While you're waiting for the big day (7 - 1 weeks before)
Bring your clothes home
Try everything on and wear it for about an hour to ensure everything looks, feels and fits the way you like. If you have been part of buying your best man’s and dad’s outfits, make sure they do the same.
Schedule an appointment
With your barber or hairdresser for the week leading up to your wedding. If you are sporting a beard, go for a trim the day before. P.S. now is not the time to try the highlights you’ve always wanted or trying a new style.
Practice tying the knot
If you don’t know how to tie a tie or bow tie, it’s a good idea to start practicing in due time to avoid the stress on your wedding morning. We are working on a custom video for you, but for now, you will be able to find a lot of guides on YouTube.
Break your shoes in
There is nothing worse than blisters from new shoes – especially on a day where you will likely want to dance until the morning. Insight: high-quality shoes need to be broken in as well! It’s all about stretching and shaping the shoe to fit your feet perfectly.
Write your speech
Your speech doesn’t have to be able to compete with an Oscar winner’s thank you speech, but you do want to start thinking about what you are going to say well in advance of the wedding. Even if you are uncomfortable speaking in front of a crowd, we strongly suggest your wedding day should be the one day in your life where you make an exception and say a few, personal words to your partner. They will remember your words forever – even more so if they know you’re usually not the one to give speeches.