Hello Guest, Today is December 3, 2003. 


Getting Ready

Well, being the groom is not an easy task. Take the first chance to show your wife – to –be how efficient and well planned you are.

Once your wedding date is fixed, time to get going. Decide on an appropriate wedding date such that both of you have ample time before and after your wedding for yourselves. Discuss and finalize your budget not to realize you’re broke after your great day.

Prepare the guest list. Select a design for you’re wedding invite and place an order for it.
A few months before the final day start shopping for you. For the religious ceremonies the groom drapes himself with a traditional dhoti kurta or a kurta pyjama. Select your outfit for the post-religious ceremonies. You could choose a suit or blazer. You can go in for ready-made suits and blazers which suite you or approach a reputed tailor, select a pattern that suites you and give your measurements. Select the right type of footwear. To be different from the others you could select between sherwani, jodhpuri or Bungala with matching shawl and morjaris. Remember that your outfit has to complement your bride’s attire. Select a nice bashing and turban (pheto).

Check out the formalities for the civil registration. Keep some time to plan your honeymoon because this will be one of the most exciting and romantic time after your wedding so get in touch with some travel agent and according decide on the destination along with your fiancée.


Well, as the days come close and nervousness and exciting dawns on you keep cool as you still have more to do. A week or so before the great day, remember to try your suit in case of alterations. Have a trial of your suit. Confirm all your prior bookings. Check on missed out invitees. Groom yourself, as the Prince Charming your wife-to-be would have dreamt of. That’s all and your are ready for your memorable wedding.

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