The groom's shoes are a fun little stitch, but stitching black on black makes it a little harder. Normally I would do the larger pattern first and then go back and fill in the small accent stitch. But I worked with both threads to fill in the accent as I went along. That black on black is a struggle for most. Don't forget to put something white in your lap to help you see the black canvas better. I use a white pillowcase. The picture is small because I don't want to give the stitch away to those who are not part of the club. It's a copyright thing.
Take a few minutes to cover the lines in the Groom's pants with that marker that was included in your kit. The guide has us stitch over them with one of my favorite stitches. Read the instructions carefully to make sure you don't cover the lines that aren't grey. In this photo I have covered the correct lines. The remaining white and off-white lines you see here will be stitched later. I would suggest you do it one night when you are finished stitching for the day. That will give the ink plenty of time to dry before you stitch again.