Guys are not usually very sentimental towards one another, and this is particularly true when it comes to bachelor parties. In fact, the groom-to-be can expect his friends to be the complete opposite when they arrive to the party bearing gifts. Here are five ideas for that bachelor whose days of freedom are dwindling.
1: ‘Game Over’ T-Shirt
It could be any t-shirt related to matrimony, really. But, the one that gets the most…appreciation…is the one that shows a bride and groom with the words ‘Game Over’ on it. Note to the bachelor – you might not want to let your little lady see the shirt, if she’s sensitive to these things! Here is a website for this gift: zazzle.com.
2: GROOM Sunglasses
They are goofy, ridiculous, and altogether attention-grabbing. But, the man headed down the aisle may be just that kind of guy! And, while the new bride is sporting her “Just Married” apparel all over the place, the new groom can coordinate with these shades. Check them out at bachelorette.com.
3: Box of Cigars
Some people are social drinkers; other people are social smokers. Better yet, men enjoy a good cigar in the company of friends. Giving the gift of cigars is something that not only the groom-to-be will enjoy but also the men at the party. Find a good cigar shop and bring enough for everyone (should the groom decide to share).
4: Exotic Dancer
This may be known as something else, but let’s face it – wild and crazy guys tend to have wild and crazy parties. It’s a fact that some sort of dancer may show up to bachelor parties, so if this is something that the groom would appreciate, give him the gift of dance! I don’t have any website suggestions for this – you’re on your own!
5: Sporting Equipment
Is the groom a golfer? A bowler? If you are usually one of the partners in crime for the future groom’s sporting outings, you should know better than anybody what he may need in the way of equipment. Now is your chance to get it for him.
There are a lot of other ideas for gag gifts or just plain embarrassing gifts for the groom. But, what will he do with those things after the party is over? Keep it relatively classy and functional, if you can. Whatever you decide to do, make sure that it is all about the groom.