It may be because I grew up with four sisters but I think men are notoriously hard to buy for; there are only so many books and CDs you can buy before it looks like you’re not even trying…
So, we’ve put together a few ideas to get you going, but, please, offer up your suggestions in the comments. I need all the help I can get!
For the Beer Man
Sometimes drinking beer is just not enough. Brooklyn Brew Shop’s Beer Making Kits include everything he needs to get started, including a glass fermenter so he doesn’t have to mess up the bathtub. And even if he’s not making his own home brew, Beer Savers,…
My fiance’s parents are divorced and both remarried. Do we sit ALL of our parents together at the reception/ceremony?? Including mine? I don’t want anyone to feel excluded and place them entirely apart. I’m so confused at what to do…
-Cecelia Haskie, Facebook fan
Divorced families often pose interesting dynamics for a big family event such a wedding; it is very kind of you to consider the feelings of all the parties involved.
I recommend seating each group at their own tables with other guests they enjoy. For instance, seat your groom’s father and step-mother with a group of their friends or appropriate immediate family. You can then place their tables around your head table to
Gift bag: Sarah K. Chen Photography
Personalized golf towel and bag: Advantage Bridal
Men’s Club gift basket: Gifts for All Holidays
Assortment of gifts: The Stovall Collection
Groomsmen socks: Weddings Are Fun