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Real Brides Reveal: The One Wedding Tip They'd Give Grooms!

BY Apoorva | 27 Nov, 2016 | 869 views | 3 min read

In the entire wedding planning and chaos, the groom tends to get a little left behind. With all the attention on the bride, who really cares if the groom is wearing Sabya or Manish, right??? Wrong! There are so many things that the groom needs to know about him and his life during the wedding week and we want to tell him all of that. So we rounded our real brides to tell us that one tip that they would give to the groom for his wedding and they went crazy with all the advice! Read on...

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Shivali Dalvi says: “Breathe and have a little patience! Not everything is as crazy as it sounds. Trust us a little in areas that you may not know much about (candid photography and wedding films) and let things just have its way. “ Devika Malhotra says: “Take interest from the beginning. Grooms usually don’t want to be a part of the prep and then don’t like half of the things after they are finalised.  So if you think that the final product is going to matter to you, take interest from the start. “ Maithili Thanawala says: “Wedding planning is an emotionally draining situation for any bride. It involves preps, finding the balance between what she wants, what her parents and also, respecting the wishes of her in-laws and the budget! My partner supported me throughout and I would advise other grooms to do that too. It’s a rollercoaster ride with the bride leaving her home plus being excited for her new life. Be there for her, support her and accept that things will change for you as they are for her. Acceptance with love is the key!"

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Shruti Shah says: “Contribute to the wedding. We know that you aren’t interested in the nitty gritty details but do your bit. Grooms tend to take it for granted that the bride will manage everything including his clothes. Don’t do that. Help out wherever you can.” Esha Mehta says: “Do NOT drink your mind out before the wedding! We know it’s your wedding party and everything but you need to be sane the next day for all your ceremonies and to entertain your guests. You can do the drinking the rest of your life. Also the groom puking the night before the wedding isn’t such a great impression!" What would be your advice, dear girls? We'd love to know.
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