Wedding etiquette dictates that the bridesmaids and groomsmen, including the best man, receive presents from the bride and groom, respectively, as a token of thanks for participating in the special event. The bride and groom traditionally honour the wedding party at the rehearsal dinner, which is usually held the night before the wedding.
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Custom Groomsmen Bobbleheads
Grooms can order custom groomsmen bobbleheads, a fun addition to the bobblehead collection of any sports fan. Companies allow customers to design every aspect of the doll, such as the colour of the tuxedo, tie, T-shirt and vest, as well as facial hair, hair colour and eye colour. For an added bit of fun, customers can add tattoos, sunglasses or a digital voice recorder.
Personalised Cuff Links
Personalised cuff links made from stainless steel might feature the initials or the best man's full name. The best man can wear the cuff links the day of the wedding, for work or for future special events. Grooms with a higher budget could order silver or gold cuff links.
Monogrammed Leather Flask
Monogrammed leather flasks serve as highly personal best man gifts. The inscription can feature the best man's name or perhaps a personalised message of thanks for participating in the wedding. The groom might include a fine bottle of Scotch or whiskey, adding to the gift's theme.
Purse hooks, which latch onto tables and hold purses, prevent handbags from dragging on the floor and getting dirty. Purse hooks made of steel, nickel and marcasite also might feature jewelled decorations or monogrammed initials. Bridesmaids can use the contraption on the day of the wedding.
Compact mirrors serve as a feminine and functional gift for bridesmaids. The outside portion of the compact might feature a personalised message or a jewelled design. Some high-end boutiques sell particularly ornate compact mirrors, some of which come equipped with velvet carrying cases for added protection.
Personalised Jewelry Boxes
Jewellery serves a common gift for a bridesmaid, particularly a pair of earrings or a necklace to wear to the wedding. As an added perk, brides can present the jewellery in a personalised photo jewellery box, perhaps featuring pictures of the bride and bridesmaid together.
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