Gifts for Grooms

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It is tradition for couples like to exchange a special gift on their wedding day, and like most brides, you will want to give your groom something that not only shows how much he means to you, but something he will be able to treasure or remember for years to come. Although you’re in the middle of a huge wedding planning operation, you will want to take your time to choose the perfect groom gift for your husband-to-be! Here are a few gift ideas which you might find helpful…

Gift Experiences

For gift ideas that will put them in the driving seat check out different driving gift experiences. You could wow your groom with a thrilling and challenging Ferrari or Porsche driving gift or thrill them with the skills of champion rally drivers in a fast and furious Rally Driving experience.

If you feel he’d like to take to the air, why not book a flying lesson! Imagine his face as he feels the adrenalin rush and takes the controls of a light plane during his lesson or experiences the total tranquillity of drifting silently on the wind in a Gliding Lesson.

First Edition Book

If your groom is an avid reader, then what better gift than a first edition copy of a book by his favourite author. Or better still, a signed copy. It’s often surprising what little treasures can be found in antique markets and second-hand book shops. There are many specialist and reputable sellers online too! Look for sellers who are possibly members of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association (ABA), the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB) or the Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association (PBFA).

Keepsake Watch

It goes without saying that one of the most traditional and popular gifts a bride can give her groom on their wedding day is a keepsake watch. It’s something that is not only practical but will also become an heirloom which can be passed down to any children that may come along in the future. The watch can be engraved with your names or initials, and the date of the marriage, and possibly a personal message. Always shop with a reputable jeweller, and you might even be able to purchase your bridesmaids gifts there as well!

Honeymoon Treats

Whether you’re having a honeymoon abroad, or a low-key mini moon in the UK, why not give your husband-to-be a gift he can use on your honeymoon? A pair of designer sunglasses would work for a beach honeymoon or a ski break, and luxurious toiletries in a leather washbag will always come in useful for a mini moon.

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