Wedding Cufflinks

Some Tips On Choosing :

Groom:  Is second only to the bride on the big day, so his cufflinks should complement his attire. Ideally, it is good to complement the jewellery of the bride - for instance, If she is wearing silver jewellery, then the groom will look great in silver cufflinks, providing these go well with his clothing. Novelty/ joke cufflinks are best avoided!

Best Man & Ushers: Cufflinks make a great gift to show your appreciation of the best man and his ushers, and can even be personalised. Though you would need to give them, ahead of the big day, so that everyone is prepared. The best man & ushers cufflinks would look good if they all match. The choice of design would somewhat be dictated by the style and colour of wedding attire. For modern and traditional weddings square coloured cufflinks look great; and can be chosen to match the waistcoat or tie/cravat worn by the men.

Father of the Bride / Father of the Groom: It is often good to give the fathers a smart design of cufflink, to show appreciation for their contribution on the big day . If possible, try to get the main style of cufflink to match the ushers, best man etc but consider buying a cufflink box which can be engraved with a personalised message..........

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