When Patrick Carone, 35, clicked on the e-mail announcing plans for his friend’s bachelor party, he was expecting a blueprint for a sordid Vegas jaunt, or perhaps a steakhouse bash in NYC, with a bevy of beauties on the side. Instead, he was invited to “join us in a relaxing weekend of fishing, light hiking, even barbecuing!”
Creative ways with floral boutonnieres...
They’ve been with you every step of the way and stood by you through thick and thin. And now they’ll stand by your side on the day you say “I do.” Your best man, groomsmen and ushers will be renting tuxedos, attending your bachelor party, writing toasts and lending a hand on the big day. In other words, offering them a simple “thanks” and a handshake isn’t going to cut it.
Although many brides say they enjoy the whole wedding planning process, we know there are plenty of things they'd rather NOT deal with. This is where a groom can step in and support his bride with the non-decorative, unfloral and less glamorous areas. Then, once the wedding is complete, the groom can even help his bride with another "not so fun" area... changing her name.