Coach your groom


Michael Waring

Get your groom involved in the wedding planning with these helpful tips from Michael Arnot, founder of Groom Groove, the leading wedding and engagement Web site for men.

"It probably won't come as much of a surprise to you that your fiancé, the prospective groom, has decidedly not been dreaming of a perfect wedding since he was a toddler. The good news is that your fiancé has been dreaming of a perfect match, and by virtue of his marriage proposal to you, he has signaled that you're "the One." However, to bridge the divide between a perfect match and a perfect wedding, your fiance will need to be coached. And to use a sports metaphor, you're the coach, and your fiancé is a player on the team—the most important and underrated player. What follows will help you coach your groom-to-be."

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