The Groom’s Big Day

When it comes to the big day, it tends to be the bride that enjoys the most attention. Even in the planning stages, there are a lot of posts aimed at the bride, with an array of beauty tips and advice on finding the perfect dress.

However, as the summer wedding season is in full swing, we thought it would great to give the groom a helping hand. So here are some important things for the groom to remember.

A Token of Love

Planning a wedding can be incredibly stressful, but when your day arrives, it’s time to stop worrying and relax. Start as you mean to go on and make romance your number one priority by sending a gift to your bride-to-be. Choose a locket with a photograph, arrange breakfast in bed, or go with the traditional old, new, borrowed and blue.

Say Thank You

Your wedding day is the time to celebrate your relationship, but it’s also important to remember the people that helped to make your day possible. Show your appreciation with heartfelt thanks in your speech and meaningful gifts. For bridesmaids, gift jewellery or a pamper package, or for groomsmen, consider cufflinks or a tie – Knightsbridge Neckwear offer a great luxury range.

The Rings

It may seem like a long time ago now that you selected your best man. He’s lived up to his word and helped you to tackle the stress of wedding planning, plus he’s thrown you the best stag do. So help him out a little on your wedding day and check that he has his speech, knows the schedule and most importantly, remembers the rings!

Practice Makes Perfect

To make sure your wedding day runs smoothly, you need to practice. This is especially important for your speech, if you’re writing your own vows and also for the all important first dance. However, it’s also key to make sure you’re knowledgeable about the schedule. To avoid any hiccups, pay attention at the wedding rehearsal and double check your arrival time.

Gifts for the Groom

We think it’s important for you, the groom, to feel appreciated on your wedding day. If your fiancé has been busy organising, you could drop a few hints. Or perhaps your fiancé is reading with the hope of finding you the perfect present. If this is the case and you’re looking to treat your groom to something a little special, consider a watch or a hip flask that can be personalised and engraved.

Happy planning and good luck on your wedding day!

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