Before you walk down the aisle, you’ll make sure
you look your absolute best. Before he receives you at the altar, he should do
Here are a few helpful hints from our grooming
Don’t be afraid to spend a little extra money
and go to a real barber shop to get him cleaned up. He should also go
approximately a week or so before the big day. This way he’ll look clean, but
not like he just came straight from the chair.
He should put a bit of pomade in his hair, give
himself a nice part, and comb it. Pomade is useful because it will hold and
give his hair a nice shine, without making
him feel like he’s wearing a helmet on his head.
If your groom has an occupation or a hobby that gets his nails dirty, he should consider a
manicure. Since there will probably be a shot or two of you and your
groom’s hands, you want to make sure that his nails look presentable.
Is your groom’s smile wedding ready? Consider teeth whitening if you want your groom to have a picture-perfect smile for the big day. Whitening toothpaste and mouthwash are great and inexpensive ways to get that glowing smile.
Facial hair is in right now. But we encourage you
to remember: you’re going to be immortalized in photographs, lots and lots of photographs, so your groom should have a look that will stand the test of time.
In the end, facial hair is a matter of taste. And
on your wedding day, your opinion is is all that matters. Whether you love him as the mountain man or Dapper Dan.
Does he usually wear facial hair?
This is also important. If your groom is usually clean shaven, then there is no reason for him to grow out a beard. If he does typically wear one, however, it should be trimmed nicely with clean lines and a clear shape.
Beauty is in the Details