A Wedding groom (sometimes shortened to groom) is a man who will soon or has recently been married. A bridegroom is typically attended by a best man and groomsmen.
The style of the bridegroom’s clothing can be influenced by many factors, including the time of day, the location of the ceremony, the ethnic backgrounds of the bride and bridegroom, the type of ceremony, and whether the bridegroom is a member of the Armed Forces.In the United States, the bridegroom usually wears a dark-colored suit for a daytime wedding or tuxedo for an evening ceremony.British tradition for a formal wedding requires the bridegroom, male ushers, and close male family to wear morning suits.Bridegrooms of Scottish descent often wear full Highland dress, as do their groomsmen.
In Anglo-American weddings, the bridegroom will often give a short speech after the reception, thanking the guests for attending, complimenting the bride, thanking members of the wedding party, and possibly sharing a “roast toast”, in which he makes jokes at the expense of himself or a member of his party. His speech will normally be followed by one from the best man.Check Out Wedding Groom Photos To Inspire You.
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