The Man Registry: Pre-Wedding Prep And Grooming For The Groom

Posted by Azure on July 28th, 2010
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Grooms – don’t expect your bride to be OK with you having greasy hair, chewed nails and un-manicured facial hair on your wedding day. I know that us guys don’t always take the time to look our best, but the wedding day is a different story. Here are a few quick tips on what you can do to assure you look your best on the big day: Haircut

Here’s a no-brainer. Get your haircut about a week in advance of the wedding. Stick to your normal barber and with your usual style. You don’t want to be experimenting with a new look that you’re not going to be able to grow out of before the wedding. Try a Manicure/Pedicure

Joking aside, trying a manicure/pedicure might not be a bad idea. There are sure to be many up close photos of the rings, so you want your nails to look great. Plus, they’re actually kind of relaxing (or so I hear). Get a massage

Who doesn’t love a massage? If you’ve never been to a professional masseuse, we strongly recommend it. It’s the perfect way to release all of that tension and it can actually help your posture. And yes, you can request a female. Just don’t ask for a happy ending. I hear you can get kicked out for that. Take a trip to the dentist

Can you even remember the last time you had a dentist appointment? Get your teeth cleaned about a month before the wedding and continue your normal brushing routine (3 times a day, right?) Tickets to the gun show

Many groom-to-be’s start a workout routine in the months before the wedding in order to get ripped for the big day as well as the honeymoon. My advice is to push back your tuxedo fitting as long as possible so you can account for those bulging biceps. Eat/drink well

Keeping a good diet will contribute greatly to your wedding day looks. Drink lots of water to keep your skin healthy and clear. Avoid fast food to maintain that physique you’ve worked so hard to develop. Of course, I’d tell you to cut out beer - but I want to be taken seriously. What other grooming tips do the readers of OneWed’s Savvy Scoop have? Share them below in the comments section.
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