Are you a man who is getting married soon? Is one of your long-time childhood friends getting married in the near future? If your answer was yes to any of the aforementioned questions, you will need to ensure that you have the best cufflinks for this life-changing event.
Not just any cufflinks, though, the bestcufflinks. Remember, this is not just any event; this is the ultimate event for two souls who have committed to being with each other romantically and spiritually until the end of time. The final frontier, it is often called.
Additionally, it only happens once. Well, it’s supposed to happen once. Ok, regardless of your opinions, we can all agree that it is absolutely imperative that everyone look their best and dress the classiest they’ve ever dressed for an event of this gravity. This means cufflinks.
But where do we get them?
Luckily for you, I know the perfect place to find the best cufflinks, and you don’t have to travel too far. They get delivered right to your mailbox, P.O. box, or doorstep after you order them online.
Cuffed.com.au has probably the largest selection of cufflinks in the world. Cufflinks for just about every holiday, season, occupation, and life event you can think of.
This post, however, will address the best wedding cufflinks you can find for a groom.
Here are 10 of the best Cufflinks you can get for the groom!
Sometimes at weddings, so many guys are wearing the same thing, that it is often difficult to distinguish who the actual groom is.
These are the perfect cufflinks to label him with. Whether it be yourself or your friend who is getting married, these cufflinks will surely provide some comic relief and show all the guests how much of a creative problem solver you are.
These are a fun set of cufflinks, and they’re not ridiculously expensive. Have at them!
These are the perfect cufflinks for when you are a groom or shopping for a groom and you are running out of time to decide what cufflinks to wear to the wedding despite having ample time to figure this out and you are now desperately trying to save yourself from spousal rage.
Ok, so your scenario might not be all that specific but pretty close. Don’t think it can’t happen to you.
These cufflinks label who the groom is but have a classier taste them. They are crafted within a silver mould with the word “GROOM” etched in all capital letters in the black background on the face of the cufflink.
If you’re looking for a little EMPHASIS with your labelling, then these are the perfect cufflinks for you.
These cufflinks are perfect for when you want to label the groom but also want to maintain the classic cufflink look.
Silver cufflinks are kind of the standard for cufflinks that usually go with every colour of shirt. The “silver” standard if you will afford me the rhetorical indulgence.
This is an elegant shiny silver classic cufflink set with the word “groom” written in fancy longhand on a silver plate.
Will look amazing at the wedding. I promise
These are a highly sophisticated looking pair of Mother of Pearl Cufflinks that will definitely cause people to do a second take at the wedding.
The gunmetal finish goes swimmingly with white shirts and dark coats. They are also labelled with the word “groom”, but it is far more subtle than other designs.
Get them while they're hot!
These astonishingly adorable cufflinks were made for the groom.
As you live in the moment of your special day, the special day is also being played out on the cuffs of your shirt.
These are more important than the ring if you ask me. Ok, maybe not as important as the ring, but a dangerously close second. Don’t they just melt your heart?
Traditional weddings have been around for a while, and they will be conducted the same way until the end of time.
While you experience the hitch in real-life, experience the hitch on the cuffs of your shirt with these cufflinks that display the ultimate hitch, a traditional wedding.
A great gift for any future husband.
These cufflinks are just so overwhelmingly cute. I get a cushy feeling just looking at these. In a small frame on the plate is a cartoon drawing of a bride and groom.
Perfect cufflinks for the groom and all the good-looking groomsmen as the word “groomsmen” is handwritten at the bottom of the picture.
These cufflinks depict one yellow smiling face and one sad face. Want to guess, with the words “married” and “single”, which words correspond to each face?
Whatever you think of weddings and marriage, wear these cufflinks at your own risk! They may be humorous, but in some cases, they may not be taken lightly.
These are the perfect cufflinks for when you forget what to say after the priest reads the vows.
It’s a big day, and you might have stage fright. I get it, these big “Keep Calm” cufflinks will be of great help on the big wedding day.
Just take a quick peek down at your cuffs, but don’t make it too obvious.
These cufflinks are exactly what they sound like and what you hope for your wedding.
A happy and well-ordered couple, with the groom wearing a kilt. You might not be wearing a kilt at your wedding, but you will look like a happy couple.
The big wedding day can be overwhelming. Overwhelming emotionally or physically. But in regard to style, you shouldn’t worry at all.
You have come to Cuffed.com.au. Where it is 100% certain that you will fulfil your outfit wishes and complete your wedding look like the Groom.You and your future spouse are the centrepieces of the wedding. Make sure you emphasize that by capitalizing with a sensational pair of cufflinks.
Looking for an opportunity to release your inner Frank Sinatra? Then it is about time to invest in a bowtie.
Bowties, if you don’t already know, convey an unparalleled level of sophistication and gracefulness. They are THE accessory for men who are adventurous and aren’t afraid to venture out of the norms or set themselves apart from the pack.Men who wear bowties, or bowtie men, are the type who are not afraid to stir the pot. Have you ever been to a formal event and you noticed that the men with bowties were the ones who were surrounded by nearly all the guests at the party?
The history of the watch winder dates back to close to the end of the 18th century. Don’t stop reading just yet! This history is interesting.
The first watch winder was created by a man by the name of John Hardwood. It originally held 12 watches. Wow! Many jewellery shops saw this, and it quickly became a trend to have in commercial stores.
Years later, they hit the mainstream and fulfilled the wishes and deepest desires of watch collectors everywhere.Men wearing watches isn’t as popular as was in years prior. Especially the classic analog watches with gears and hands. Watch wearing has become a lost art.
What did the hat say to the sock? He said, “I’ll go on ahead, you go on foot” HA!
Wait wait, how about this one?
How many inches fits in a sock? If I had to guess I would say, typically around 12 inches, or a foot to be exact.
Did I get a chuckle out of you? Well, it was worth a try. Anyway, if you or one of your very close childhood friends is getting married, first, congratulations and secondly, you’re going to have to make sure that all the groomsmen are looking flyer than an American Eagle.An American bald is Eagle is very fly and so are the dress socks found at Cuffed.com.au, your one-stop solution for finding men’s clothing and accessories for every occasion under the sun.