What Type Of Wedding Grooming Tips Does Your Groom Need?

wedding grooming tips

Looking for wedding grooming tips? Your future husband probably has an influx of ideas for what to wear for the big day. And he is overwhelmed with all the elements of wedding planning. So, how do you gear him up before his nuptials?

From wearing sandals or trainers with his suit to looking suave, charming and dapper, he has a lot of choice.What’s more, with the planning in progress, you and your anxious groom have a lot on your plates. Wedding preparations, floral arrangements and picking out color schemes can be stressful. However, all these minor details will bring your special event together.

So, what type of groom is he? And how does your fiancé feel at the moment? Most importantly, how can he make you, his future wife’s job easier? Well, no need to rack your brain, I’ve put together some handful tips…

Wedding grooming tips for your husband to be

Moral support, active listening and excitement

To start with, now that you’re engaged and plan to marry, he can get actively involve and sort out the groomsmen tasks. Just make sure, the other duties are yours to handle. Better still, encourage him to express his moral support, put his best foot forward and get excited.

Wedding Grooming Tips: Things to tackle before your wedding day

Basically, there is a lot to prepare and think about. So, it’s easy to forget something. To help with your groom’s pre-wedding plans, Wesley Oaks from iManscape has put together fool-proof bullet points about the big day for him to consider. Even though every wedding is different this gives your groom a competitive edge and good base.

Fitted suits 

Here is the number one grooming tip. Don’t allow your groom to turn up dressed like a penguin in baggy clothes. Make sure he goes with the groomsmen to invest in fitted suits or tuxedos. The long drawn out activity, requires that the guys take a day off work. Hopefully, there should be plenty of time to spare. And so, they can go for a drink and meal afterwards to celebrate the buy.

Facial hair

Now, this might be a touchy subject for your groom unless he is a hipster. Decide whether he and the groomsmen are keeping the beard and who is shaving. The best time to do this is the day prior to your wedding. This way they won’t be bleeding or sporting small cuts in your wedding pictures. Alright, several hipsters may like to wear beards on the day, so get the guys to tighten it up.

Oral hygiene

Actually, your grooms’ main priority besides you is oral hygiene. So, pay more attention to his daily oral care routine. Get him to brush at least twice a day and floss ready for your wedding day. Another thing, remind him to add mouthwash, for the fresh breath effect. Take it a step further and have his pearly whites whitened. His teeth will sparkle when the photographer shouts “Smile!”

The Groom’s pedicure

Cleaned and buffed nails are an important part of the grooms wedding day. Essentially,  your groom should embrace his big day  and start now with a pedicure routine. It’s something you both can take care of. So, get him and his groomsmen to go for a pedicure ahead of your matrimony service.

Honeymoon grooming

Another sensitive issue is manscaping. Manscaping means grooming and keeping clean below the belt. So, make sure he does some before your wedding day. This is a great sign that he is truly into you. Not to mention, you and he will not be turned off or itching on the honeymoon.

Get the groomsmen gifts

Equally important to include in your wedding grooming tips are the wedding favors for your groomsmen. Buy them early. Especially if you want something custom made or engraved with their names. Some unique gifts could be hip flask, personalised whisky glas or sporting memorabilia. Otherwise, opt for football tickets or 6-month subscriptions to services like Hulu, Netflix, Spotify. But,  an awesome Man Crate or glass beer growler will also do the job!

 

 

Author: This post about wedding grooming tips is from Wesley Oaks over at iManscape. iManscape is about changing the views on manscaping and men’s hygiene. Read more about “The Nervous Grooms Guide to Weddings” Visit iManscape for details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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