The Bridegroom

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The Bridegroom

“He knew one of the women well, and had shared his universe with her. They had seen the same mountains, and the same trees, although each of them had seen them differently. She knew his weaknesses, his moments of hatred, of despair. Yet she was there at his side. They shared the same universe.” – Paulo Coelho, The Valkyries

You are The Bridegroom, the husband to be, the chosen and the beloved.

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The dear gallant Groom, mostly calm, perhaps a little uneasy on his feet, naturally a little overwhelmed for his day.

So important, so much responsibility, so many butterflies… Alone, until he stands next to her, about to begin a journey with his faith squarely in one hand and soon his partner in life in the other, knowing together, all will
be well.

The Speech

Noblesse will guide the groom, if he so wishes, come alongside him assisting with the timings of his speech and it’s structure, making the delivery easier, reducing the inevitable stress that goes with such a powerful performance.  Noblesse has a Speech Professional on hand, easing the Grooms natural anxiety, rehearsing perfectly so the speech is delivered smoothly with pride.

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The Attire, The Surprise, The Secret

Noblesse feel the Groom’s attire should be kept as big a secret as the Bride’s Glory.

Noblesse will guide the Groom, if he so wishes, to a beautifully handmade and bespoke suit; his shoes, his shirt and also his own beauty regime.

The Groom’s Best Man

  • The Best Man is your closest friend.The Best Man has the ‘checklist’.
  • The Best Man knows your worries and is there for you at every breath.
  • The Best Man is reliant, calming and kind, he sanctions your choices.
  • The Best Man understands you and is there for you, doing it all with you.
  • The Best Man is writing his speech (Noblesse can help here if needed) and organizing your Stag Evening…
  • The Best Man steps up with anything you need and so….

Think of the finest gift you can give him and present it to him on the Eve or the morning of your Wedding or,
during the Speeches at the Wedding.

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Groom’s Men, The Ushers

Your chosen Ushers must be dressed in their hired suits, at least 6 weeks before the Wedding, this will ensure they are fitted properly and comfortable.

Do not invite too many, it can get crowded with too many Chiefs.

Make sure The Ushers know exactly what to do, be clear and delegate – giving them individual responsibilities, such as steering an Ancient Aunt to her seat with
dazzling charm.



Please do not forget their cufflinks – Cufflinks may be your gift to them, by way of thanking them for their support.
Give these before the Wedding.

Time to Dream

“If you can imagine it, you can achieve it; if you can dream it, you can become it.”


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