The wedding day is a glorious beginning to the bride and groom’s married life together. Be it big or small, it is popularly believed to be the bride’s very own day. It is the event she has dreamed of ever since she was a little girl, wrapping herself in a white blanket and imagining walking down the aisle, flowers in hand.
However, there is a second side to the fairy tale that surely needs its own spotlight as well – the groom. Most of the time, all the hype with the bride’s details, the huge number of expected wedding guests, and even the hired wedding entertainers tend to overshadow the groom’s excitement and anticipation.
Make your dashing groom feel like a lucky man by simply being thoughtful. We understand that the bride may be engaged in chaotic preparations on the big day itself! But with a little bit of careful planning, she and her bridesmaids can put together a few thoughtful gifts for her man to let him know that he is appreciated. Here are a few suggestions that are sure to brighten up his day before marching down the aisle and saying I do.
Cheers to that!
Get a bottle of the groom’s favorite drink, be it wine, scotch, whiskey, or even vodka and have it wrapped and tagged with a cute little message that is cheeky yet loving! Aside from helping calm down the nerves, a little shot of alcohol with his entourage can lighten spirits and bring back the gusto to party long and hard!
Strike a pose.
Popular for the modern brides, boudoir albums are the latest craze when it comes to a lasting groom present. The bride gets to pose in seductive lingerie And her husband-to-be gets a huge grin on his face! A win-win situation.
His and hers wedding tradition.
Remember the bridal rule of having something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue? Now you can make the groom feel special by getting him his own quartet of keepsakes. And if you are really determined to wow your man, pull out the stops by coming up with something that stands for all four.
Late night grub.
Right when the guests have cleared out and the dancing has stopped, surprise the groom with his favorite meal. Be it a greasy burger from a nearby fast food chain, homey comfort food from a local pub, or a platter of his favorite cold cuts and cheeses paired with wine – share a simple yet memorable first midnight meal together.
In everything you do, it’s the intention that matters and he will be touched by the fact that you took time out to think of him, even amidst all the nuptial frenzy! Not only will this be a great way to lay a foundation of togetherness, it will also ensure that he remembers to return the favor on the anniversaries and birthdays to come! It’s a real investment ladies.