Getting married is one of the most important events in any man's life, and as such, it calls for a timepiece of suitable distinction. Whether it's for yourself or spouse, put some extra thought into the selection and the new owner will treasure it forever.
Here are some great options matched to key occasions:
Congratulations – some couples don't even make it this far. But you have, and the Tudor Black Bay is a suitable reward that's not too expensive but built to last.
This is the "leather" anniversary, and so obviously a leather strap watch is called for, and you can't do much better than this classic IWC at the price.
Not just any trip; a trip to England where you'll rent a classic Jaguar E-Type – the car this British watch was made to honor – and remember it forever.
What else but a Rolex would suit such an important milestone? Obviously, you could spend more but this spiffy vintage gold-plated Oyster Perpetual is a beauty.
This is the "steel" anniversary, and a classic steel Datejust on a jubilee band is the best way to celebrate, hands down. At 36mm it's a great size too.
This is something many couples choose to do and the accompanying watch should be as timeless as the relationship you are celebrating.
This is the "crystal" anniversary, and so the suitable timepiece is a skeleton model with the face covered in sapphire crystal so the movement is visible.
On this occasion you'll want a true heirloom that can be passed down to your son some day, and so on. What better than an iconic Speedmaster for the job?
This is the "silver" anniversary, so a silver-colored knockout like this more masculine take on the iconic Reverso is the perfect quarter century marker.
Your 50th or golden anniversary might be a ways off, but if you want to go big, precious metal is the power move. This is pure love in watch form.