What Does a Groomsman Do?


A groomsman is one of the male attendants to a groom in the wedding ceremony. The term usher is common in UK while the term 'groomsman' is usually considered somewhat lower-middle- class and is used by those who have already adopted the term from America.
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1. Let the groom know that you are honored to be one of his groomsmen, and assure him that you will fulfill your role with dignity - without sacrificing the fun. 2. Attend as many
1. Party down. Attend all pre-wedding festivities, including the engagement party, Couple’s Shower, bachelor party, and rehearsal dinner. Ad. 2. Gather round. Usher guests to
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A groomsman is someone who is important to the groom, and whom the groom wants to be a visible part of his wedding. He may be a close friend, brother, cousin or father. These days, he may even be a she; more men are asking female friends to be part of their attendants, although they are generally called honour attendants, rather than groomsmen, and can wear a dress rather than a tux.
Groomsmen attend all pre-wedding events. The groomsmen make sure the groom and best man have tried on the tuxedos well in advance of the wedding date. Groomsmen are in charge of decorating the couple’s getaway car and often serve as ushers at the wedding. Groomsmen also help arrange the groom's bachelor party with the direction of the best man.
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