April 14, 2011

Crossing the Aisle: Groom-Friendly Designs on the Bridal Blogs

Beginning this week, we're going to be joining our friends at The Man Registry in sharing our favorite links on the world wide web. But unlike Chris at TMR, I'm not giving you the manliest of web material. I'm plugging groom-friendly wedding elements and designs that I've found while snooping around on those wedding blogs that are primarily enjoyed by the women folk.

So, men, don't be afraid to "cross the aisle" and see what the ladies are offering this week. You won't be disappointed -- and it may give you some inspiration for your own wedding.

groom-friendly designs on the bridal blogs

via Green Wedding Shoes
We have much to learn from Jill and Jed. For grooms who don't understand what it means to "choose a theme" (or how that's at all helpful), this post is for you. Not to be missed: sweet invite designs; decked out "sweetheart" table; and wedding portraits that don't suck. 

via 100 Layer Cake
The newest addition to the man cave that's constantly evolving in my mind. Unique, groom-friendly styling by Jillian Event Design.

A little love for the groom on The Ritzy Bee Blog - Forage bow ties available online

Rock 'n Roll in Bali
via Grey Likes Weddings
A beach-themed engagement shoot with as much verve as a Weezer concert.

North Peak Brewing Company
via Brides.com
When the ultimate bridal blog boasts local brews, we have to re-post.

Texas Ranch Wedding by the Nichols
via Style Me Pretty
Horseshoes and mismatching groomsmen; coffee can centerpieces and customized car hoods. Check out this SMP wedding that isn't too feminine and isn't too Texas.

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