If youíre a prospective groom getting married this year, itís never too late to start planning for your wedding speech or wedding toast (and there is a difference). We guys donít make speeches every day, let alone the most important speech of your life, in front of your friends, family and your bride. Fortunately, we make it easy for a groom to figure out how to make a speech and make it off the podium alive. With a† bit of preparation, the wedding speech will be a breeze. Read how.
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.
Once a groom has offered a buddy or a brother a spot as the best man or groomsman, it's pretty hard to change that person out. Here are some considerations the groom should keep in mind when having second thoughts about their choice of best man or groomsmen.
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Generally speaking, I don't think a groom should wear a rented tuxedo. One's wedding day is too important to settle for an ill-fitting tux, and unlike a wedding dress, the groom can wear his tux again for years to come.
The Wedding Chick is the real deal - and she answers any question a groom-to-be wants to ask - from groomsmen gifts,men's wedding rings, to wedding attire. Most recently, a groom asks her about his bride getting cold feet.
Wedding season is around the corner. If you're a groom getting married in 2012, this article gives some quick tips on how to get fit before wedding day, from Mike Ryan, our expert on fitness, from our partner, Gold's Gym. It's not too late to lose the spare tire.
Grooms can do the world some good and create a charity wedding registry. Get the best man to choose nonprofits of their choosing to create a cool wedding registry. Read more about one nonprofit that is connecting weddding guests to charities and making wedding registries a way for the grom and bride to learn about each other.