Cuff-links can be bought off the shelf or custom made to match the theme of your wedding. You may like a particular colour, detail or pattern on your cuff-links. Or you may choose to add a date or initials to each pair of cuff-links to personalise them as a gift to your guests. It's vital to get the right style of cuff-links to complement the whole outfit or they could ruin the look.
Cuff links first appeared in the 16th century to tie two sides of the shirt sleeves together. It is thought that during the reign of Louis X1V that buttons started to be used as the first type of cuff links.
If your wedding is very formal and elegant you'll probably want to get some cuff-links to match the style . Alternatively if you have a more informal wedding you could work with some novelty cuff links. For something very contemporary your jeweller may be able to make something totally individual