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Personalized beer steins. That's what I did and they came out pretty awesome.
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Agreed. I was in a buddy's wedding recently and he made us all buy French cuff shirts. We didn't know why until we got the groomsmen gifts and he had gotten us cuff links. They were very well received.
That Decanter is sweet. I like the flask and pen idea as well. But this is a must have lol..
I was recently married and did flasks. I know that everyone does that, or seems too, but it went over well. Had them engraved with each persons initials and the date, and then loaded them with each persons favorite liquor. But agree with a previous post that they never hold enough fluid!!
Congrats to you on the upcoming wedding!
I got married a few years back, and we got all of our guys engraved humidors stocked with a few cigars. Everyone really liked them and I know that most of the guys still use theirs. One wedding i was in we all got Oakley sunglasses, and in another one we got engraved beer mugs. Good luck!
I gave my groomsmen a case pocket knife and a beer, they all seem to like them.
Please tell me it was a can of beer and you got wedding photos of all of the guys shotgunning the beer with the help of the pocket knife.
Still waiting for the fool that breaks in my house so I can finally use it.
I did personalized bobbleheads for each of them. Just had to get a front and side picture and tell the bobblehead company what kind of outfit I wanted them in. Went over very well.
I like it what is the website or company?
Man, it was about 6.5 years ago. I can't for the life of me remember what the site was. I just googled "personalized bobbleheads" and there were a bunch of results. I think I paid about $130 per but it looks like you can get them for less than $100 now.
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