Hi, lovelies! Happy Friday! We love all of your wonderful Ask Emmaline questions that keep rolling in! Today we’re sharing the latest question from bride-to-be, Veronica. She asks,
[su_quote cite=”Veronica”]I’m getting married in January and I’m looking for wedding party gifts. I am planning to get my parents gifts, too, but I have no idea what to get for my dad. Do you have any ideas for father of the bride gifts he might like? Thank you![/su_quote]
Gifts for Father of the Bride
Hi, Veronica! Wonderful question! A gift for the father of the bride is a wonderful way to show your appreciation and honor your dad on your wedding day. If you asked him, your dad would probably tell you that walking you down the aisle or sharing your Father / Daughter dance together is a gift enough, but we also found a few cute gift ideas that will make him smile (and cry a few happy tears). Read on to see our handpicked father of the bride gift ideas!
1. Cuff Links
A pair of cuff links is a beautiful gift idea for dad because he can wear them the day of your wedding. He’ll always have a special pair of cuff links to wear when he gets dressed up and they’ll remind him of you. Plus, with cute phrases like, “Of all the walks we’ve ever taken, his one is my favorite” or “I’ll always be your little girl”, you can’t help but love them! By Over the Moon Bridal.
2. A personalized guitar pick
If your dad is a guitar player, he’ll love this personalized and functional gift idea. Guitar pick by Sierra Metal Design.
3. Custom stamped fishing lures
Is dad an avid fisherman? He’ll love keeping this sentimental fishing lure in his tackle box. By C and T Custom Lures.
4. A personalized tie bar
This one is by Tag You’re It Jewelry.
5. This beautiful poem
Aww, this is sweet! By The Vow Sheffield.
6. Or, write your own poem (or sweet message) inside a card
This one is by Love in an Envelope.
These are just a few of our favorite gift ideas to inspire you! You can find more in The Marketplace. P.S. Dad would REALLY love it if you pick out a great song with him for your first dance; walk with him down the aisle; and spend a few minutes chatting with him before the big walk before the ceremony. :)
Hope these help!