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That Extra-Special Groom’s Gift

By Richa

A little something special to the groom-to-be is a fine way to show love and appreciation on the big day. Surprise him with a personalised gift or, send him off with a great present on his way to the honeymoon. Any unique wedding gift for the groom is sure to make him feel special.

On a day focused primarily on the bride, it’s important to make your groom feel equally as special. After all, it’s his big day too! Many brides are starting to embrace the idea of wedding day gifts for their grooms, whether it’s a small surprise or an extravagant gift. Of course, you can purchase bridal lingerie or something that acts as a gift for both of you, but giving him something that’s just for him will make him feel really special. He’ll love your thoughtfulness and the excitement of receiving a present on this special day.

“Romance is an important part of life, irrespective of any gender, especially when in marriage. While we plan our gifts keeping the bride in mind, even grooms likes to feel special. Hence, wedding gifts for grooms is an innovative idea to include guys into the fun. Like the saying goes ‘why should girls have all the fun,” says Mr. Himanshu Malik, Founder and CEO of

Not just brides, even if you’re a guest at a wedding this year, it’s time to start thinking about what wedding gift to buy the lucky groom. There’s no doubt he’ll enjoy a gift from the registry, but it’s also OK to think outside the box and present your friend with a gift you know he’ll love. Here are a few routes to take when deciding on a wedding gift for the groom.

Accessories with a Twist— Like - a special pair of cufflinks that he can wear either during wedding or to formal events afterwards. You can have them monogrammed with his initials, or find a pair that showcase his personality or hobbies. You can also give personalised ties and bows with secret love messages at the back to your partner.
Some Bling for the fella— As most men prefer to keep their look minimal in terms of jewellery, a sleek chain, ring or a bracelet is perfect choice as a gift for the Indian grooms. Undoubtedly, the basic rule of ‘less is more’ applies to men when it comes to wearing jewellery. And so, a subtle design can do this job pretty well. However, make sure you choose the one that matches virility with class. The hot picks in terms of the metals include gold, titanium, and silver. And, if money is not a constraint, then you can go for the one with a variety of embellishments, like diamond, ruby, emerald, sapphire, topaz, amethyst, and a lot more. You can also gift personalised jewellery by getting the name of the couple engraved on them.

For Nerdy Love— If he is the bookish type you could try and track down a first edition or a particularly nice copy of a favourite book, or one that is signed by the author. If he has a taste for speed, arrange a day driving a classic car or visiting a racing car circuit. The man into music might love that guitar that he has had his eye on but can’t justify buying himself, framed song lyrics, or perhaps two tickets for a gig would be right up his street. Games, gadgets, movies, or comics - you know your man, take your pick!

Watch It!— Every man needs a nice watch, and what better occasion than your wedding day to unwrap a beautiful watch from your bride-to-be? Watches can range greatly in terms of price, so you’ll have a lot of options depending on how extravagant you’d like your gift to be. Because you’ll be surprising him with an important accessory that he’ll most likely wear every day, make sure that you choose a style that you feel confident that he’ll like. Or, double check the return and exchange policy just in case so that he can choose one of his own liking.

Something for the Honeymoon— Depending on where you’re going for your honeymoon, there could be a whole host of things that you can give as a present. Tropical beach vacation? Sunglasses, swim trunks and sandals would all be great ideas. Exotic location in Europe? Passport cover, luggage tags and travel books are all nice things that most people would like to have, but probably wouldn’t buy for themselves. Be creative when thinking about what items could be useful on your honeymoon. You can even create a basket of a bunch of little things instead of one big gift.

DIY Gifts— “It is a wrong notion that men don’t like romance. In fact, men love their share of mush and romance, of being chased and won over in the sweetest way. Little things count here so hand written love letters, poetry dedicated to them, a scrapbook of the memorable moments together are some of the DIY ways through which the bride can make her groom feel like he’s on the top of the world,” opines Mr. Anuj Sharma, AVP – SRS Jewells.
For Health Nuts— Start finding the best workout and running sneakers, the latest and greatest cold-weather gear, the coolest, most functional gym bags, awesome (but totally strange) kettlebells, and so much more.

Fun Experiences— If none of these ideas really suits your hubby-to-be, you can book a fun activity for him. Whether you choose to make it a date for the two of you or an excursion for his best friends, planning an experience rather than giving a tangible gift is a great idea for the man who has everything (including you!). Rock climbing, beer tasting, a day on the cricket field – choose something that you know he’ll love for an unforgettable gift.

“Gifting an experience will always leave an impact on a receiver along with an association with the gifter e.g. if a bride gifts her groom a scuba lesson, every time the man goes for scuba diving or even a swim in the sea, he will remember the wife for the first experience,” says Mr. Himanshu Malik, Founder and CEO of

Something Personal— “Personalised gifts have risen to the task of replacing clichéd, traditional gifts, with their unique prospect of turning a regular offering into a personal affair. They signify thoughtfulness and affection and hence should be given out in small doses to ensure the charm. Specially engraved jewellery or cutlery are the best ways to convey heartfelt gratitude in the most sweet and romantic way,” says Mr. Anuj Sharma, AVP – SRS Jewells.


The bride’s family are often found to be more doting towards their son-in-law, treating him with love and pampering. As a token of gratitude for loving and protecting their daughter, the bride’s family can shower him with following gifts:

  • A classic pocket ornament: Men’s jewellery are a great way to show love and affection
  • A personal grooming kit: To ensure that their son-in-law remains as radiant as their daughter
  • A gold-plated pen: To cement respect and ardour through words
  • An opulent suit: So that their son-in-law looks like royalty in the modern era
  • Tickets to an exotic place for honeymoon: The apt way to accept the couple as a part of the family

— Inputs from Mr. Himanshu Malik, Founder and CEO of

There is an endless number of possibilities when it comes to wedding day gifts for your groom. Whatever you choose should be a personal and thoughtful present, no matter how expensive or extravagant it is. Remember that it’s not a requirement to give a wedding day present to your partner, but it’s a nice touch and sweet reminder of why it is he loves you so much in the first place. Hope you find a gift that will surprise and excite your groom!

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