A Brief Blog Profile: Grooms Advice
by Thomas Hynes
Honestly. I was surprised to find Grooms Advice. It's surprising in that it is taken from the man's perspective. Even if men comprise half of most wedding participants. Their input, however, is usually closer to zero percent. Put another way, weddings typically belong to the bride. Nobody actually cares what the groom has to say. But, most weddings usually include at least one guy. And, even if their opinion isn't sought, this blog aims to make the process go as smooth as possible.
Grooms Advice runs down pretty elementary items such as a man's duty during the ceremony. Now, look. That may sound obvious. But, we're men! Most of us haven't thought about it. The site also offers suggestions on bachelor's parties. The blog also shows its greener side with this post on paperless invitations. But, probably my favorite thing I've found here is their use of the term "groomzilla" in this post. I've been in my fair share of weddings. And, well, groomzillas are a real thing. Being obnoxious is an equal opportunity for both genders is what I'm trying to say. Glad to see someone call that out.
The truth is weddings can be a great experience for guys. With a little help from blogs like this, it can even be among the best day of their lives.