This is not your father's wedding . . .
Congratulations on your engagement, my clueless friend, and welcome to a world for which you are sadly ill equipped. You have entered a new dimension. A dimension of china patterns, ice swans, and boutonnieres. You're planning a wedding, and your fianceé expects more from you than a diamond ring and a blood test. So, you'd better get up to speed--and fast.
From the best proposal to the coolest honeymoon, The Clueless Groom's Guide offers light-hearted commiseration, guidance, and a distinctly male take on the entire process of planning a traditional wedding. It gives you a sorely needed chuckle and some surprisingly useful advice to help you get through the many decisions your bride-to-be will pretend to want your opinion on, including:
Peter van Dijk has written advertising and marketing communications for such major marketers as American Express, Business Week, CBS Cable, Christian Dior, J.P. Morgan Chase, Merck-Medco, Primestar, and TNN.
His work has won Clio's, Effie's, Addy's and many other advertising industry awards.
Bought this as a gift to my future brother in law and he is finding it very fun and funny to read.Published 6 months ago by Zack Talmadge
It's extremely funny while also being informative. Every groom to whom I've given it - as well as his fiancee has adored it.Published 21 months ago by Beverley Nalven
This has to be the most archaic writing I have ever seen. I am not sure if Mr. van Dijk has ever spoken to or participated in vendor selection. Read morePublished on December 2, 2005 by B. Burns
Why isn't there a "zero stars" option?
I'm sorry, but this book contains some of the most gawd awful advice I have ever seen dispensed to anyone planning a wedding. Read more
If the rest of this book is anything like the section on wedding videography, the author does his readers a great disservice. Evidently, Mr. Read morePublished on December 1, 2005 by sblmnl
My mother-in-law gave me this book as a gift shortly after I popped the question. It was full of really great stuff, and it was fun to read. I would wholeheartedly recommend it. Read morePublished on April 22, 2004
This book really gets it right. There was lots of useful advice, and it was laugh out loud funny. I'd definitely recommmend it for any "clueless" guy getting married. Read morePublished on July 17, 2003 by Sam Jackson
this book should be the bible for all men who are planning to get married. Since I purchasd the book it has been the topic of conversation with my friends and at the office. Read morePublished on June 20, 2003 by "matty19"