Our last blog featured 5 of our favorite bridesmaid gifts to give the lovely ladies in your wedding party. Today... let's hear it for the boys! We can't leave those wonderful gentleman out that are standing up for the groom at your wedding. Today we're showing off 5 of the best groomsman gift ideas that you can find when you head on over to WhereBridesGo.com.
Where ladies are often thrilled to get gifts that are pretty, men usually prefer something that they can use, or a novelty gift that brings a grin to their face. Not all groomsman are alike, so it's perfectly okay to get different thank you presents for each one. Let the gift reflect the friendship between him and the groom. A nice bonus when you shop at our online wedding accessory store is that nearly every item can be personalized. There's a lot to pick from , but here are 5 of our favorite ideas to get you started.
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You've decided to have a military wedding—complete with all the pomp and circumstance such a formal affair entails. Here some tips on planning the wedding of your dreams that still conforms to longstanding military tradition and protocol.
Wedding Attire The main difference between a military wedding and a civilian wedding is that the bride and/or groom will be in uniform. An officer or enlisted personnel in the bridal party wears uniforms that comply with the formality of the wedding and seasonal uniform regulations. For commissioned officers, the evening or mess dress uniform is equivalent to the civilian black tie. Commissioned officers who elect to wear a sword or saber with their uniform should stand to the left of the bride so as to protect her from the blade.
For enlisted personnel, dress blues or Army greens should be worn. Remember, never wear a boutonnière with a military uniform. Military ribbons or medals are the only adornments permitted on the uniform.
Those wonderful women that will be standing at the altar next to you while you say "I do" to your groom are very special people. If they weren't, they wouldn't be in that honorable position. One way to show them how thankful you are is by finding the best bridesmaid gifts that they can treasure after your wedding day. You can find pages full of wonderful gift ideas for your bridesmaids at WhereBridesGo.com, but here are 5 of our favorite ideas to get you started.
Jewelry You can save your bridesmaids the expense of having to buy jewelry to match their gowns by giving it to them as a gift. This will also be a marvelous keepsake that they can wear after the wedding day too. We offer an incredible selection of beautiful jewelry in our online wedding accessory store, and best of all, most pieces can be personalized.
Jewelry Boxes Something that can also be useful for them on a daily basis is always a good idea. Something pretty to keep all of their jewelry would be perfect…