If the bride needs to look perfect during the wedding day, the groom should also look his best. After all, it is about both the bride and groom. This is a big day for both of you. You only get married once so might as well look as dashing as a knight in shining armor.
There are a lot of tips and resources available when it comes to pre wedding preparations for the bride. Friends and family bombard the bride with a lot of advice on what to do, how to take care of herself, and things she needs to avoid to be in her best self for the wedding. But for the groom, you might also have the same question: what does the groom need in preparation for the wedding?
We are here to provide you with the pre-wedding preparation tips for the groom-to-be:
1. Pick the perfect suit.
Like any occasion, it all starts with the outfit. Pick a suit that fits you best. Aside from being able to complement your wedding’s overall motif, make sure you get a well-fitted suit that enhances your body features.
Pick a suit that has the right fabric for the season. You wouldn’t want to be too hot or too cold at your wedding ceremony. Consider the venue and style of your wedding.
2. Opt for a clean look.
Aside from a well-fitted suit, there’s nothing like a good haircut to keep you look sharp. Make sure to do this a week before your wedding day. This will give you time to regrow your hair and make necessary adjustments in case it doesn’t turn out how you want it to be. It would be best to visit your reliable hairstylist so he knows what type of haircut will complement the shape of your face.
Also, use this appointment as an opportunity to have your beard trimmed. Nothing beats a clean look for you to look fresh on your wedding day.
3. Get enough sleep and eat properly.
More than all the external preparations that the groom needs, getting enough sleep and eating properly will make sure you’ll look well-rested on your wedding day. You wouldn’t want to have dark circles around your eyes during your special day.
Refrain from having game nights and late-night movies. Eat a balanced diet of fresh fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and lean meat. Drink plenty of water. Aside from making you look good, these will definitely make you feel great on your big day.
4. Spend some “me” time.
Your wedding day will be a busy day. You might not have the time for yourself for the entire day. You’ll be surrounded by family and friends, you are expected to be festive, and this might make you feel nervous and overwhelmed.
Before your wedding day, spend some alone time. This will help you feel relaxed and prepare for your big day.
5. Write little love notes.
Wedding planning can be stressful. To lighten the mood and lessen the stress, write little love notes to your bride. A simple “I love you” can go a long way. This will also build up and intensify your romantic feelings towards each other in time for your wedding day.
Prepare yourself for a forever adventure. There is really no amount of preparation that can make you completely ready for this big change in your life. What’s really important are your feelings and intentions for your partner. You’ll be facing this new chapter together. No matter what happens, you just need each other more than anything else.