Guide to Getting the Groom Wedding Ready

Guide to Getting the Groom Wedding Ready

It is said that little girls are often dreaming up their wedding days, but not so much the boys. So, how can a groom make sure he’s wedding-ready? Here are some things to think about leading up to and on the big day for smooth sailing and a clean start to happily-ever-after.

Leading Up to The Wedding

Grooms, decide who’s going to stand with you, and then organize all the details. Figure out suits, accessories, shoes, and perhaps small gifts as a token “thank you.” Make sure that any clothing alterations are done in a timely manner, and visit the barber, if needed.

You can also take over some wedding-planning duties to shoulder the responsibilities you’re your partner. Make the guest list together, and then take charge of any late RSVPs. Also, think about learning to dance, if you and your partner want a formal, choreographed first dance (or you just want to be able to waltz around). Find a fun studio where you can take weekly classes, and go together. Make it fun and lighthearted — no stress!

Of course, you should probably write and practice your vows, too, if you plan on doing personal ones. And don’t forget to prepare a toast!

On The Big Day

After you’ve figured out the wedding timeline with your partner, it’s up to you to decide how to manage the “getting ready” time. Allot time to get dressed and do hair, and make sure your groomsmen are on time for photographs. Relax, hang out with your friends, play a round of golf, maybe, and get ready for one of the best days of your life!

Credits:
J and D Productions


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