Your wife's "name change"

Wedding planning is easy compared to dealing with sensitive subjects, such as your bride-to-be and the subject of the "name change." We're in a new era from our parents; you probably met your wife in a college class you were taking together (and she got a better grade), or at work (doing the exact same job). Women are attached to their names - afterall, a whole lifetime of accomplishments as "Ms. Smith" may seem to dissappear when she changes her name to yours. Here are some considerations on how the groom can handle this sensitive wedding related subject. Read the comments and have your say.

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Groom's Corner

Groom Duties

what are the groom's duties?

Grooms have lots to do other than buying a diamond engagement ring and popping the question. Think rehearsal dinner, honeymoon and wedding speech. Read this article about how to be a prepared groom and watch a short video for the groom.

Female Groomsman?

Changing groomsmen is not easy

Can your sister be a groomsman? A female 'groomswoman' is not as rare as you might think. Wedding traditions are being tossed out left and right. If you're a prospective groom, read this article on choosing your sister!

A Wedding Gift for Your Bride

grooms get to sit on the beach and enjoy the honeymoon with their brides

The Groom might not know about the wedding tradition of buying a wedding gift for your bride. If you're lucky, you'll get a nice gift in return! Read more on what to buy.