A Groom's Guide to Surviving a Wedding: One Groom's True Story

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  • ISBN-13: 9781418421250
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publication date: 4/16/2004
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.28 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2004

    A Groom's Guide to Surviving a Wedding: One Groom's True Story

    Ok, this wasn't really a guide, so I'm not sure why they called the book what they did, but it's still great and any bride who wants her groom to become more cooperative will buy this for him. The guy who wrote the book basically kept a diary of the last month before his wedding, and he was a typical guy who didn't care about the wedding. But his theme is 'give the bride what she wants', and when it's coming from another guy who obviously doesn't like weddings and didn't even care about his own, it's like it puts your fiancee in the right mood about your wedding. The number of our wedding-fights dropped after my man read this book, and I'm getting MY wedding now. Do make sure you read it before giving it to him. You won't believe what happened with this wedding. I can't believe he actually wrote some of this stuff.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2004

    I felt his pain

    What a great book. Written in diary form, it really made me feel like I was there. This is a great book for grooms, past or future. A must-read for the entire bridal party!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2004

    A Groom's Guide to Surviving a Wedding: One Groom's True Story

    While this book will be useful for grooms, and grooms will enjoy reading it, I recommend everyone buy it for any young, first-time brides they know. It is good for brides to know the sorts of things going through their groom's minds during wedding planning. Guys just aren't as into weddings as we are, and it is important to know that going in. This book helps drive that point home. This book was written by some groom who actually kept a diary, day-by-day, of the month leading up to his wedding. In my experience, his reactions to wedding planning and weddings in general are typical of young grooms, so I bought this for my daughter to help her understand why the love of her life isn't as thrilled as she is to be picking out their bedding that they're going to register for. The book has some useful tips for the groom, so make sure he reads it too. Still, there are some tips that are actually better for the bride. For example, I was thrilled to confirm his tip about getting the wedding dress in the Midwest. My brother lives in Illinois, and it will be MUCH more affordable to get the dress there (we visit frequently anyway). Unfortunately, we can't move the entire wedding there, but even just the dress savings is helping us with making our budget work.

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