Groom's Survival Manual

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Simon and Schuster, May 11, 2010 - Humor - 214 pages
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The ultimate survival guide for bewildered husbands-to-be covers everything grooms need to know about legal issues, selecting a best man and ushers, donning a tuxedo, planning a honeymoon, choosing a first home, and adjusting to marital life.
 

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Most wedding etiquette books available today offer advice to the bride on how to plan the marriage ceremony. This guide is designed to help the groom handle the ring selection, invitations, rehearsal ... Read full review

Contents

Team Groom
23
The Bachelor Party 135
28
9
56
Your Family and Hers
65
The Gift List
73
Rabbis Priests and Ministers
83
Moving
101
Getting Dressed
119
Cold Feet
149
The Honeymoon
161
The Big Day
181
The Reception
186
Making the Transition from Groom to Husband
210
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Page 1 - A man who chooses to get married is a man of action: a guy who knows what he wants and won't take no for an answer.

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Michael R. Perry is a freelance writer living in Southern California. He edits an environmental newsletter, and has written magazine articles on a wide range of subjects, including music, motion pictures, and computer technology. Additionally, he has produced numerous educational and music videos through his company, C.U. Productions. Mr. Perry is more than happily married. He is also the author of "The Groom's Survival Manual," and is currently completing his first novel.

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