Recent Groom and Groomsmen Attire Posts
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Your groomsmen are important people to rely on throughout the wedding planning process—from throwing the bachelor party to assisting on the big day. While it’s okay to ask them to handle certain things for you, it’s important that you don’t abuse your power. Treat your groomsmen with respect and you’ll find that your friendships are even stronger after the wedding than they were before. Check out this list of things you shouldn’t say to your groomsmen.
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What’s your favorite moment during a wedding? If you’ve ever watched the movie 27 Dresses, Katherine Heigl’s character states that it is NOT seeing the bride walk down the aisle but the groom’s face as he sees her for the first time. We could not agree more! Our Real Weddings Editors gathered 10 awesome reactions from recent features that will make you get goosebumps. Click through the slideshow here.
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You’ve found the dress and gowns for your ‘maids, but there’s still a major fashion decision you two have to make! What will your handsome groom wear? Various context clues can help inform your decision such as venue type, date, and time. However—it’s still important that his attire reflect his personality! All you have to do is have your groom answer a few short quiz questions to uncover his groom style! Feel free to thank us later!
Let’s keep this short and sweet — WeddingWire’s FallBook 2014 features the ultimate groom’s guide with everything a guy needs to know about weddings. From figuring out where the money comes to getting on the same page about the big things early on and taking on tasks you care about (don’t pick fights about the ones you don’t) to weighing in when asked, he will definitely learn how to be kick @$$.
Photos (from left to right): Wenger 16386 Swiss Army EvoWood 11 Pocket Knife, $50 on Amazon and Apolis Transit Issue Key Chain, $38 on Amazon
Just like bridesmaids, groomsmen need gifts too! Whether it’s your big brother or buddy from your college fraternity, now is the time to show them how much they mean to you. Assuming that they have rented a tuxedo or suit, planned a bachelor party (nothing like The Hangover) , said nothing too inappropriate during the reception toast, give them something other than a flask. Check out our Advice Editor’s can’t-miss gifts under $50.