Synopses & Reviews
Sometimes the wedding seems all about the bridebut the groom can use a plan too, as the couple prepares for the happy event. This wise and witty resource will get him safely and successfully from the proposal through the big day. Handy checklists assure that no important detail slips by (such as applying for the marriage license in time), and theres a head-to-toe look at wedding attire, valuable advice on buying a ring, cost-cutting tips, and sensible suggestions on how to make the best impression at the rehearsal dinner, receiving line, and reception. Guys can even earn brownie points with their sweethearts, thanks to coupons” to give the future bride, promising such treats as a 15-minute backrub and a night on the town.
Sometimes the wedding seems all about the bride—but grooms need a strategy, too. This handy guide will steer the groom-to-be successfully through the maze of wedding planning, from the proposal to the big day. Handy checklists ensure that no important detail slips by: there's advice on buying a ring, getting the license, choosing groomsmen, creating a budget, making a great impression throughout the festivities—and more!
About the Author
Dan Jewel, a New York-based writer, editor, and movie/television critic, has worked at People, Star, and Biography magazine, among other places.