...then you remember, you have to get your groom a gift.
The tradition of exchanging gifts between the bride and groom is one that varies from couple to couple.
Gifts range from small sentimental items to nice pieces of jewelry.
Just remember to trust your instincts, after all, no one knows the groom better than you!
Here are a few ideas of what to give your groom on the big day:
A watch with a sweet message engraved on the back is a great option for a traditional gift.
A watch is something he will keep his whole life and remind him of the cherished memories made on your wedding day.
Cuff links are another traditional option.
Simple silver ones like these can be engraved or worn without engraving for a classic look.
If you want a gift that both your groom and his groomsmen can enjoy, a box of nice cigars and a bottle of his favorite alcohol are the way to go.
What man doesn't enjoy an ice cold beer?
Sending the groom this beer "cake" will definitely remind him that he picked the right girl!
A cute way to help your groom on the big day is to send him a "survival kit" complete with socks "in case you get cold feet".
If your groom is musical this custom silver guitar pick is an amazing keepsake.
Have it put on a chain so he can wear it around his neck under his tux or have it placed on a key ring so he can always keep it with him.
An amazing private gift for your future husband are tasteful photos of you in your bridal lingerie.
Work with your photographer to have a private session a few weeks before the wedding.
Your grooms jaw will drop when he sees these gorgeous photos of you.
Do you have any creative ideas for a groom's gift? Let us know by leaving a comment below!