Presents Don't Screw Up Your Bride's Wedding: A Groom’s Guide to Surviving the Most Important Day of Your Wife's Life

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F+W Media, Dec 17, 2008 - Reference - 192 pages
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Let's face it: Most men are clueless when it comes to choosing place settings and invitation color schemes. But unlike their fathers and grandfathers, modern men are expected to participate in the wedding-planning efforts like never before. This book is a comprehensive, clearly stated, and convenient guide for grooms. The gurus at will usher husbands-to-be through each stage of planning and preparation, including how to: pop the question correctly (yes, there are right and wrong ways!); set up a budget--and still give her the wedding of her dreams; deal with bridezilla; handle the groom's duties--and make a to-do list; live up to wedding-night expectations; and more! This book is all a groom needs to calm his fears, care for his bride, and make it down the aisle on time--and with his sanity intact.

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About the author (2008)

Michael Arnot (New York, NY) was a typical groom—he didn't care about wedding flowers, wedding songs, and nice frilly invitations. When his beautiful bride asked him to make a wedding speech, however, he realized there were no wedding resources for men available online. Being an entrepreneurial type, Michael set out to create a man's guide to weddings and the result is, the Web's #1 wedding and engagement guide for men. A lawyer by training (and, by virtue of his work with, forever a groom), he, his bridezilla-turned-wife, and son live happily ever after in New York.

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