Groomology? Every groom-to-be needs this book.
You know those TV shows and movies where you’re not sure if the wedding will actually happen…?
The groom agrees that the bride’s gown looks a little snug. Then, she’s on the rocky road binge of the century, while he keeps digging himself in deeper.
Or, she gets a dangerous gleam in her eye, and all her husband-to-be can manage is, “I didn’t mean it that way.” The next thing you know, she’s cashed in the honeymoon tickets and she’s flying solo to Rio.
Well, it’s not fiction. And, with a book like Groomology, you can avoid scenes like that.
From the first chapter:
“All around the world, weddings are big business, not to mention being a magnet for suckers with a non-prioritized budget.
“Take one box of unscented white tea lights, for example. In most places, you can get a set of one hundred for five bucks. But add the word ‘wedding’ to the packaging of those same little candles, and watch the price balloon to ten bucks for a set of fifty.
“A high priority on your fledgling to-do list should be taking a drive to four or five wedding-related stores in your neck of the woods, a task that should consume no more than a single morning or afternoon. Soak it all in. Take note of the options available. You probably had no idea that so many products and possibilities are out there. And even though you may initially find yourself bewitched, bothered, and bewildered by the sheer volume of crap you find dominating your window-shopping, the truth of the matter is that this private little rendezvous will make you a much savvier, informed groom.”
See what I mean? Every engaged man (and groom-to-be) needs to understand these kinds of things. Then, he can help, support, and simply understand what his bride is going through as she plans the wedding.
If you don’t read this book, chances are: You won’t have a clue why your sweetheart is turning into Bridezilla.
This book earns lots of five-star ratings at Amazon for a reason.
I could go on & on, but you get the idea: Whether you’re the groom or you know someone who’s going to be a groom, this book is a must-own.
Save yourself lots of arguments.
Buy it. Take notes in the margin. Re-read it regularly, all the way up to the wedding.
Here’s what Amazon says about this book:
What Every Smart Groom Needs to Know
The ring’s on her finger, her to-do list is growing, and her mood is frantic. What’s a groom to do?
Let Groomology show him how becoming a partner in the wedding process can make the whole event more enjoyable…