It’s not just bride-to-be that has to look good on the wedding day. Gentlemen, you have to look at your best as well! We have to agree sometimes that men’s preparation, in general, is way simpler than the ladies. But, still, it takes efforts to look good. Well, at least, there still some efforts put into looking fine, and we have to take note of those elements, into the smallest details.
By that, today, we are going to discuss Grooms Preparation. Yes, Gentlemen! We are going to cover some important things you can follow in order to look sleek before stepping the aisle and declaring your love to your bride.
Okay! Let’s get started!
The first thing you need to do once you wake up on your wedding day is, you go to the bathroom and have a good and thorough shower. Because, hey! Be sure you smell good and are clean all over, it’s your day! While you’re still in the bathroom, make sure you shave if you need to. You don’t want your bride-to-be to get distracted by the excessive nose hair or any facial hair while you’re saying the vows you have written and practiced all week. Do you? And, don’t forget about oral care. It’s important to brush your teeth and make your breath smells nice and fresh. Last but not least, once you get out of the shower, be sure you style your hair. Trust us, you will feel good stepping down the aisle with a good hairstyle. Oh! Small note! Be sure to put on some cologne and perfume for long-lasting fresh and masculine smell.
Take Your Time
Take note to take some time to calm yourself after a shower. You don’t need to rush to get ready. Relax for a little while, while your groomsmen are preparing. You can have a little drink like cocktail or something else you like. We suggest you have a bottle of champagne or wine in your room. You’ll eventually need it. Remember not to have too much alcohol. It’s your moment, don’t want to mess this up.
Once you had enough of your moment, it’s time to suit up! Put on the nice suit you have prepared weeks or months before. Take note that you have every single thing you need, because, you definitely don’t wanna have some missing pieces to complete your look on your big day. Be sure to dress up nicely and put on everything in order. Ask your groomsmen for help this time. Putting on a suit can be tricky sometimes for some people, and that’s what makes groomsmen helpful. Check yourself in the mirror once you are ready. In this step, you are almost done, and ready to step up the altar to make your bride forever yours.
After you’re done putting on the nice suit, now you have a few things to prepare. Well, it’s time to practice a little bit. It’s not mandatory, but just to be sure you don’t forget the sentences you want to say at the altar in front of everyone. Run through your vows, and make sure you memorize them well.
If you are going to have a special performance such as singing, playing instruments, or perhaps dancing, you can also practice a little bit. Take your time to remember every single lyric, chords, and even steps and movements. It’s going to help. Hey, remember the saying? Practice makes perfect! And you definitely want to have the most perfect moment on your big day. Don’t you?
After everything is done, it’s time for you to go to your family, say some words, thank them, and have a little family moment before you step into a new chapter of your life. Give them good hugs, have some words exchange, and have a sweet talk. Can you imagine how excited they are for you? Appreciate every single help, because we are sure every single family member definitely wants the wedding to run smoothly. They do it because they love you. All you need to do is keep them calm and excited, and maybe busy, so you make them feel like they are part of your big celebration day, and to give you personal space and keep you stress-free as well.
Well, beloved readers. I think that’s all from us. We are sure there are so much more you can do in order to prepare for your wedding day, but we are sure these are the important things you definitely need to do on your wedding day.
Thank you so much!
See you next time!