They may be small, but cuff links are a very easy and fun way to customize your attire. Get your initials engraved into them, like these Square Engraved Cuff Links. I’m also a big fan of these cuff links, which feature one initial and are bordered in black. You can also look for unique cuff links that reflect your hobbies and interests. There’s golf ball cufflinks, taco cuff links, Nintendo cuff links – you name it, it’s probably out there somewhere.
Not only will a tie clip keep your necktie attached to your shirt and out of the cake or other wedding foods, but it’s perfect for creating a meaningful ensemble. You can get personalized tie clips with your name engraved, the date or even the word “groom.” If you’re still looking for the perfect gift for your groomsmen, consider giving them tie clips adorned with the word “groomsman.”
Putting customized stickers on the bottom of shoes is often done by the bride, with one shoe saying “I” and the other saying “do.” But who’s to say the guys can’t partake in this tradition as well? You can have the bottom of your shoes say “she’s mine” “yee haw” or “lucky me.” You can even coordinate with your bride and have hers say “I do” and yours say “Me too.” Awww.
Sewn in love notes
On the back of your tie, have a message sewn on that only you and your bride will know is there. Many grooms choose to have the wedding date or his initials printed on the back of the tie with a little heart next to it.
Boutonnieres are typically a flower worn on the lapel of the groom that coordinates with the bride’s bouquet. But some couples are opting to customize the boutonniere a bit to fit the theme of the wedding and the interests of the groom. For example, a rustic wedding would be the perfect opportunity to use a gold or black bullet shell for the boutonniere. Stick a bloom in the top, add a feather or wrap a burlap string around it and you have an especially cool item to wear on your jacket when you say “I do.”