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|C. Price • 10/05/15|
A wedding day isn’t entirely for the ladies, which means grooms need resources, too.
That’s why our 10 Best Blogs for Grooms were selected, for their fashionable and functional styles to make his special day also one to remember.
Bragging Rights: upbeat and irreverent
I Am Staggered’s almost tongue-in-cheek attitude no doubt drives its popularity, with advice on issues like “Mother-In-Laws” and their “Diary of a Secret Groom.” However, it’s still a powerhouse site for helping guys find their inner Prince Charming. Plus, there’s help for those wedding jitters.
Social Clout: 15,200+ followers, 1,683+ likes
Bragging Rights: inspiration for today’s groom
Trendy Groom is home to helpful and cool photo spreads that are easy to navigate and tastefully arranged. For those looking to inject their own sense of identity into the big day, style at this site isn’t restricted to the cummerbund – it’s in the music, food and atmosphere.
Social Clout: 2,194+ likes, 1,160+ followers
Bragging Rights: some men care about the wedding details
From one of the guys who proudly takes part in the wedding planning, Temple of Groom steers other grooms toward understanding all the pomp. A tremendous resource for content, it also serves as a great jumping off point for researching vendor sites, trends or those all-important cost comparisons.
Social Clout: 1,007+ followers, 266+ likes
Bragging Rights: the guide to tying the knot
Fashion isn’t everything at a wedding, but it’s a huge chunk – and Well-Groomed Blog celebrates great options for men. Gift guides are available for the male shopper, while posts look to recent award shows like for inspiration and trend-watching. There’s even saucier selections for after the guests leave.
Social Clout: 637+ followers, 509+ likes
Bragging Rights: from Jeremy, “the man with a plan”
At Wedding Bros, the whole concept of marriage is covered, from “10 Romantic Ways to Propose for Under $100” to “Wedding Insurance: Do You Need It?” This is a great site for the hands-on hubby-to-be and for those guys who don’t leave everything up to the bride. Music, menu, flowers and gifts are all given stylish treatment here.
Social Clout: 539+ likes, 42+ followers
Bragging Rights: from proposal to honeymoon
The Groom’s List breaks down everything into four areas: proposal, wedding, honeymoon and marriage. What you need for each and just about everything in between is covered in witty and motivating style. Topics like “A Gentleman’s Guide to Engagement Photo Attire” helps prepare guys for what’s often a foreign terrain.
Social Clout: 507+ followers, 504+ likes
Bragging Rights: move over bridezilla
Jeff is the man behind Groomasaurus, where many of the more functional elements to a wedding are addressed. He spotlights apps and software to help with planning and stresses learning a bit on photography or cake decorating before chosing a vendor. There is also a great tutorial for the whole affair.
Bragging Rights: a man’s perspective in a woman’s world
While the topics at The Groom Says cover cake options and flower arrangements, the attitude is decidedly male here. Host Brian brings an unbridled passion to every part of the event and encourages guys to reveal their inner groom. He believes how much you enjoy the day is related to how involved you are in planning it.
Bragging Rights: your virtual best man
Groomsday Blog offers great commentary on the challenges most guys are faced with at a wedding, whether it’s their ceremony or not. While the blogger’s wit is usually on display, he also brings real tools needed on issues like losing weight in advance, guest lists and “the politics of dancing.”
Bragging Rights: making magic happen
Colin Cowie is an extremely talented event planner who believes dreams do come true, and he works hard to make every one happen. He is a regular contributor on The Today Show and HSN. Cowie believes “what you smell, touch, taste, feel and hear” can be orchestrated in the most detailed way to bring the whole experience together.
Social Clout: 161,000+ likes, 10,200+ followers
Photo source: justweddings.org