This guide will ensure that you are looking handsome and feeling great for your wedding, so you can relax and enjoy your day!
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If you’re looking for a gift for your hubby-to-be, these fab gifts for grooms from Oh So Cherished are unlike anything you will find on the high street.
A dapper groom should complement his suit with perfectly polished shoes, an elegant watch, stylish jewellery and a striking, quirky buttonhole.
The buttonhole has made a comeback, and there is now a trend for tied style buttonholes, where the components are tied together like a miniature bouquet.
Haircut, beard trim, shave… Good grooming is important for the groomsmen on the wedding day – it’s not just the bride who wants to look her best.
If you’re a groom there are some quick ways to guarantee positive feedback from your groom speech, whether it’s sighs, laughs or rapturous applause!
Tradition has it that responsibility for planning the honeymoon has long fallen to the groom; and my – what a duty this is.
A few tips on what you should and shouldn’t say in order to please your bride with your groom’s speech.
Every speaker at a wedding will have people to thank, but who should the father of the bride, groom and best man thank in their wedding speeches?
When it comes to your groom’s wedding speech you will want to know what you are expected to say. Here are some dos and don’ts.
The choice of cars available to grooms is huge, ranging from a million pound Bugatti Veyron to Del Boy’s yellow van, and most things in between.
Here’s a reminder of the traditional wedding speech order and what you will need to include if it’s a standard wedding with an orthodox set of speeches.
This guide to buttonholes and corsages explains what they are, who wears them, and some of the different styles options available.
Who do you need wedding flowers for, which arrangements/items are traditionally used, and what parts of your wedding day will you need to buy flowers for?
There are a few things you can do to prepare yourself for the unwanted (and unlikely) heckle during your wedding speech.