts can be homemade, personalised and reflect the personality of the groom. Before purchasing a gift for the groom, know what he likes and what he wants in order to pick the ideal gift.
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Jewellery and wallets are traditional gifts from the bride to the groom. If your husband-to-be wears jewellery, then he might like a necklace or bracelet. A keepsake box for jewellery and other small items could be an additional gift with the jewellery or by itself. If the groom doesn't wear jewellery, opt for a new watch or pocket watch. Other traditional ideas include cuff links, a leather wallet, bifold or money clip.
Create a gift basket filled with all of the groom's favourite things. Fill it was something simple like all of his favourite snack foods, or make it a golf-themed basket filled with personalised golf balls and tees. If the groom has an office, give him an engraved frame where he can place a photo from the wedding. Another gift idea would be to make a calender with photos of the two of you.
A digital camera for him to use on the honeymoon is one gift idea. A camcorder with a portable DVD player would also come in handy on the honeymoon. If the groom likes video games, you can consider a gaming system or several games. Other gadgets include an iPod or MP3 player for the flight to the honeymoon destination or a flat screen TV for the newlywed home. GPS systems for the vacation and regular use is a gift idea for the groom as well.
If you are a knitter, then knitting an afghan or sweater is a thoughtful gift idea. Sewing a fluffy bathrobe will come in handy for the honeymoon and at home. You could also create a collage or scrapbook of memories of the bride and groom throughout your relationship. You could also paint or draw a meaningful piece of artwork for your husband-to-be.
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