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14 ideas to incorporate stripes into your wedding

In a previous post, we discussed how patterns like the polka dot can quickly and effectively liven up any wedding scene. Whether patterns form the central wedding theme, or are used as an accent to the main colors, they are a pleasant addition. Some patterns like stripes can be used everywhere, from the wedding cake to the bridesmaids dresses and rest of the décor.

Stripes are an interesting update to any wedding color scheme. When it is done in moderation, this pattern has the ability to add sophistication and make a color combination more attractive. Depending on the colors and width of stripes that are chosen, stripes can make a scene look more serious, casual or contemporary. Small pin stripes and big bold colored stripes have a casual feel, while softly colored stripes have a stylish effect. Hence it is a pattern to consider using at your wedding.

Check out our top ten ideas here, on how you can add this interesting detail into your wedding.

1.Glamorous invitation card with pops of red against subtle gold stripes

We like the idea of doing it big with stripes. Featured here is a beautiful and captivating invitation card with tropical red and orange colors stretching across a white base. A foil accent in gold is all it takes to transform this interesting card to something fantastic. As taupe and tango sizzle along the breadth of this card, the rippling effect is simply mesmerizing. We are sure that a card like this will be loved by your guests, and will set the excitement buzzing for all that is store on your big day. This invitation is an online exclusive from our Best for Bride wedding invitation collection. Customization options for both the bands of color and the foil accents are available, so you can find the color that matches your theme best. To find out more about this card, or to place your order, continue on to this link here.

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2.Delightfully delicious striped cake

Simple in it’s elegance, but stunning in appearance, this wedding cake from the Natalya cake collection at Best for Bride is a work of beauty. As brown and white stripes offset each other on the softly curved cake layers, the flowers add a beautiful dimension to them. Creating big bold stripes on wedding cake is literally a “piece of cake.” So, while your wedding guests indulge in this delicious looking desert, you can be happy at having a grand cake on a budget. If you are searching for inspiration on how to perfect the stripe details on your wedding cake, take a look at this page on the Cake Geek website. There is a bounty of wonderful images you can draw ideas from.

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3.Signature stripes coasters

We strongly believe that the best things come in little packages. Add the befitting finishing touches to your wedding décor with striped coasters, customized with your name and event details. Shown here in a teal and black ink finish, you can see how stylish this little detail can be at your wedding. The interesting pinstripe and crest design can be customized with the colors you like. Whether you use it as party décor or favors to share with your guests, it adds that perfect little striped detail to your big event. Find out how you can place your order for this product and your customization options by clicking on this link.

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4.Beautiful birch tree guest book

You do not always have to do stripes all the way for the intended impact. Add a unique and unusual touch to your wedding, with this guest book featuring a birch tree motif on the side. The resemblance of the weathered trees in the picture to vertical stripes is evident, even while it is more attractive with it’s picturesque details. With a cute bird detail on the textured cover, this book allows you to collect up to 100 guest signatures in the available space. It will undoubtedly be a valuable keepsake that looks just as beautiful as the messages that it will contain within. To find out more about this product, or to place your order, visit our wedding website here.

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5.Diagonal stripe place card

Black and white is one of the most preferred combinations for stripe designs, apparently because of the ease with which it is available. Featured here is a diagonal stripe place card, that will spruce up the table with the place card arrangement at your wedding. Not only will it easily blend into any wedding color palette, it will also be a small detail that subtly gels in without being too noisy or cluttered. This product belongs to our section for additional accessories for weddings. You can find out more details about it, as well as place your order at this link.

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6.Stripe straws for all your party beverages

One easy and inexpensive way to add this small detail to your overall wedding service décor is to use striped straws for your beverages. With this little element, they will not only taste, but also look refreshing, when you dress them up with pretty striped straws that match your overall color theme. Guaranteed to last through refills, these will serve your guests throughout the reception. Available in eight custom colors, you can either use the same color on all your choices, or mix it up for an interesting variation on the general look. Either way it is a small detail that will not go unnoticed. Read more about how you can place your order for these, by visiting this link.

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7.Striped treat bags

If you have a candy buffet at your wedding reception, these striped treat bags are a cool way to add a little extra striped detail into the scene. While being a practical and fun choice, they are also pretty enough to add a pop of color to your overall table décor. You can also fill them up with treats beforehand, and seal the neck with a ribbon bow. Add a self sticking adhesive label with the details of the event, and they are ready to be distributed and taken home. Like the striped straws, these are also available in a range of colors, and allow you plenty of choice to find one that will match your wedding color palette. Check out this link to find out what the color options and the price details are.

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8.Striped shirt and plain tie, or the other way around

Don’t leave your bridegroom out of the picture, as stripes are a design detail that he can easily carry off. Unlike polka dots or chevron, it doesn’t look odd when a man chooses to wear a striped piece of clothing for a formal occasion, like his own wedding. Either choose a striped shirt and a plain silk tie, or the reverse; a plain shirt and striped tie. Either way, you will not have any difficulty finding these choices, as stripes is a detail that rules almost everything in the men’s fashion department. The bonus here is that your groom can easily make up for the fact that you cannot wear a striped wedding dress. Well, a striped wedding dress would be stretching the theme a little too far, don’t you think?

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9.Striped baker’s twine

For those brides who don’t want to spare any detail, here is the perfect striped accessory to wrap up your wedding favors or boxes with. Striped baker’s twine, available in a range of colors, makes it easy and interesting to add the finishing touches to your perfect party favors. Small, but pretty, these add instant vintage flair to your party packages. It can also be used as part of your wedding stationary, to wrap around envelopes. Available as spools of 100 meters each, you can choose from a variety of colors to find the one that best fits your wedding scenery. Take a closer look at this special product from our wedding favors and accessories collection, by visiting this link.

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10.Striped water bottle label

To make a theme work, every single detail counts. So, don’t spare attention to the water bottle labels that you employ at your wedding reception. The simple addition of these lined labels to the little refreshing bottles of water will make all the difference to bring together every single element at your wedding. The romantic floral motif at the corner of the label can be customized in any color of your choice, so it blends in with the overall color scheme. As you add a touch of flair to even the water bottles with custom self-adhesive labels, you are well on your way to making sure that every detail at your wedding is just right. Check out this product at the link to our wedding favors page.

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11.Fun diagonal striped bunting

Buntings are a must-have at any celebration, and weddings are no exception to this rule. Make your wedding venue more festive with a bright and vibrant striped bunting in the colors of your choice. Hang this at the entrance, behind your buffet table, on the Mr. and Mrs. chair; basically wherever you think they will look good. You can customize the bunting with your choice of letters, and let it soar. The best part of this bunting is that it doesn’t come in the standard triangular shape that we so commonly see. It has a curly bracket border which makes it all the more prettier. Find out all about the colors that we offer and how you can place your order, by visiting our favors page.

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12.Striped bridesmaids dress

It may not be a good idea for the bride to dress in stripes. Instead, have your bridesmaids in stripes. This bridesmaid dress in the popularly sought-after black and white classic combination belongs to the Alfred Sung bridesmaid dress collection at Best for Bride. This full-length sateen dress features a jewel neck and keyhole back. The full length skirt has a pleated finish and it also has pockets at the seams. Although it is a single piece dress, it resembles a two-piece dress and is an interesting choice to dress your bridesmaids in. The A-line design flatters most figures, and so it is likely that all your bridesmaids will be able to pull off this design without difficulty.

13.Wedding ring with stripes

Let your love for stripes accompany you on your married life forever, by being the design on your wedding ring. If you are genuinely fond of this design, consider having your wedding ring designed with a stripe design on it. Contemporary, yet timeless, this is a design that you will love for years, and it will never look dated. Either have black stripes done into silver or gold, or consider having metals in different colors clubbed through stripes for a whimsical finish.

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Image Credits:Bence Fordos, via Flickr

14.Stripe clutch for your bridesmaids

If not the bridesmaids dresses, choose to accessorize your bridesmaids with a striped clutch. This is the perfect way to add this subtle detail into their overall outfits. A striking combination will easily stand out against a bridesmaid dress in a solid color. It will also be a great gift for your bridesmaids, and one that they will find plenty of use for, later on. The clutch featured here is a signature design that has a number of striped panels that come together in a beautiful finish. Something as stellar as this textile bag can be one of the smaller gifts you may like to add to your bridesmaids gift hamper. We are sure this will be put to plenty of use due to its interesting finish and overall look.

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Image Credits:Monica Leitao Mota, via Flickr

We hope this article gives you enough inspiration to plan your striped-wedding. For more wedding ideas, tips and advice, drop in regularly at our website. Also, find all the things that you need to plan the perfect wedding celebration at the Best for Bride online web store.

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8 etiquette questions for the mother of the bride

Every mother has a vision of how her daughter should look as a bride, and it is no surprise that moms are usually a great help in helping the bride plan her wedding. All the way from being a part of her shopping entourage to supporting her with making vendor decisions and other important details, they are an indispensable presence.

However, it isn’t always smooth sailing. Unless you are a regular society bee, or have had another child get married in the recent past, it may be time to brush up on the etiquette rules you should follow for your daughter’s wedding.

So, this article is dedicated to all mothers of brides out there. Join us to find out all you need to know about your role in your daughter’s lifetime celebration.

Do I have to stick with the tradition of choosing my dress first and tell the mother of the groom what I’ll be wearing?

If you and your family are all about following traditions at your daughter’s wedding—Yes! The original practice was for the mother-of-the bride to first finish her dress shopping, and inform the mother-of-the-groom about what she would be wearing to the wedding. Then, the groom’s mother would choose a dress that would tie together with this choice, even if it wasn’t too similar. Now, times have changed, and not all people are fond of old traditions. You can always conform to the practice, if that is what you like.

Notify the groom’s mother of the outfit you have chosen for the wedding day. However, be realistic with your expectations. If she isn’t keen on following the practice, let her be. If you aren’t sure of whether your daughter’s future mother-in-law would appreciate you informing her, or whether it would seem to pushy instead, check with your daughter. She should be able to advice you on whether it is a good idea. Or, you can ask her to pass on the details to her future mother-in-law herself.

1.Do I have to ask my daughter for her thoughts on what I wear to her wedding?

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Yes! It is your daughter’s day, after all. Although it would be unreasonable of her to dictate your overall look, she may have suggestions on what you could choose to fit the overall wedding party look. Ask your daughter for recommendations on colors and dress styles, and make your pick so that it matches her expectations.

It would be a good idea to choose a color in the wedding palette or one that goes well with the bridesmaids dress colors, though not exactly the same. Either pick a different shade in the same color spectrum as the bridesmaids, or a neutral or complementary color that will work with it. Most couples have a general idea of how their wedding scenery should be, and if you can find an outfit that works well with the theme, you would be doing your bit to make them all the more happier.

2.Are there any styles that I should absolutely avoid?

This again depends on your personal preferences and that of the bride’s. You should be comfortable in what you wear and feel good too. When choosing sexy dresses that are too short, with long slits or ones that expose too much skin, you may first want to get the go-ahead from your daughter. If she is fine with your dress choice, there shouldn’t be a problem.

Instead, if she feels that you should make an elegant and modest choice, or that you may steal her thunder with the way you dress on the day, it is better you rethink your original idea. Remember that you can look glamorous and stylish, but in a way that doesn’t make anyone unhappy with your choice. We think this is the route you should take. The same applies for when your daughter asks you to dress in something that you aren’t comfortable in. Although you should try to meet her expectations when choosing a dress, you should finally wear one that makes you happy too.

3.Should I be offended if the couple won’t take any of my suggestions?

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We understand that you may not be entirely happy about the couple not taking your suggestions seriously, especially if you are footing the expenses for the wedding. However, you should remember that this is their special day, and it is a once-in-a-lifetime affair for them. So, prepare to handle it gracefully if your daughter decides not to go with your suggestions. Accept that you are making suggestions, not decisions! It may not be that she thinks they are bad ideas, it could just be that she has other ideas herself that she thinks are better suited for the situation.

So, before you provide any inputs, you may actually want to ask your daughter about what her own ideas and vision is. This way, you will be able to think of relevant and appropriate suggestions, that they are more likely to accept.

Now, for some humor, we think you should head over to this page on the Knot that lists some really crazy wedding planning comments from moms! You may also like to share it with your daughter, if she thinks your suggestions are weird! She may probably ease up a little, once she sees what other moms have been up to!

4.I am not sure the to-be-weds know about our limits to finance their wedding. Is it alright to discuss this with them directly?

If the couple expect you to pay for their wedding, it is only right that you inform them of the maximum amount you can afford to spend. Have a chat about the wedding finances with the couple, so they can plan expenses accordingly. Get this across right at the start and you can save them from being disappointed after booking everything at rates that you cannot afford.

Now, if the couple intend to pay for their wedding themselves, it is best that you do not interfere with their plans at all. If you will be contributing a specific amount to the wedding budget, you can share the amount with them beforehand, so they can plan it accordingly. Or, if your idea is to sponsor a certain wedding expense, like the wedding dress or entertainment, make sure that you tell them what your limit is. This will help you both be on the same page when the time arises.

5.I think my daughter is turning into a bridezilla. Should I do something about it?

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You know how the excitement and overwhelming planning stress can get to your daughter and turn your level-headed, pleasant girl into a monster! This does happen to many a bride, and such women put all those around her in misery. From straining her relationship with her partner, to making her bridesmaids miserable, this can cause a lot of damage. As her mother, it is essential that you support her whole-heartedly during this trying time.

Nevertheless, it is also your responsibility to put her in her place and tell her when she crosses the limit. Make suggestions to help relieve the stress, and tell her not to freak out over unnecessary details. Also gently remind her that her friends and relatives need to be treated nicely, and she cannot forego behaving well just because she is a soon-to-be bride. You are the best person to put this across to her. So, take this responsibility seriously and make things better for her and all the others involved.

6.Do I have to take the initiative and reach out to her in-laws?

It is not just customary, but sensible as well, to meet your daughter’s soon-to-be in-laws once she is engaged. Ideally, your daughter and her fiance should set this meeting up. So, wait for them to do this. If you get the idea that they will not be taking the initiative, you can take the first step forward. Talk to your daughter’s partner and find out how you can get in touch with them.

Either invite them over to your home, or plan to meet for tea or dinner at a good restaurant or cafe. If you are comfortable in playing host and inviting them to dinner, it would be a good idea to contact them directly and invite them over. Whether you meet at home or outside, make sure that the first meeting is very casual, and the purpose is to get to know them. Be supportive of your daughter’s relationship with their son, and make the most of this first move by fostering a friendly relationship with them.

7.I would love my daughter to wear my wedding gown, but I am worried it looks dated and may not be her taste. Do I offer it?

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Your wedding dress is associated with a lot of fond memories, and it would be a dream come true to see your daughter be wed in the same dress. However, as you have already realized, it may not be the right style or fit for your daughter. This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t offer it to her. Just don’t force her into considering it. If you have a great vintage dress, and it is one that matches the theme of the wedding, you may even be doing your daughter a big favor.

Also, there are many talented wedding dress makers who can repurpose a wedding gown into a brand new wedding dress, while keeping the important elements of the original dress alive. This could be by taking the lace from the dress and adding it into a modern silhouette, or simply redesigning the gown to make it modern. If your daughter would like to consider this option, give her full freedom to do what she wants with your gown. You cannot expect her to wear the dress as it is, so don’t feel bad about the dress being taken apart after you agree to let her do what she chooses with it.

There are also options like taking the lace from the wedding dress and adding it to the bridal bouquet. Finally, just remember that whether the bride says yes or no to your dress, accept her decision gracefully and don’t complain about it later.

8.What say do I have in planning the guest list?

If you are sharing the wedding expenses, it is only reasonable to expect that you have a say in who is invited to the wedding. Nonetheless, talk to the couple and find out what type of ceremony they have in mind. Keep that in mind when deciding on who you should ask them to invite. If their idea is a small, intimate wedding, respect their choice and don’t expect to invite all those you want to.

Get a clear idea of how many people you can invite, and then decide upon who goes on the list. If the number is small, make sure that you list those who are most important. As with everything wedding-related, be reasonable with your expectations and nobody will feel hurt.

Weddings are a difficult time, and a bride is lucky if she has a supportive mother to help her meet the various wedding-related challenges. It is a one-time occasion, and she deserves all the support she can have to make it a memorable event in every way. Isn’t this what moms are always there for?

To take a closer look at any of the dresses featured here, and at more mother of the bride dresses available in our collection at Best for Bride. Browse through our extensive dress collections for top-class dress designers to find the dress that is just perfect for your little girl’s big day. We also have a huge inventory of wedding dresses, bridesmaids dresses and flower girl dresses. Come visit our one-stop bridal destination for anything and everything you need and make your wedding day a huge success in every way.

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7 ideas to pamper and prep your groom

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Don’t we often forget that there are two people who are special on the wedding day? Yes, it’s a fact! All of us tend to focus entirely on the bride and all that she needs to get set for her big wedding day. Isn’t it a pity that her Prince Charming is often overlooked, and enters the scene pretty much just on the wedding day?

So, this time we decided to shine the spotlight on the bridegroom, for a change. So, brides, listen up! This article is for your soon-to-be husband! After all, it’s a milestone event for him too, and you could offer some help in the grooming department, to ensure he looks his very best on the big day.

Let us first look at some advice on the basics that are to be taken care of.

# Plan ahead

While the bride is usually preparing for the wedding months in advance, bridegrooms usually don’t have any action plan. Most brides spend a few hours with their make-up artist and hairstylist, to get ready for the wedding ceremony. On the other hand, the groom’s not involved in such elaborate preparations. All he does is take a shower, have a shave and splash some cologne.

Well, it’s time things changed. If your groom has to look just as good as you, make sure that he too gets his fair share of attention. Get going by planning his wedding day look well in advance. Decide all that he can do to look his best from head to toe, and set an action plan and time-line for when he will do each item on the list.

# His hairstyle means a great deal

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One of the most important things that determine your overall wedding day look is your hairstyle. The same applies to your groom too. One that flatters his facial features and suits his personality will be best. So, make sure that he plans his hairstyle for the day in advance. It is a good idea to have a trial run few months ahead of the wedding. This way, if he isn’t too happy, he will have time to outgrow it. Have him do his trial runs six to eight months before the wedding, so he has sufficient time to try various hairstyles and find the one that he wishes to wear to the wedding. Finally, get this haircut done no earlier than a week before the wedding day, so it looks fresh.

#Another essential—skincare

You know how you obsess over cleansing, toning and moisturizing, every single day? Ask your partner to join in the fun, and his skin will thank him for the care. Convince him of it’s importance, make sure he does it regularly and the difference will be evident in just a few days. Everyone loves a clean, glowing face—whether it is on a man or a woman. So, he deserves to pamper his skin a little extra and prepare for the big day. It will be when you see your wedding pictures that he will realize that the effort was worth it. Moreover, it is just a matter of few minutes a day. He will hardly notice the spent this time on it, but we guarantee that if he sticks to it regularly, the results will prove why we stress this so much.

#Eat and drink healthy

If you want to not only look, but also feel good and confident, you should not only pay attention to what you do on the outside, but also what goes inside your body. Let your engagement be the time for both of you to start off with a healthy lifestyle. Eat balanced meals, cut out the junk and drink plenty of fluids, and your body will revel in the care you administer it. Anti-oxidant rich foods will reduce the occurrence of acne and blemishes, and save a lot of trouble. Keep yourselves hydrated all the time, and this will not only help your skin and hair look and feel better, it will also rejuvenate you. Exercise is another big essential for men and women alike. Have your groom include exercise in his daily routine and it will help him be fit and trim in time for your wedding. Start easy, and slowly easy into a daily exercise routine of at least half an hour a day.

#Cut down on alcohol and smoke, and stay away from the sun

Some habits are more damaging than you may realize. Alcohol, cigarettes and the sun are the three biggest causes of damage to health. Your bridegroom should regularly use sunscreen when he steps out of the house, or all that extra care will go down the drain. By reducing his intake of alcohol and cutting down on cigarettes, his overall health will improve and his skin will reflect the positive change.

Now that you know what are the basic requirements for your fiance to be in best shape for the wedding day, it’s time to move into the details of preparing for the wedding day itself.

Here are ten ideas to pamper and prepare the bridegroom for one of the biggest events in his lifetime—his wedding day.

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1.Have a Mani and Pedi

Think of how the camera will focus on his hands too, when your photographer clicks pictures of your wedding rings! Don’t you think he can benefit from a manicure for this reason? The men of the previous generations invested time and money into grooming themselves well. They knew that neat, clean nails made a man look sophisticated and well put-together. Don’t you agree? Why don’t you search out a men’s salon that offers these services in your area. This way, he will not disagree to attending an appointment there. If your partner is entirely against the idea of getting his nails done, the least he can do is to soak his hands and feet in soapy water and moisturize it to prevent the formation of calluses. Or, book him in for a foot spa which he cannot refuse. This will not only help him relax his tired feet, but will also have it looking much better than it originally did.

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2.Visit a professional hair salon for a shave

For his wedding day, ask him to get a professional shave instead of the regular quick shave at home. After all, he does this by himself every day of his life and deserves to have it done by someone else for once. It doesn’t take too long, and all he needs is a prior appointment so things go as per plan. Ask him to pull in his best man or another groomsman, and he can make it more fun. If he has a styled beard, we think it is necessary that he does a sample run at the salon he will be visiting, before his wedding day. You do not want his look to be drastically altered on the wedding day, because the stylist didn’t understand what he wanted. Now, if he is very particular that he will do it himself, here are some tips to get the best results.

  • A brand new straight-edge razor is absolutely necessary to get a clean-shaven look
  • Placing a hot wet towel on the face, prior to shaving will open up the pores and help attain a closer and cleaner shave
  • Should cuts or nicks occur, a styptic pencil can stop the bleeding
  • For beards and mustaches, they should first be combed, and then trimmed

3.Get rid of excess facial hair

Some men have excess or unattractive facial hair on the ears or in the nose. Some men also have excessively bushy eyebrows with plenty of stray hairs. Have the stray hairs on the eyebrows trimmed during the week before the wedding. Remember to only take out the excess, and not alter the overall look by making it thin. Similarly tweeze away the nose hairs and those on the ear for a clean and polished look. Either use a nose hair trimmer for the purpose, or go with the traditional tweezer. It is less painful when done soon after a bath, when the skin pores are open. Or, he can lay a hot towel on the area first, and then progress with tweezing it.

4.Have a refreshing facial

Facials are not just for women. There are facials specifically aimed at men, and these can do wonders in rejuvenating their skin. Get your groom to have a facial during the week leading up to your wedding day. It will keep his skin radiant, fresh and free from blemishes. If he has acne scars, getting a couple of them during the months leading up to the wedding can reduce the color and visibility considerably. The massage and cleansing of the skin will also help your groom relax and enjoy the experience. As his skin is exfoliated and dead cells are removed, it will look more vibrant. If he is dead against it, you can ask him to do one that is suitable for his skin by himself. Buy a suitable facial kit from the drug store and simply follow the instructions on it.

5.Decide on whether he wants a tan or not

This is something that your groom should plan in advance. If he decides to go for it, make sure that he prepares for it at least months in advance. He can either choose to go with a tanning salon or use a self-tanning lotion. If he will be using a self-tanning lotion, he should do it carefully so he achieves a uniform color .

6.Get teeth cleaned or whitened

Your groom will be photographed throughout your wedding day, and this is the opportunity when he cannot shun away from flashing his smile. It isn’t unusual to have stained teeth from drinking coffee, tea and alcohol, or other lifestyle habits. Your groom however, can smile with all his might and show off his sparkling teeth confidently, after a teeth whitening treatment. Professional teeth whitening can be performed in a single session by a qualified dentist. Either fix an appointment with a recommended dentist, or get it done at home using a teeth whitening kit. Either way, the process is quick and painless. Follow the instructions exactly, and there won’t be any issues. Also, ask him to switch over to whitening toothpaste, so he can reduce the stains this way as well.

6.Get the right haircut

We already mentioned that your groom should have an idea of the look he will be wearing to your wedding. A week before the day, is the right time to get his haircut done. This will allow the hair to just grow out of the freshly cut look and still look neat and attractive. During the hair styling session, he should seek the stylist’s advice on how to set his hair perfectly on the day of the wedding. He can practice it at home in the coming days and nail it in time for the wedding. Make sure he uses a good quality styling gel or hairspray, so his hair is locked into the look throughout the day.

7.Choose the right scent

Use your wedding as the occasion to go out and splurge on some great cologne and perfume for your husband-to-be. You can both make the shopping trip together and search for a scent that is different from the one that you both always use. Let it be a wedding special, one that he wears for the first time on this day. It will add a special note to the memories of the day, and whether he chooses to stick with it or saves it for special occasions, it is still worth it. This article on the Men Style Fashion website will provide valuable insight into what you need to know about selecting Men’s Perfume. Check it out.

Now that we’ve covered the needful on pampering and prepping your bridegroom, we hope you will both look equally attractive on your upcoming wedding day. For more wedding tips, advice and shopping needs, continue visiting us at Best for Bride.