Groomology: What Every (Smart) Groom Needs to Know Before the Wedding

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Apr 1, 2009 - Reference - 192 pages
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What Every Smart Groom Needs to Know

The ring's on her finger, her to-do list is growing, and her mood is frantic. What's a groom to do? Let Groomology show him how becoming a partner in the wedding process can make the whole event more enjoyable, meaningful, and memorable. Time and time again, soon-to-be husbands only tackle what the bride-to-be has told them to do. Groomology outlines these traditional groom's duties but goes a step further to instruct grooms in the art of getting involved.

Grooms Will Learn The Best Strategies For A Happy Bride, Including:

  • Being Sensitive To the Bride's Needs and Worries
  • Taking Over Tasks the Bride Doesn't Want
  • Understanding How Much Work Goes Into It All
  • Reducing Her Stress
  • Giving an Opinion
  • Letting Go of an Opinion
  • Being Creative
  • The One Thing He Needs to Do
  • The Benefit of Venting
  • When Doing More Is Less

Complete with helpful resources, a guide to bridal party responsibilities and etiquette, tips on hiring vendors, wedding statistics, and more, Groomology is sure to keep couples happy throughout the tricky planning process.

Bonus: Including 100 romantic ways to reduce planning stress!

 

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Contents

Gearing Up
1
The Prenuptial Landscape
18
Respecting and Revising Tradition
40
The Big Stuff
51
The Finer Details
94
The Other ToDo List
118
One Month Before the Wdding
143
The Wedding Day
154
Commencement
171
About the Author
177
Back Cover
179
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About the author (2009)

Michael Essany was the host of The Michael Essany Show from E! Entertainment Television. As a recent groom himself, Essany saw the need for an intelligent guide that would help the couple plan their wedding together.

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