GroomÍs Checklist for a Winter Holiday Wedding
Posted by AMIT SUTHAR
While everyone else is decking the halls, holiday shopping, and fa-la-la-la-la-ling, a guy who is getting married in the months of December or January has much more on his to-do list. Many couples choose to get married at this time of year, not because the winter landscape creates a beautiful backdrop for a white wedding but also extended family members are usually already gathered together. In the hustle and bustle of the season, don’t let the following details slip by you before the big day approaches.
1) Don’t forget to select a wedding gift AND a holiday gift for your bride. While you may think the proximity of the two occasions makes it acceptable to give one gift; believe us, your fiancée will certainly be expecting two gifts, so check out our life-saving selection of gifts for the bride.
2) Order your groomsmen gifts early, to avoid the hassles of holiday mail delivery. In a pinch however, Groomstand.com offers a variety of shipping options (including overnight delivery) to suit your situation, even for people with procrastinating dispositions.
3) Consider holiday-themed groomsmen gifts. A unique idea for groomsmen gifts is to take our traditional engraved photo ornament, insert a fun picture of you and your groomsman having a great time (perhaps from the bachelor party), and tie it around the neck of his favorite bottle of scotch or whiskey. Your good name is sure to be toasted until the bottle of booze is drained.
4) Make a contingency plan in case the weather turns severe during your wedding ceremony and reception. Consider how guests will travel home safely or if the venue will allow you to stay longer if needed. In either event, our personalized leather auto utility kit, personalized fleece blanket, and umbrellas make useful wedding favors and groomsmen gifts. So do personalized flasks if the weather turns really, really bad and everyone is stuck inside for days!