Honey-do belt: Groomsmen might delight in giving the groom-to-be a look at what lies ahead with a humorous "honey do" belt.
A quick phone call or email to friends of both the bride and groom-to-be also clues guests in to what they enjoy in their free time and their personalities.
Every groom-to-be needs a checklist for choosing a diamond engagement ring.
When sending mailed photographs, both snapshots and professional photographs are acceptable, but be sure both the bride- and groom-to-be are shown in their best light.
Parties celebrating engagements are naturally more laid-back than bridal showers or other wedding-oriented events, and they should focus on both individuals rather than just the bride-to-be or groom-to-be.