03-jcrew collage Fun Socks for the Groom and Groomsmen

Sometimes being a guy in the wedding party isn’t much fun. You’re most likely wearing a rented suit, which may or may not fit that well. And you are probably sporting a color that you would never normally wear.  But... Read More

guys Wedding Whims Video: Boys and Boutonnieres

Just remember, to a guy, a creative boutonniere may just be the equivalent of your wedding shoes: a chance to truly express your personality through an accessory! So pick a style that fits him perfectly, whether wacky, bold, or super... Read More

groom video featured image Here Comes the Groom: A Wedding Whims Video

Chances are your groom’s search for his suit or tux won’t be as involved as finding your dream dress {phew}. But don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about him! Style and a great fit are key to helping him feel amazing... Read More

cedarwood_wedding_kristyn_hogan_003 The Man Registry with Pinterest Tips for Grooms

Many guys will roll their eyes when the topic of Pinterest comes up. And you probably couldn’t blame them. The site has grown rapidly with a great reputation as the place brides go to find planning ideas for all things... Read More

green2 Green Bride Guide: Green Your Groom’s Gift

With so much attention on the bride it’s easy to forget about the groom, who is also a very important part of the wedding. On your wedding day it is important to give your groom a small token of your... Read More

Honeymoon Planning for the Groom

The tradition of the groom planning the honeymoon is not as common as it once was, but is still a lovely idea, particularly if the groom is not heavily involved in planning the wedding with his fiancée. Wedding details can... Read More

ceremony-pink-dress-petals-umbrella-22501 Ask the Editor: What Should I Call My In-Laws?

My fiancé and I dated for several years before getting engaged, and both know each other’s families well.  I have always called his parents by their first name.  When do I start calling them Mom and Dad?—Katy, Waterbury, CT No... Read More

engagement-couple-walking-apple-orchard-81469 Groom as Family Spokesperson

One of the main duties a groom must do is communicate well with his family.  Direct communication between all parties is best, but sometimes there are misunderstanding or delicate issues, and it is critical that the groom take charge in... Read More

centerpiece-white-flowers-vase-candles-22501 Honeymoon Planning for the Groom

The tradition of the groom planning the honeymoon is not as common as it once was, but is still a lovely idea, particularly if the groom is not heavily involved in planning the wedding with his fiancée.  Wedding details can... Read More

bride-bouquet-shoes-champagne-ring-22501 Wedding Gifts to Give One Another

In all of the stress of wedding planning, what is often neglected are the small details. One such example is the exchanging of gifts between the bride and groom. Yes, you are already have the rings, but why limit yourself... Read More

The Man Registry with Post-Engagement Advice

Photography by Milton Gil Our resident groom planning and style expert Simon Daykin has some great tips on how to handle life after you pop the question (assuming she says yes). Congratulations, you asked her, and she said yes! Now... Read More

whiskey For the Grooms: Whiskey Cocktails

Want cocktails at your bachelor party, but prefer to avoid anything pink and fizzy? Here are a few recommendations that celebrate the greatest of gentlemen’s drinks: whiskey. Old Fashioned: 2oz. Bourbon whiskey (Maker’s Mark is terrific cocktail bourbon) 2 dashes... Read More