Alessi bottle opener via jack and jade home
Do you have a friend that is a master in the kitchen? Does this man have gourmet taste? Does he enjoy a nice drink or cooking a fancy meal? If you answered yes to any of these questions, your friend is the kitchen connoisseur.
To say thanks to your groomsmen sometimes a gift is the perfect way. If he is the kitchen connoisseur type of man we have a few ideas that he may appreciate.
You couldn’t go wrong with a bottle opener. The bottle opener is a classic gift, given to many men as a coming of age or as a groomsmen gift. Alessi bottle openers are always in fashion! Tread and Pedals have tweaked the traditional bottle opener to give it a little style. The design incorporates the look of a bicycle cog and chain. So if your friend is a keen cyclist and a man of the kitchen you can’t go wrong with this one.
Another clever design by Tread and Pedals is their stubby holder. The stubby holder is made from 100% recycled bicycle tyres. The design will keep your groomsmen’s drink cool while showing off his personality.
If he has an acquired taste but none of the gifts above are just right, Fifth Down have created beer labels to help ask your groomsmen to do the honours. An added bonus is the beer labels are personalised with the name of your groomsmen so he will be chuffed that you went to the extra effort.
If cooking is your friends area of expertise. We love rock! have oven mitts to keep your friend rockin’ in the kitchen. The oven mitts will protect his hands to make sure he has no excuse to not cook up a storm.
If your groomsmen is more of a messy cook, maybe a tea towel with a few chosen words would be more suited. Anrol Designs creates funky tea towels with a range of quotations. Each tea towel begins with ‘Dear …’ usually referencing pop culture or other well-known items. The tea towels will by no doubt give your groomsmen a giggle every time he cleans up.
Lastly your groomsmen might appreciate sitting back and taking a sip out of a suited up glass from Glassware by Em. Each glass can be personalised by adding the wedding date and your groomsmen’s name. This is something he could treasure for many years to come and he will be sure to remember the date once it’s printed on his glass.
Ms Chinoiserie Says: Such a fun yet practical list for our friends who enjoy entertaining!