Historically, groomsmen tend to be pretty low-key guys. But, as the groom, that doesn’t make it any easier to buy your dudes a thank-you gift for being there for you on your wedding day. You want to give them something that says thanks—but also “Let’s party!” And well, that’s easier said than done.
Stumped on what to get your crew? Check out 10 of the best groomsmen gifts that they’ll love, appreciate and actually use.
10 Groomsmen Gifts That They’ll Love
Watches are a go-to groomsmen gift for good reason—they’re timeless and of course, luxe. There’s no better way to show your boys you’re thankful they’re a part of your bridal party than with a watch as flashy as Vincero Collective’s Rogue. One VinceroCollective.com reviewer wrote, “My Vincero Rogue watch fits great. Very comfortable to wear, and looks great, too. The Seiko mech-quartz movement keeps excellent time. I’m very happy with my purchase.”
A tray—as a groomsmen gift? Hear us out: The Rivet Valey Tray from Lifetime Leather Co. is a gorgeously crafted staple piece that fits everything from phones and remotes to wallets and keys. Copper riveted, burnished corners and authentic full grain leather make this 8.5 inch by 9 inch by 2 inch tray the ideal catchall in either a bedroom, living room or foyer. Plus, it’s monogrammed for a pristine, personalized touch.
Make sure your buds stay hydrated with Stainless Steel Customized Flasks from the Personalization Lab. This set of six flasks comes with a funnel and black gift box (it’s all customizable in the Customize Now section on Amazon), free engraving and best of all, it looks more expensive than it really is.
Nothing says “I love you, man” like a whiskey decanter. And a personalized one? Even better! Each decanter in this set of five holds 23 ounces of liquor and offers up to 15 characters of personalization.
Suit up! The Personalized Copper Tie Clip from the Handmade section of Amazon measures one-quarter inch by two-and-a-half inches and is stamped with “Suit up” on the back. It features your groomsman’s initials on the front, and you can also personalize the card, as well, with four different card choice options.
The Etsy shop, Uniquebobbleheads, is known for its, well, unique bobbleheads, which it can make for just about anybody. But it’s the shop’s Personalized Bottle Openers that will really get your bridal party’s attention. The head of each of your groomsmen is made with polymer clay, and the rest of the opener is made with high-quality stainless steel. It’s not only a thoughtful gift—it’s absolutely hilarious.
If it’s something totally unique you’re looking for, the Handcrafted Wooden Dumbbells and Resistance Bands from Food52 are different and useful, which means your exercise-inclined groomsmen might just love them! German-designed and with natural hardwood—either American walnut or Canadian maple—and brass detailing, this set is minimalist-approved and perfect for any guy’s workout aesthetic.
Clayton and Crume’s Rocks Glasses set are made with full-grain leather and robust stitching. They come with an option for free monogramming (for up to three letters). Handcrafted in Kentucky, each set comes with two glasses and two leather wraps. What’s classier than that?
Ties can be notoriously difficult to store and pack. Especially if you’re asking your groomsmen to travel for your wedding, this Tie Case from Leatherology can be very useful. Choose from black onyx, brown or cognac-colored leather ,or for an extra $40, upgrade to the premium quality leather in ebony, whiskey or espresso. All in all, the Tie Case—which features a soft fabric lining, metal zipper closure and interior snap pockets with tie clips—holds two to four ties comfortably and keeps them secured no matter how many miles you travel.
The Rambler 30-Ounce Tumbler With MagSlider Lid from Yeti is the ultimate groomsmen gift for your bros. Who doesn’t want a Yeti? And who doesn’t want the best, highest-ounce Yeti of all-time? It’s made with kitchen-grade stainless steel and its double-wall vacuum insulation will keep your buddies’ drinks super cold—no matter how long the ceremony takes.
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