Gone are the days when you could sit back and let your fiancée plan the entire wedding. Today’s grooms have countless tasks to perform, from hiring the entertainment and planning the rehearsal dinner to buying the wedding bands and comforting hysterical family members.
Fortunately, The Groom’s Instruction Manual is here to answer all of your most challenging questions: How do I handle feuding relatives? What should I look for in a good wedding photographer? Why does my fiancée seem stressed out all the time? Whatever your concerns, you’ll find the answers here—courtesy of author and veteran groom Shandon Fowler.
“He may not have shelves of magazines devoted to him (or groomsmen half as doting as your crew of ’maids), but with The Groom’s Instruction Manual, your hubby-to-be can glean matter-of-fact survival tips on everything from dealing with your freak-outs to making the most of your wedding night; hubba hubba.”—Philadelphia Magazine “For the stand-up 21st century male this pocket guide will help the soon-to-be-wed weed through basics.”—Boston Herald
“Pick up The Groom’s Instruction Manual, a little black book to help a guy survive and, as it says, possibly enjoy his wedding day.”—Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Groom's Instruction Manual by Shandon Fowler; Illustrated by Paul Kepple and Jude Buffum