Recently there was the dude dressed in a giant broccoli costume who got down on one knee at the minor league baseball game. (Come on, if you’re going to propose on the Jumbotron, at least choose the majors.)
Then there was Mike from Austin, whose proposal fail took place on live TV. Or a guy who got slapped upside the head — before she ran away — after he popped the question at a hockey game.
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Are you a one-day-bride-to-be planning on making a wedding video of your special day? Well, don’t bother! The most adorable, sweet, and cool wedding video has been made already. Starring love birds Lauren and Jean-Pierre, the video follows the couple as they do the robot, tie the knot, and rule the dance floor in La Grange, Georgia. The video was directed by Matt Odom, and the track you hear is Passion Pit’s “Sleepyhead.” You know how you know when the bride had a good time at her nuptials? She’s sweating from all the fun. [The Daily Wh.at] Keep reading »
Does your groom have delusions of grandeur when he talks about the size of his … reception hall? Then he might be a Groomzilla! Craig Bridger, author of “Surviving Groomzilla: A Bride’s Guide” discusses how to tame the beast that has taken over the wedding planning.
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The number of grooms wanting to help with wedding planning seems to be growing. While women have books, magazines, and websites devoted to being a bride, the guys get next to nothing. However, a few new websites are tackling the subject for gogetter grooms. GroomGroove.com tackles buying wedding night lingerie (“Depending on your budget, you should look to spend between $60-$100 on a nice bra.”). The Grumpy Groom shares personal stories about the wedding process. Personally, I think it’s great that grooms are getting involved in the planning of weddings. If I get married, I don’t think I’ll want to make decisions about everything alone. It would be nice if my husband-to-be got involved. Maybe talking more openly about weddings and marriage will make more guys want to do tie the knot. Certainly, some women will feel like they’re special day is getting encroached upon. Would you want your future husband to be more involved in the wedding planning process? Or would that increase wedding anxiety? [NY Times] Keep reading »
Personally, I’m against cake toppers. Everyone knows they’re at a wedding, so why ruin your gorgeous, expensive cake with a plastic bride and groom who don’t even look like you? Keep reading »
A couple in Vallejo, CA, had a rowdy party after their wedding on Saturday. The police came twice and, supposedly, the groom took off his shirt and approached an officer like he wanted to fight. The cop pulled a Taser on him, the groom and a cousin were arrested, and the bride was taken into custody on suspicion of public intoxication. This sets a new standard for wedding receptions: It’s not a party unless someone, preferably a member of the bridal party, gets tased. [CNN] Keep reading »