Surviving Your Wedding Day: The Man’s Edition

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I figured since we always do something for the ladies it is time for a man-post. In this post I will be talking about the three main points for surviving the wedding day. Read on??? The First Point - The jitters We all know that almost every person ...

I figured since we always do something for the ladies it is time for a man-post. In this post I will be talking about the three main points for surviving the wedding day. Read on…

The First Point – The jitters

We all know that almost every person has the jitters on their wedding day. It doesn’t matter if you are a bride or the groom, it’s natural. But you want to make sure to stay calm as much as you can. That nervous feeling is just the excitement of something new happening. All you have to keep in mind is that in the end you are marrying the love of your life and beginning a new life with her. If you already didn’t have the idea yourself, grab a beer or grab a shot of your favorite drink and share it with your groomsmen. Relax and enjoy the ride.

Second Point – Contact her!

It is so important for the bride to be in contact with her future hubby during this stressful day. While you and the boys are enjoying the drinks she is stressing over every single detail making sure that everything goes perfectly. Send her a text or give her a call and just let her know that you love her. Let her know that you can’t wait to see her at the altar. This will help relieve some of her stress but it will also help you with any jitters you might have. It will be a reassurance to the both of you and that is always helpful in any situation.

The Third Point – Double check!

Like I always say, make sure to keep yourself organized at all times during this special day. A couple of days before the wedding jot down a list of things that you need to do and/or have on the wedding day. Make sure to keep the list with you the day of and give yourself some time before the groomsmen and you have to leave for the ceremony. Go over the checklist and double check that everything is done and that all the items that you need to have are with you. This is extra important for the grooms that were not too involved in the wedding planning and have only a few tasks to complete. You don’t want to disappoint your future bride hours before the I do’s. Just keep organized, keep focused and stay relaxed.

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Well there you have it. Those are just some of my main points for all your grooms out there that are struggling to understand the need for wedding perfection. These few points are just here to help you get to the ceremony, but as soon as you see your future bride walking down the aisle nothing else will matter, no jitters, no stress.

Have a great day!

Katarina I.

 

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