Three groomsmen gift ideas that are sure to be a hit



With your wedding party set and your invitations sent out, there’s a multitude of things to accomplish before your wedding day, but one job that should be at the top of your list is finding ways to thank your groomsmen. While it may not measure up to the caliber of events for a bridal party, groomsmen are still an essential part of your wedding preparations who will play a major role in your ceremony.

 

If you don’t know where to start in terms of finding a series of gifts that will appease every member of your group, check out a few of these ideas from Park Savoy that are sure to be a hit with your groomsmen.

 

1. Matching watches

If you’re looking for something that your groomsmen are sure to use in the future, matching watches are a great step in the right direction. To make the gift have a lasting touch, search for a style that can go nicely with your wedding attire so all of your groomsmen will have a streamlined look on your big day.

2. Thank you compilations

If you’d like your gift to stand out from the crowd, set a uniform price point to work with and give each of your groomsmen a box with their favorite kind of spirit, ties, flasks, grilling supplies or anything else that pairs with their interests. This will go a long way toward pleasing everyone in your group and a good rule of thumb to keep in mind is: the more personal and creative you get, the more positive reaction’s you’ll see.

3. Plan a group outing

One of the harsh realities of weddings is that while you all may be close friends and family members, it can be difficult to get your whole group under the same roof unless there’s another special occasion on the horizon. One way to keep that spirit of camaraderie that is fostered during your wedding day is by planning a group outing in the future. Whether it’s playing a round of golf, taking a group vacation or taking a tour of local breweries, these are great ways to maintain that bond and keep those friendships going long after your wedding day.