There’s nothing more emotionally draining and beautiful at the same time, other than a wedding. Of course, most of the times, it feels that the bride is the only one taking center stage during the Big Day – but that doesn’t mean you, as a groom, aren’t excited and anxious about the upcoming event too!
In fact, we know you are very excited and nervous about what’s to come. And we know you want to make sure you do all the right things to make sure this is a special moment for you and for your bride too.
What are some of the things you should do on the morning of your wedding as the groom? Here are some tips to keep in mind:
- Eat something. It doesn’t have to be much if you’re too nervous for a proper breakfast. But it does have to be something nutritious. This is going to be a long and demanding day, so it’s really important to fuel your body with all the right nutrients to make sure you’re not running out of energy. There won’t be much time for eating for the bride and groom during the actual wedding, so grab something on the morning of the Big Day!
- Lay back for a little. Gather your groomsmen and spend some quality time with them. Have a drink of something you genuinely enjoy (but keep it to one drink because you really don’t want to be tipsy during the wedding). Shoot some fun photos and create some amazing memories with your friends.
- Check your attire. No matter what attire you have chosen for your wedding, be sure you triple check it before you leave home. You want to make sure everything about it is perfect, and that there are no stains or running seams.
- Do something nice for your future bride. For instance, you could send her a love letter to open as she is getting ready or to open at your One Year anniversary. Also, you could send her a mixed tape (well, more like Spotify playlist), or a gift you know she will actually appreciate in these moments of emotion and anxiety.
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