The 25 Best Wedding Cufflinks of 2024

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The 25 Best Wedding Cufflinks of 2024

Sophie Moore is a former Brides editor and current contributing writer. With over five years of experience in bridal, she is an expert on all things fashion.

Cufflinks are a must for grooms (or groomsmen) opting for a tuxedo or a classic suit. While these accessories aren't a necessity if the wedding is a more casual affair, they're a wonderful way to add a little personality to a simple shirt—and we love how many options are out there right now.

Whether you're on the market for a very understated sterling silver rectangle or onyx stud, or you want to get a bit more creative with a skull or horseshoe, there truly is a cufflink out there for every style. If you're thinking a cufflink might make just the right finishing touch to elevate your wedding-day look, we researched the very best ones for you so you don't have to.

We scoured our favorite menswear shops and spoke to style experts to help you find the wedding-day cufflinks you'll fall in love with. With material, color, size, personalization options, and price in mind, we narrowed it down to the best wedding cufflinks for grooms and groomsmen.

Let's be honest: Everything's better when it is personalized! Grooms can engrave their initials on either gold or silver cufflinks for a one-of-a-kind look. Consider combining your initials with your partner's initials to celebrate your upcoming union. Or get a set for each of your groomsmen with custom lettering.

Dimensions: 0.8 x 0.4 inches | Materials: Sterling silver | Personalization: Yes

Yep, guys can rock pearls too. It doesn't get more timeless than a mother of pearl setting against silver. This wedding cufflink set can up the ante on any suit or tuxedo.

Dimensions: 0.75 x 0.75 inches | Materials: Sterling silver, mother of pearl | Personalization: No

This pair of lapis lazuli (which makes the perfect something blue) and sparkling silver cufflinks are anything but boring. They're the perfect formula to make a crisp white shirt pop. Let's not forget the eye-catching Gucci "GG" logo set atop the striking blue stones.

Dimensions: 1.6 x 1.6 inches | Materials: Sterling silver, lapis lazuli | Personalization: No

By now, you know a wedding is all about the details. The details of your wedding-day ensemble shouldn't be overlooked, which is where cufflinks come in. Between the cool rose-gold plating, contemporary design, and of course, the geode insets, this is a pair that is sure to turn heads.

Dimensions: 0.75 x 0.15 inches | Materials: Metal, geode | Personalization: No

Here's another customizable option we love. Grooms aren't limited to just their initials on these sterling silver studs. Engrave your wedding date, your venue's coordinates, a meaningful symbol, or even your partner's name for a sentimental accessory.

Dimensions: 0.75 x 0.5 inches | Materials: Sterling silver | Personalization: Yes

Grooms can commemorate their first and last names or even wear their partner's first initial on one sleeve, with a matching shirt and the right kind of suit. Looking for something even more romantic? Get playful with the "XO" set.

Dimensions: 0.75 x 0.5 inches | Materials: Silver | Personalization: Yes

Another budget-friendly stunner, this elegant custom-made option screams romance. Celebrate your partnership by engraving your and your SO's first initials on one plate and your wedding date on the other.

Dimensions: 0.6 inches | Materials: Sterling silver or gold-plated silver | Personalization: Yes

If you've decided to don a tuxedo style on your wedding day, don't head to the altar without these studs. With sterling silver and contrasting black onyx set in a simple circle, these are classic, traditional, and dapper.

Dimensions: 0.3 x 0.2 inches | Materials: Sterling silver, black onyx | Personalization: No

Why engrave your initials on a plate when your cufflinks can literally spell them out? Choose between one, two, three, or four letters and silver, gold, or rose gold plating for the ultimate personalized accessory.

Dimensions: 0.5 x 0.4 inches | Materials: 925 sterling silver | Personalization: Yes

We promise you won't find anything more affordable or well-made than these basic knot cufflinks from Brooks Brothers. Available in over 25 different colors, you're sure to find one that will match your wedding decor or your partner's accessories. And if you like to travel in suits, you don't have to worry about these cufflinks setting the metal detectors off.

Dimensions: Not specified | Materials: Nylon | Personalization: No

With a classically elegant onyx or mother of pearl design, these sterling silver cufflinks add an eye-catching detail to any look—whether you opt for a tuxedo, a classic suit, suit separates, or something else. Plus, they can be worn long after you say "I do."

Dimensions: 0.75 x 0.6 inches | Materials: Sterling silver, onyx or mother of pearl | Personalization: No

Seafaring spouses, this set's for you. They may be small, but they're still a stylish nod to a nautical wedding theme. And even if you aren't throwing an ocean-inspired soiree, you can still pay homage to the carefree, easy-going nature of life at sea.

Dimensions: Not specified | Materials: Brass, silver | Personalization: No

Wear your heart on your sleeves with these silver "I do" cufflinks. While you might not wear them beyond your wedding day, the simple design goes with any style tuxedo or suit.

Dimensions: Not specified | Materials: Metal | Personalization: No

There's no doubt the force will be with you at the altar with these galactic cufflinks. Designed to look like the Millennium Falcon, Star Wars fans really shouldn't wear anything else on their big day!

Dimensions: 1 x 0.75 inches | Materials: Metal | Personalization: No

This ultra-personalized pair is the sweetest gift for any groom and a perfect choice for rustic weddings in rural or woodsy settings. Choose between cherry or walnut wood and four different metal finishes for a product that is completely unique!

Dimensions: 0.6 x 0.6 inches | Materials: Cherry or walnut wood | Personalization: Yes

In need of a sentimental gift for your groom's outfit? These budget-friendly cufflinks have got your covered. They're designed to be personalized throughout, regardless if you want to add a sentimental quote on the cufflinks themselves, a note engraved on the walnut wood box, and/or his name on the tie clip. When your groom gets them on the big day, he'll open the sweet box and reveal the custom message. Cue the waterworks!

Dimensions: 0.8 x 0.8 inches | Materials: Metal | Personalization: Yes

At first glance, this might look like a pair of basic black cufflinks. However, the silver rope-trimmed detail surrounding the onyx plate gives the accessory an understated, yet elevated touch. Pair with any color shirt for one put-together look!

Dimensions: 0.7 x 0.7 inches | Materials: Sterling silver, black onyx | Personalization: No

Horseshoes are a time-honored symbol of luck, so horseshoe-shaped cufflinks make an excellent choice for a groom on his wedding day. These are also lovely if you or your partner has a particular love for horses or western fashion, and their simple silver finish means they’ll beautifully complement any shirt style.

Dimensions: 0.5 x 1 inches | Materials: Sterling silver | Personalization: No

The groom who wants to include his children in his wedding in a beautiful way will love these “best dad” cufflinks—even better if they’re gifted to you by your partner or by your children themselves if they’re old enough. Aside from the inscription, these are as understated as they come, which makes them incredibly versatile as well.

Dimensions: 0.75 x 0.75 inches | Materials: Silver-plated metal | Personalization: No

For grooms whose wedding style icon is Travis Barker, and whose life motto is, "It's not a phase, Mom, it's a lifestyle," it doesn't get much more perfect than a crystal-embellished skull cufflink. Emo vibes aside, these will also showcase your commitment to high fashion, since they're Alexander McQueen's most iconic design.

Dimensions: 0.75 x 0.5 inches | Materials: Brass, crystals | Personalization: No

Making a statement on your wedding day will be a piece of cake with these diagonal cross-patterned square links. Made from solid brass, these look particularly luxurious, but without the matching price tag. That's a win in our book!

Dimensions: 0.6 x 0.6 inches | Materials: Brass, enamel | Personalization: No

If you're looking for a classic gold-colored cufflink, this set is the one. They feature a simple cylinder design with a grooved texture for a modern and elevated finishing touch—not to mention they're wallet-friendly, too.

Dimensions: Not specified | Materials: Metal | Personalization: No

Nothing says simple and sophisticated quite like a polished cufflink. With its minimal shape and modern appeal, this is the perfect choice for a fashionable groom looking to complete his wedding day outfit.

Dimensions: 0.8 x 0.6 inches | Materials: Brass | Personalization: No

The epitome of luxury, these round cufflinks from Cartier are guaranteed to elevate any wedding day outfit. Made of solid 18K yellow gold, we love this pick for an elegant black-tie affair.

Dimensions: 0.5 x 0.5 inches | Materials: 18K gold | Personalization: No

For the groom who wants to sport a touch of bling down the aisle, these premium cufflinks do just that. Between the white gold, white agate and delicate center diamond, this is a luxurious accessory perfect for one of life's most special moments.

Dimensions: Not specified | Materials: 18K gold, agate, diamond | Personalization: No

Cufflinks usually come in metal or wood, but can also be embellished with semi-precious or precious stones, and can also be made of more unusual materials such as nylon fabric like Brooks Brothers Knot Cufflinks. What material you go for really comes down to personal preference, though for a more formal wedding, metal and precious materials tends to be the way to go, as in Van Cleef & Arpels Pierre Arpels Pastilles White Gold, Diamond & Agate Cufflink.

If you're not really sure what color cufflink makes sense for your wedding, menswear styling professor Jeffrey Ampratwum provides the following guideline: "When in doubt, the groomsmen should have silver links and the groom should have gold links," he says.

Wardrobe stylist Holly Katz concurs, suggesting that silver or gold are the most classic choices that you can't go wrong with. That said, it's totally fine to write your own rules by wearing a cufflink in your favorite color, or in a color that matches a detail on your partner's outfit. For instance, you can add a touch of blue with Gucci's Interlocking Lapis Lazuli Cufflinks.

A personalized cufflink can make such a lovely sentimental gesture on your wedding day. "A monogram is nice or even just an initial is a really elegant touch," says Katz. We also love styles that are personalizable with your wedding date or sweet messages for a little extra romance, like Muujee Weddings Wedding Day Metal Cufflinks.

If you already own cufflinks and are used to wearing them to events or for work, it probably makes sense for you to wear them for your wedding as well (or even if you're a guest). It's also expected that you would wear cufflinks if your wedding (or the wedding you're attending) is on the more formal side.

"Grooms that are more traditional can certainly wear this look on their wedding day as something special, maybe that's been handed down from a relative or a friend," Katz says. Meanwhile, for Ampratwum, "All dress shirts should have a French cuff with cufflinks."

If you're not used to putting on cufflinks, you can always get a loved one to help or look it up on YouTube. In the meantime, Katz explains, "You have to get a French cuff shirt that allows for cufflinks. You hold the cuff together lining up the holes in the cuff. You then thread the link through both holes of the cuff and fasten the link to hold the cuff together."

"One hundred percent you can," says Katz. “It's considered jewelry and something to be worn on special occasions."

Iris Goldsztajn is a Paris-born, London-based freelance writer with 10 years of experience covering fashion, beauty, wellness and lifestyle for the likes of Brides, InStyle, Marie Claire, British Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, Refinery29 and many more. As the former associate editor for Her Campus, she was responsible for all style and beauty news coverage. In order to write this article, Iris conducted extensive research into wedding cufflinks, and spoke to styling expert Holly Katz and menswear styling professor Jeffrey Ampratwum to gain further insights into which cufflinks are ideal for grooms and groomsmen.

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