6 Things the Groom Must Do before the Big Day!
So the big day is fast approaching, and guys, you have to wonder if you have done everything you are supposed to. If you’re like most guys, you get so focused on one thing that you can easily forget other important stuff that has to be done. But this list is here to help you forget some of the most important, but oft forgotten, wedding day essentials.
Confirm, Confirm, Confirm- Planning your wedding day necessities out in advance is good, but it doesn’t help you if you forgot to confirm everything. You may have asked the tux rental place if they have a suit in your size, but did you remember to have them save one out for the big day? Confirm everything that you will need for the wedding and make sure nothing is left out.
Check the Venue- You likely looked at your venue in the weeks or months leading up to the wedding. You and your bride-to-be probably walked through it and made sure it was perfect for the wedding day activities you had planned. But you should check on the venue the day before the wedding. You never know when a storm could blow off the roof or a fire could burn it down. And if that happens, the owners are probably more concerned with trying to effect repairs that tell everyone who booked it that they will be disappointed.
Photos- Everyone forgets the pictures. But you can save yourself the embarrassment by hiring a photo booth. The Treasured Mems people have photo booths available for hire for your big day, and they can ensure it matches your wedding décor. It’s so much less hassle than going with a photographer or letting everyone take their own photos.
Transportation- Do you know which car you are using for the honeymoon? Then you should make sure it is in great working condition. Have it checked out the week before the wedding and drive it carefully until then. And you might want to see about a backup car just in case.
Dinner Plans- Once you leave the wedding to go on the honeymoon, you need to make sure you have a chance to eat once you arrive at your destination. For most people, it’s a long trip between the wedding reception and the honeymoon suite, and you will probably feel like grabbing a bite before settling in for the night.
Setting Time Aside- Did you remember to ask off for the time from work? And as your wedding plans changed and you and your fiancé switched around your honeymoon plans, did you remember to update your days off from work. If any changes have been made to your schedule since you first put in for time off, be sure to keep your employer apprised.