A common tradition before a couple's big day is to exchange wedding gifts. It doesn't matter if it's big or small, grand or simple. The only thing that matters is that there is significance and meaning behind the gift. There are a number of things that you can give to your groom but this isn't just an ordinary birthday gift - it's his wedding present - so the more personal and special, the better. Have it delivered to his wedding suite the night before or the morning of your big day!
Not sure of what to get? Let us help you out with our list for some inspiration in choosing your one-of-a-kind gift!
Love is timeless- why not give him a watch with an engraved message on the back. Pick a classic style that he can wear forever or perhaps pass down to your children or grandchildren one day!
ENGRAVED CUFF LINKS
Cuff links are a time-less gift that he can wear to the office or date night. Make it even more personal by engraving your wedding date, initials or even your the first date. We especially love these Tiffany cuff links.
Whether it is the Cartier Love bracelet or ring these unisex pieces are timeless! This iconic jewelry symbolizes love and commitment around the world. The bracelet can be locked to your grooms wrist with a gold screwdriver that represents eternal fidelity.
If the two of you appreciate a good bottle of wine then why not send him your favorite wine, but dated. Remember ladies, the older the better! Whether it's from your favorite winery, the bottle you both drank on your first date or just your regular Saturday night go-to, he'll totally appreciate this gift. Drink it on a special anniversary like your ten year or an important mile-stone such as closing on a new home!
A BOUDOIR ALBUM
Take a page out of Jessie James Decker's book (literally) and set up a sexy photo shoot for your hunny. Mrs. Decker sent her then-future husband Jet's wide receiver Eric Decker, a sexy photo album before their nuptials. Not only will your groom be blown away with how amazing you look, but he'll appreciate the sexy gesture. Years down the line he can flip through the pages and reminisce when the two of you were young.
A BOOK OF LOVE NOTES
This idea is probably the simplest but will definitely take the most time. Give your fiance a book of hand written love letters and have it delivered the morning of your wedding. He can read through it while he gets ready and reflect on the significant union that is about to take place. It doesn't have to be 100 pages! You can write every day during the week or month before your wedding. Tell him your thoughts, memories, or dreams that you have and all the reasons why you love him.