Everything you need to know to assess, understand, and improve a hangover.
For those who love the smell of campfire.
Artisanal toothpicks that are surprisingly tasty to chew on. Comes with 6 flavors: Cinnamint, Mint, Salted Birch, Lemon, Single Malt and Bourbon.
Every man needs one.
Also called toiletry bags, Dopp Kit's are classy and functional.
For those who really, really enjoy beer. This soap is (seriously) made from beer.
Fresh blades for less than $2 per blade.
Send a photo. Get a personalized bobblehead in return.
Never lose your keys or your phone with this bluetooth tracker. (Also doubles as a selfie remote!)
You can't do much better than Glenfiddich 12 year old scotch.
The Infinity Wallet is made of nylon-elastic to hold 1-10 cards firmly in place. Also has a slip for cash.
Ideal for wood-working and DIY projects. This wristband holds drill heads, screws, nails and more.
Playing cards with facts and information to become a true coffee connoisseur.
Firewood, Tobacco and Spruce from the Brooklyn Candle Studio.
Krave Beef Jerky uses all-natural, gourmet ingredients. Flavors include: Basil Citrus, Black Cherry Barbecue Seasoned, Chili Lime and Sweet Chipotle.
Stainless steel collapsible travel cup from Izola.
16-piece bicycle repair kit in a metal tin.
Pick your favorite National Park Stripes for cosy socks.
The perfect addition for any home bar.
No more hunting for the bottle opener.
Jack Daniels whiskey soap dispenser.
A poster with you and your friends.
Whether you want to keep your morning brew hot or water ice cold, this rambler will do the trick.
Slips into the wallet and handy for desperate times.
Carry on approved and handy for the big day.
Yes. No way around it. You must show appreciation for all that you’ve asked them to do. If you’ve stood up in a wedding before, you know how much time and money goes into it. As the groom, you are responsible for all gifts for not just your groomsman but also any ushers and ring bearers. Your father and future father in law may also receive gifts. This is assuming they’ve been heavily involved in the process as well.
This question falls deeply on your budget and personal preference. It’s more important to provide a great gift than to provide the most expensive gift. Last year the average amount spent on a groomsman gift was $35.83. The highest amounts being spent in states West Virginia, Louisiana, Mississippi, and New Jersey.
A good rule of thumb is to spend between 10% - 25% of what your groomsmen are being asked to spend to be a part of your wedding. It works by keeping it affordable for you and reminding yourself of what your asking of your guys, in turn keeping it all in check.
Depends slightly on what gift you decide on. If they have anything to do with being used on the day itself, then obviously they need them prior. It’s common for wedding party gifts to be given out at the rehearsal dinner. You could also give them at a bachelor party or morning of the wedding. If you choose an experienced based gift, then it can be given whenever you’d like them to use it.
Always give a thank you card alongside your gift. Write a personal message that is thoughtful and is a personal reflection of your relationship with that specific dude. It doesn’t have to be super mushy or long, but make sure you get the point across. You appreciate him and his efforts. Often men let the gift speak for itself, rather than writing anything too extensive. Here’s a few ideas to get you brainstorming.
For the Best Man