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GROOM PREPARATION TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS
At least for most people, weddings are a once-in-a-lifetime affair, and when that day comes, you want everything to be nothing but perfect. This is why the bride and the groom involve experts, close friends, family, and dozens of other people in the planning process several months before the set date. Even if you are using a wedding planner and experts to take care of everything else, you will still have a few responsibilities, especially those that involve taking care of yourself. If you are the groom at an upcoming wedding, here are some preparation tips you may want to have up your sleeve.
1. Choose the Ideal Suit for Your Wedding
Of course, the bride’s gown will steal most of the spotlight on your wedding day. However, many eyes will be attracted to the groom’s suit as well. Of course, you don’t want a suit that doesn’t complement and resonate well with the wedding theme as well as the wedding gown. When buying a wedding suit, consider a perfectly fitting outfit that is designed for your body type. Consider the right fabric for the season, style, and overall colour scheme. Don’t forget to pick a crisp, well-pressed white shirt and perfectly coloured quality shoes to match. Also, for the right accessories to complete the groom’s look, include:
- Your tie
- Your belt
- Some cufflinks
- A quality watch
2. The Perfect Haircut
Nothing is more important than a good haircut as long as a man’s looks are concerned. Especially for this important day, you want to pick the right haircut for that perfect look as the groom. At least a few days before the wedding, pay a visit to a professional barber for a haircut, so that all you will need is a slight trim the morning or day before your wedding. While at it, be sure to get a sleek and sharp beard trim for that edge you deserve.
3. Stay Fit and Healthy
As the big day approaches, it also pays to take care of your health and fitness. You will want to be at ease and well-rested on the wedding day. Starting from a few weeks or month before your wedding day, here are some tips to help you on this front:
- Get adequate sleep daily
- Take a healthy balanced diet and stay hydrated
- Exercise regularly in moderation
- Avoid toxic practices such as smoking and alcohol
4. Consider Rehearsal and Practice Your Vows
If you want your day to be perfectly fine, a wedding rehearsal is necessary for both the bride and the groom. It allows you to prepare for the big day so you are at ease during the entire proceedings. It can be held alongside the bridal party on a chosen evening with dinner afterward as a mini pre-wedding event. Lastly, the wedding vows are something no groom will want to go wrong about. Whether you are writing your own vows or have a template to go with, consider reciting, practicing, and memorising as much as you can. Practice allows you to not only utter them correctly but also recite them expressively to your partner during the wedding.
Wedding preparations can take a huge toll on anyone. This is why the couples-to-be require as much help as they can get from the people around them. As you wait to say "I Do" to your soul mate, the above groom preparation tips will hopefully help. All the best on your big day and future life in marriage.