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Here Are Some Ideas to Make Your Bride Happy

Date Published: Jun 02, 2015

Hoping to spend the rest of your lifetime with her? Remember that you just don’t drop down on one knee and pop the question. You also have to get involved with the preparations. After all, it’s not just your bride’s special day but yours as well.

But your responsibilities don’t end after making sure the groomsmen are ready to march down the aisle. You have some things to take care of on your wedding day, and here are a few.

1. Start early

Whether the ceremony starts at 10 AM or 3 PM, start preparing hours in advance. This way, you can deal with issues before it’s too late. Missing cufflinks, popped buttons, upset stomach - you don’t want these instances to ruin the day. Having extra time hand helps you take care of everything.

2. Eat breakfast

Part of starting early is eating a protein and vitamin-rich breakfast. Considering you’ll be very busy the entire day, a grumbling stomach and pangs of hunger are the last things you want to deal with. Make sure you eat muscle food for your wedding breakfast! That way you'll keep your strength up for the whole day.

Don’t forget to take in natural libido supplements as well. Some brands these days aren’t created to give instantaneous results. Instead, they have a holistic approach - to supply necessary nutrients to the body, especially when taken regularly. This type will keep you energised until that awaited ‘alone time’ with your bride.

3. Prepare an emergency kit

You might not deem this necessary, but being prepared helps a lot. So pack a kit with items like an extra button, mouthwash, medical plaster, medication (for diarrhoea, migraine, nausea, etc.) and lint roller. Pack a few energy bars as well. These will come in handy when you or your bride feels the munchies while on the way to the reception venue. Keep your natural libido supplements ready as well, and pop a capsule after dinner.

4. Stay comfortable

It’s hard to do so when you’re nervous. But minimise discomfort by ensuring that your shoes are broken in. Your outfit has to be weather appropriate as well. You wouldn’t want to wear a long-tailed tuxedo on a garden-themed wedding. Generally, you have to stay cool and your clothes (as well as shoes) fit perfectly. A great way to do this is to use a high quality tailor, like Souster & Hicks, which will ensure a perfect fit. Take a look at the Sousters gallery for more inspiration.

5. Look good

No, you don’t have to put on makeup and have your hair styled. But it doesn’t hurt to cut your hair, shave the stubble on your upper lip and chin, and smell good. Your bride will certainly consider these big gestures because she’d want you to look your best.

End note:

These tips aren’t exhaustive. You’ll know what to do and prepare by sitting down with your wife-to-be. Asking her directly about this matter ensures that you don’t miss certain details.

Now, when it comes to hairstyling and makeup, our team at Kinnari Flair are ready to lend our expertise. We also have a team of photographers and videographers. Get in touch with us and we can discuss your needs.