Just received your first wedding invite? It’ll be the first of many, that’s for sure. While you might have attended a wedding as a kid, your first grown-up wedding is a big deal. There’s a lot of etiquette to learn to ensure you’re the perfect wedding guest, and it all starts with the outfit. Read the rest of this entry
While many might think that the wedding day is all about the bride, it’s important to realize that this isn’t the case. At the end of the day, your wedding is the beginning of your marriage – and you’re just as an important part of the process. Read the rest of this entry
The thing about weddings is that they are above all else the domain of the bride, and that’s cool. After all, it’s her day, as she occasionally lets slip when she says “mine” instead of our when you are discussing it. Do us guys really care? For the most part, no. We want our other halves to be happy to have what they desire and experience that truly special day that they deserve. So, being the good future husbands that we are, we’re happy to hand over control of most things to them.
Alright guys, I don’t want to deter from the sports, tech and more, but we’ve got some important stuff to talk about. I’m referring to your proposal. You know…the thing you’ve been putting off for months because you have no ideas? It’s a daunting prospect to get down on one knee and hope your significant other responds positively. However, we’ve got the perfect solution for you. Five great ideas that she simply can’t say no to. If she does, she’s not the one for you!
Go online, somewhere other than this blog and you’ll find millions of articles about all the things a girl needs to think about a wedding. You’ll find posts about choosing the right dress, how pretty your bridesmaids should be and what diet will fit you into that dress. But there’re not that many posts for guys who are on the precipice of getting married. Before you jump to the wrong conclusion, it’s not that guys aren’t interested in the wedding. We all have guy friends that have a biological clock counting down as loud as a woman’s. It’s just that a wedding is often seen as more important to the bride. They have more to do and a lot more to think about. But don’t forget a guy is typically the one that jump starts the wedding by proposing. That’s where we’re going to start, with the proposal. It’s worth spending some time thinking about how you’re going to do it, particularly if you want that yes.