There are two financial predicaments that face the Father of the Bride (FOB).
One problem is the attempt of the groom’s family to move as many of the wedding expenditures as possible to the FOB’s side of the wallet. This does not mean they are all cheap bastards. (But my guide assumes that they are.)
Another hitch is that any time the word “wedding” is used as part of a sentence, the price quoted is marked up higher than a bottle of water in the Sahara desert.
Which is why I have written, And I Have To Pay For The F*cking Flowers?
For the Father of the Bride, the insights in this guide will minimize stress and aggravation, since he will be on full red alert. He will see why the simple process of two people exchanging vows can make a college graduate’s student loan debt seem like pocket change.
Everything I have learned about the mystifying monetary shockers, from hiring the photographer, choosing the venue, printing the invitations, selecting the DJ, etc., is covered here. Be assured that if the FOB doesn’t pay close attention, every cost will find its way to his side of the ledger.
There are many classic wedding books, filled with serious advice and solemn suggestions for the Father of the Bride. But if a wonderful wedding is like a great party — and it is — then why not a humorous guide poking lighthearted fun at the weird and wonderful rituals and customs?
If you are the FOB, have been the FOB, will be the FOB, if you are on the groom’s side, the bride’s side, part of the wedding party, a guest, or if you simply like to laugh out loud, then check out And I Have To Pay For The F*cking Flowers?.
And I Have To Pay For The F*cking Flowers? is available on Amazon, as a Kindle eBook. It costs $2.99. And as soon as I figure out how to format it, it will be available as a paperback.
Here’s the link. I would appreciate it if you would help me get the word out. If you purchase it for yourself, please consider giving it a review on Amazon.
Thanks in advance.
P.S. 100 percent of the profits from the sale of this book will go toward paying off some of my own outstanding wedding bills.