Best Groomsmen Gift Ideas

Best Groomsmen Gift Ideas

If you’re shopping for groomsmen gifts, look no further than the gift giving experts at Padis Jewelry. Whether you have one best man or a half dozen groomsmen, these are some of the best groomsmen gift ideas that are classic, trendy, and also practical.

  1. Personalized Whiskey Glasses or Decanters

The classic groomsman gift is a whiskey glass or decanter with a special engraving or monogram. This is something that will be cherished every time he pours a glass. Plus, who doesn’t love a little whiskey before the ceremony?

Source: the knot shop

2. Leather Travel Bag and Kit 

Great for a destination wedding, a leather travel bag is something they’ll actually use. Add some essentials like travel-size aftershave or cologne for an added bonus.

Source: LifetimeLeatherCo at Etsy

3. Wooden Keepsake Box 

A wooden keepsake box can be used to store photos, cigars, or other mementos from the wedding. You might consider personalizing each one with their name on the top of the box.


4. Timepiece

A timepiece is more of a splurge, but worth it if you have a special connection to your groomsmen. You can’t go wrong with Bulova.

Source: Padis Jewelry

5. Tie or Bow Tie

If you want your groomsmen to wear matching ties or bow ties for the ceremony, consider incorporating it into their groomsmen gift. Weddings can be expensive for the bridal party, so it’s always nice to give what you can.

Source: The Tie Bar

6. Portable Speaker

For the friends who love to entertain, hike, cook, chill, Sunday-Funday, or just love to have fun, a travel-size portable speaker is a creative gift idea.

7. Fun Socks

If you want to get a little cheeky, hop on the fun socks train. Choose a colorful pattern, bold saying, or throwback design to symbolize your easy going personality.

Source: NoColdFeetCo at Etsy

8. Engraved Pocket Knife 

For the guys who are into outdoor adventure, an engraved pocket knife is a classic gift. It’s something they’ll use for years to come and even pass down to future generations.

Source: Boker USA

9. Experience

There are so many experiences that you could gift to a groomsman. Think about things like a hot air balloon ride, wine tour, bike excursion, or sunset cruise, just to name a few.

10. Paid Accommodations

With destination weddings becoming more and more popular, why not offer to pay for your groomsmen’s accommodations?


Once you find groomsmen gifts, don’t forget the wedding bands! Our non-commissioned jewelry experts are ready to help. Get started by scheduling a visit to the Padis Jewelry showroom.