#1 Boudoir photos
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If you’re game for it, book yourself a boudoir photographer and present the album to your spouse-to be- not only is it a total confidence booster and a celebration of yourself, he’ll definitely be more than a little speechless.
#2 A love letter
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Amid the barrage of Whatsapp and Telegram messages, it’ll probably have been a while since he’s received a penned letter. Plus, isn’t there something old school and wonderfully romantic about a handwritten letter? Bonus points if you spritz it with a bit of your favourite perfume, then hide it somewhere he can easily find on the wedding morning.
#3 Video message
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Or if you’re not the type to be shy in front of the camera, pre-record a video that you can send him on the morning of the wedding. This can be a really intimate one of you talking about your relationship and all the reasons why you love him, and can’t wait to be married, or you can also include messages from his closest family members and friends.
#4 Monogrammed handkerchief
If your man’s the type who carries hankies, getting one stitched with his (or with yours as well) initials or your wedding date won’t just be practical, it’ll be something he brings everywhere with him, too.
#5 A pre-wedding getaway
The sunny Indonesian island of Belitung, with crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches and lush tropical forests, is less than an hour away from Singapore by plane.
If you have a little cash on hand for a splurge after all the wedding expenses, here’s something the both of you will enjoy. It can be an overnight yacht trip, a short getaway to a nearby island or even a romantic staycay (these are some of Singapore’s top hotels for a romantic escape!). Just skip the wedding planning talk please!
Bvlgari’s new Opalon from the Le Gemme new masculine trilogy is a tribute to Australian white opal, expressing the fresh light of a Roman morning and comforts with white musk notes and Neroli.
This might be a little risky since scent is subjective. But if you know the type of smells he likes, get a fresh new bottle for the wedding – you may also want to consider one that’s subtle and light, since some men’s fragrances can be overpowering. You don’t want to be dizzy from his cologne on the big day! And after the wedding, a whiff of it will remind him of your special occasion.
#7 Cuff links
Personalised wooden initial cuff links, $98.93, from www.giftslessordinary.com.
A classic option but one he’ll definitely appreciate, especially if he’s often in shirts and suits. Engrave with your wedding date or initials to give it an extra personal touch.