The ceremony is over, the party has begun. The wedding suit looks good, the wedding dress is perfect - all eyes are on you!
The tradition of the first dance is one that has been around for centuries. It's an extremely special moment where the bride and groom come together and celebrate being newly weds in the form of a romantic first-dance in front of all their family and friends.
If you have heard it once, you have heard it a million times - planning a wedding is a lot of work. Between deciding vendors, music, guest lists, locations, themes, etc. the list could actually go on and on forever.
There are countless details that go into the successful planning and production of a wedding. From the timeline to the photographer, to the flowers, seating charts and food. Oh, and let's not forget the tuxedos and dresses. All of the most important details are written down, discussed and probably changed a million times before the day of the actual event.
Everyone should know the basics (and at least be doing the basics) when it comes to grooming.
Keeping ourselves in order and looking like we have our stuff together, generally helps us to actually have our stuff together. In everyday life, whether it’s at our jobs, in school, hanging out with friends, meeting new people, going to an event, etc. most of us are doing our best to put our best foot forward. To walk into wherever it may be and Own. The. Room. Confidence absolutely comes from within, but whether we like it or not, appearance has something to do with it as well.
Being a groomsman comes with a lot of excitement. You get to be a part of your friend’s special day, you’ll have a bunch of professional pictures to look good in, and you get to attend a bachelor party.
When it comes to sizing and fit, regardless of what we are wearing, most of us are almost always going to have some questions. For some reason, when it comes to formalwear or business style people seem to feel overwhelmed.
Be honest, when putting on your suited or tuxedo outfit, the last thing on your mind was probably, am I wearing this vest the right way? Yeah, that’s what we thought. But that’s okay, because sometimes it’s the simplest things that seem to go over our heads.