Your bride will need every millisecond leading up to showtime to do her makeup, take pics and videos, and check off last-minute details. Meanwhile, it might take you and the boys 20 minutes to get ready! That’s a lot of extra time to kill, so plan accordingly. We’ve seen grooms bring video game consoles to pass spare time. Some venues have pool tables or a basketball court to work out jitters before getting dressed.
Everyone loves a great bachelor party. But the last thing you want is to feel sick or tired at your wedding, so take it easy the night before. Many grooms schedule their bachelor party several days to a full week before their wedding day to avoid potential complications.
One of many wedding day tips for the groom is to eat breakfast. We see many grooms forget that important detail because they get busy communicating with groomsmen, hassling with their tux, talking to guests, or handling a last-minute issue. Make time to eat. You’ll be glad you did.
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