Groomsman Gift

July 29, 2014. Category: gifts, groom, groomsmen

Finding the perfect groomsman gift may be a daunting task for any guy.  You want to find something unique and exciting, but also a gift that can be used for years to come.

With UniCuffs, a groom can find a variety of “mismatched cufflinks” to go with the style of any groomsman.  From your favorite sports team, to beer mug and golf club cuff links; UniCuffs offers some great styles and options that are reasonably priced.  UniCuffs not only bring a sentimental component to a groomsman gift, but can add some excitement to a suit of any kind.

Here are some of our favorite UniCuff’s:


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A Little R&R

July 17, 2014. Category: inspiration

After an incredible (but exhausting!) spring and early summer filled with weddings, our office will be closed July 21-26th.

From California to Montana and all the way to Alaska, each of us will be enjoying some time away in various locations over the next week which we are anxious to explore.

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Best of Washington

July 08, 2014. Category: corporate, event

We are delighted to be working with The Washingtonian Magazine once again this year to bring the Best of Washington Party to life.  Come enjoy food and cocktails at the National Building Museum to celebrate Washington’s 75 best restaurants.

To purchase tickets, please visit

But don’t wait!  This one always sells out.

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July 03, 2014. Category: how to, weddings


Your friend has asked you to be Maid of Honor or Best Man for his or her wedding. Along with months of planning the big day comes one of the biggest responsibilities of all – the toast!

Here are a few DOs and DONTs to keep and mind as you prepare:

DO: Introduce yourself and your relationship to the bride (or groom) first. Thanking the bride or groom’s parents for hosting is also a nice touch, and another way to kill time while you get everyone’s attention.

DON’T: Tell too many inside jokes. If you “had to be there”, its better off left out.

DO: Keep it short. As Shakespeare said, “Brevity is the soul of wit.”

DON’T: Talk about the bride or groom’s past relationships. Clearly, those were not meant to be!

DO: Write it down if necessary. In this case it is more important to say what you had intended to say rather than go “off the cuff”.

DON’T: Drink too much beforehand. You want to be relaxed of course, but no one enjoys a slurred speech.

DO: Stay appropriate. Remember your audience. There is no reason to be raunchy around  Nana.

DON’T: Forget the groom (or bride!). Make sure to include both the bride and groom in your toast, it is both of their big days.

DO: Be (at least a little) sentimental. Conclude with raising a glass to the bride and groom and wishing them a lifetime of happiness.

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