Luckily, I have found two great resources for grooms; The Man Registry and The Plunge. These are two pretty awesome websites with articles, checklists and products aimed at grooms. There are articles about everything from bachelor parties (and non-stripper bachelor parties), groomsmen gifts, etiquette, relationship advice, fashion, and even promotions from approved vendors! I think the key to both sites is that the content is aimed at guys without any of the wedding "fluff" the brides get from their websites, magazines, and tv shows. While most guys have at least one friend who is married, its pretty rare that men share insight or advice for the wedding planning part. And yes, there are "groom" books out there but what guy wants to sit down and read a whole book about weddings? These websites serve as an expert on a very intimidating subject without forcing extra information.
Not a groom? No problem, these sites are not limited to the newly engaged! For guys needing some direction to "pop the question", The Plunge offers a ring buying guide and he'll probably stumble across the proposal ideas as well. Or if your man has no clue about being a best man or groomsman for a his friend, you can direct him to the wedding toasts and groomsmen section. But back to the grooms, after you get that ring on her finger and life has calmed down a bit, head over to these websites and I'm pretty sure it will help you feel less overwhelmed and get more excited about the big day! Enjoy!
Groomsman gift idea: NCAA 550 Grill Topper. Source