Many grooms take the time to write the bride a card or letter on the big day and send it over with flowers or a special gift (jewelry is popular with grooms). Here our our five tips:
- Remember that this is a letter she will keep forever, so make it heartfelt. You might tell her how nervous or excited you are, or that you cannot wait to see her in her dress, speak your vows and share your life together.
--Send it in style. Have it delivered by a groomsmen with a single rose or have it sent over with a mimosa and a light breakfast the morning of. You can also send it with a bottle of champagne and chocolates. If you want to go all out, have your groomsmen deliver it with a song or funny dance. One groom sent his over with an old school "mix tape" and a basket of her favorite candies after our suggestion.
--You don't have to be Keats.
--Keep it clean. She might share it with her bridal party or want to pass it to her future children.
--Write it out before the big day. This isn't a last minute thing.