A little grooming for that big day

Weddings, eh? All the rage, it seems. Second only to divorce on the “to do” list of every fashionable couple from Sheffield to Sheerness. Nary a weekend goes by when the Diary cannot be found, damp-eyed, waving off some happy couple, safe in the knowledge that they won’t be clogging up the pubs for a while.

But it’s clear that one section of the population gets a raw deal when it comes to getting spliced – the men. Whether wide-eyed with fear at the altar, or bemused and faintly embarrassed at the church door, men have never really grasped weddings. Women have long taken advantage of this to lay waste the wallets of husbands and fathers. But no longer. Help is at hand.

Wedding website confetti.co.uk has launched a special service for men, detailing their responsibilities, roles and how to make a speech. So, gentlemen, why not spend some of your free time anticipating the big day? After all, you’ll probably spend long enough regretting it…

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