Groomsmen gifts

With the wedding one week behind us, we have now had time to relax, unwind, and let it all sink in. I must admit, I am having a bit of wedding withdrawal. (I think we both are) .. so with that being said. I am going to start documenting part of the wedding on the blog, in an effort to capture and share all of the small details of the day, that made it ours.

First up- Groomsmen & Father of the Bride gifts. This was an aspect of the wedding the C fully owned, and took care of. From the moment we got engaged, we knew we wanted a southern wedding, and for C that meant Southern Proper ties. We contacted them and were able to order the Sweet Magnolia Gent Tie in navy for the groomsmen, and the fathers of the bride and groom. Southern Proper even worked with C's sister to create a tie and belt for the ringbearer.

Above (left photo, L to R) C's brother-Mike, Dad-Don, Brother Jon, and Nephew-G (notice the adorable mini Tie on grant. (right photo) C & his groomsmen Sporting their Ties with their Cotton Boutonnieres 
Above is how many of the gifts were wrapped for the wedding. I used a white craft box, with 2 inch navy grossgrain ribbon, and then 2.5x2.5 stickers I had printed with (more of this in upcoming weeks with giveaway &/or discount code, I am working with them on details now.)
Above and below are close ups of what was in the groomsmen boxes. They included a bottole of Single Barrel whiskey, wedding koozie, Southern Proper tie, navy argyle socks, and a handwritten note from C

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