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The Engaged Groom : You're Getting Married. Read This Book.
by Doug Gordon

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Today's groom expects and is expected to take on a large and often times equal role in the planning of the big event. The days of the husband-to-be just showing up with a nice suit on and having no idea of what went into the planning are long gone. This is not to say that the groom's interests need to be the same as the bride's.  Read more...


 
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More About The Engaged Groom by Doug Gordon
 
 
 
Overview

Today's groom expects and is expected to take on a large and often times equal role in the planning of the big event. The days of the husband-to-be just showing up with a nice suit on and having no idea of what went into the planning are long gone. This is not to say that the groom's interests need to be the same as the bride's. This book will help the groom to choose what interests them and works well with their talents. If it is not picking out the table cloths to match the flowers, than it could be working on the menu or the invitations or even designing the wedding website. For the groom who wishes to be actively involved and not be limited by traditional wedding elements, the book will suggest ways to create a modern wedding. For example turning the focus to the enjoyment of the guests and thinking of the day as a big party, while still respecting the wishes of the families.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780060855826
  • ISBN-10: 0060855827
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publish Date: January 2006
  • Page Count: 279


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Advice for the groom

The Engaged Groom (subtitled "You're Getting Married—Read This Book") is more intent on quelling that rising gorge in your throat with savvy advice on subjects ranging from picking a date to surviving a bachelor party, and even has a handy diagram showing the proper bow-tying technique.

The best thing I can say is that I'm glad I don't have to go through it again (though I wouldn't trade the experience, or my wife, for anything). I can now enjoy these books, then pass them on to my recently engaged son. That might be a good idea for you, too, if you've got a male relative or friend preparing for the big step.

 
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