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How Much Does a Groomsman Gift Cost?

 
 average costRange: $20-$150 
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  Typical costs:
  • A simple groomsman's gift -- for example, a book or DVD; a basic accessory, such as a leather wallet or money clip; or a personalized item, such as a monogrammed flask or lighter -- costs $20 to $50.
  • A standard groomsman's gift like sterling silver cufflinks or an iPod shuffle costs $50 to $100.
  • A box of high-end cigars; a pair-of tickets to a basketball game, or a certificate for a massage at a spa costs $100 to $150 and up.
  • For more gift ideas, Gifts.com provides top gift picks for groomsmen in various categories: accessories[1] , personalized items[2] , toys and games[3] , electronics[4] , cigars[5] and gourmet food and drink[6] . SignatureDays.com[7] can be searched based on price and the recipient's personality type.
Related articles: Bridesmaid Gift, Groomsman's Suit or Tuxedo

What should be included:
  • The gifts usually are presented to the groomsmen at the rehearsal dinner or on the morning of the wedding day. It is a good idea to take a few minutes privately with each groomsman to thank him for participating in the wedding. TheKnot.com offers a primer on the basics of groomsmen's gifts.
Additional costs:
  • Having a gift such as a wallet or flask or money clip monogrammed adds a personal touch. Monogramming is sometimes free, but usually does not cost more than $10 extra.
  • Having the gift professionally wrapped, or purchasing gift wrap and ribbons, will cost $3 to $15 extra per gift.
Shopping for a groomsman gift:
  • Tip: Make sure the gift clearly comes from the groom -- not the bride. TheKnot.com[8] has gift ideas.
  • TheKnot.com[9] has a wedding shop that offers groomsmen's gifts.
  • Other popular gift websites include HammacherSchlemmer.com[10] , ShopComposition.com, and SharperImage.com[11] .
  • Surprise.com[12] lets you find a gift based on the recipient's personality.
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  1.  www.gifts.com/
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  5.  www.gifts.com/
  6.  www.gifts.com/
  7.  www.signaturedays.com/signaturedays/pages/misc/index.aspx
  8.  wedding.theknot.com/groom-groomsmen/groomsmen-tips/articles/7-cant-miss-groomsmen-...
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  10.  www.hammacher.com/
  11.  www.sharperimage.com/
  12.  www.surprise.com/personality/
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