If there’s a groom in your party (or your same sex wedding party is splitting responsibilities), you might be looking to see what traditional groomsmen duties get handled by the groom’s crew. But in this age of weddings, your mixed-gender wedding party might be handling things a lot differently. Here’s a look at what traditionally gets covered by the groomsmen, so you can expand/change/follow the old rules as you see fit.
When we showed you Aubrey and Nate’s wedding, I’ll admit, I was more blown away by Aubrey’s jaw-dropping crop-top wedding dress than anything else. But I didn’t want you to miss out on one other awesome detail hidden in those photos: Nate’s wedding party gifts for his groomsmen were embroidered hankies.
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When you’re a girl and your best friend is a guy, and that guy gets engaged, it just may fall on you to throw the bachelor party. That’s where I found myself a couple months ago. My best friend Erik was getting married and I wanted to throw him a kick-ass bachelor party. One of the groomsman suggested that we throw him surprise musical roast. As Erik, and all his friends, are amazing musicians this was the greatest idea ever. Only… I’ve never been to a bachelor party before, and I’ve certainly never thrown one. I fired off a panicked email to Offbeat Bride sponsor and friend Laura from [vendor-heart link="http://rebelbelleweddings.com/"]Rebel Belle Weddings[/vendor-heart] who helped me pull of the coolest bachelor party/surprise musical roast ever! Here’s how we did it.
Photographer Peter A. Charlesworth shared this new groomsman pose he’s starting suggesting at his weddings: “New wedding photography technique for loosening up the groom and his off-siders: Show us your cum face.”
So your groomsmen or bridesboys like beer. And they need a boutonniere. Your solution? Add a beer cap from their favorite brew to their boutonniere! For more related inspiration, be sure to check out Beth & Brian’s victorian gothic heavy metal wedding, or spend some time browsing our beer archives.