With all of the focus on the Bride and all of her details, it’s easy to overlook the Groom.
Groom’s details play a large part in telling the narrative of a wedding day. They spend time curating their look and putting their details together too. Those items should be showcased.
Here is a list of things that the groom should consider for his details. These items should be high quality, sentimental, and interesting. Sometimes they are strictly functional and that is ok too.
On the day of the wedding pull these items and lay them out for the photographer. The photographer will style them and get some great photos.
Having them ready before the photographer arrives will save precious time on the photography timeline, but it will also ensure that the items are actually on site.
I can’t tell you how many times people have arrived to their hotel or their venue only to realize they left an important detail at home. If you check everything when you arrive, you might have time to send someone back to grab it.
- Bow Tie/ Tie
- Cuff Links
- Pocket Square
- Lining of Jacket
- Letter or Note
- Tie Bar
- Any Stylish Boxes
- Money Clip
- Lapel Pin
Photo: Samia Minnicks Photography
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