The Best of the Web for Grooms – March 8, 2012
We all know that money is the #1 issue that married couples fight about. Trust me when I say that the only way to avoid these arguments is to have open, honest discussions with your future spouse. If you and your bride haven’t talked about combining finances yet, I urge you not to wait any longer. I also urge you to read this tremendous piece from Sandy Malone at The Huffington Post on how to not let the dollar destroy your marriage.
Have you picked out the tie you’re going to sport on the wedding day yet? You want to get this right, so check out Offbeat Bride’s look at ties that don’t suck. There’s some great examples here — my favorite being the antler design.
Many thanks to Wedbiz for running a giveaway of our new book, Be the Man. It takes two seconds to enter the contest via your Facebook account or email address, and you can do so here. The book is truly a must-have if you’re recently engaged or planning on popping the question soon.
Planning a creative dance for the reception? Take a look at how one smooth groom pulled off an instant classic:
Feeling the stress as the big day approaches? Don’t worry, this is obviously normal. In fact, I’d be worried if you weren’t stressed out. That being said, there are more than a few ways you can combat your worries. A recent post on OneWed written by our own Kara Horner advises on how you can de-stress before the wedding.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: you want to build a man cave in your home, but she wants nothing to do with it. In the past, this presented a bit of a problem — not anymore. In fact, YourTango thinks a man cave can actually improve your relationship.
Finally, we leave you with this infographic from WorldWideLearn that takes a bizarre, yet educational look at marriage and wedding planning stats.
Courtesy of: WorldWideLearn.com