Favorite Wedding Moments: 10/27

Men, share your favorite wedding stories.

If it seems as though wedding-related content is aimed primarily at women, then it’s on us to address this imbalance. Men, after all, are roughly half the people getting married.

What was the most remarkable wedding you ever attended? What made it so distinctive?

Were you married recently? Long ago? Several times now?

What advice would you give to a man who is planning to propose?

What is the story of your engagement?

What was the first wedding you attended? When did you know you wanted to get married?

Are bachelor parties hopelessly outdated? What is a good alternative?

Advice and personal stories of wedding planning, from writing the vows to writing thank you notes.

Who was at your wedding? Who was missed?

Unusual honeymoon destinations.

And not just the grooms and grooms-to-be, but the best men, groomsmen, ushers, sons and fathers of the happy couple, are invited to share their funny, memorable, crazy, poignant, romantic, and loving stories of the wedding ritual. This call has been extended: Submissions to this call should be submitted by Saturday, November 10 for consideration. Accepted submissions will be published on The Good Men Project and may also be printed in The Huffington Post Weddings. Send your pitches, questions, and submissions to Justin Cascio, Senior Editor, at justin@goodmenproject.com.


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  1. O.K., it’s definately NOT my favorie, just maybe one of the most memorable. I was married a little more than a year at the time. Friends of ours were getting married. They asked both of us to be in the Wedding Party’. So .here we areat the reception, sitting up at that long table with the bride and groom, on my left is my wife,on my right is another bridsemaid who, although I didn’t know her all that well, worked with my wife and the bride and knew them. Anyway, as we’re siting there, I feel her hand on my thigh! I say to myself,”OK don’t panic, maybe she had too many cocktails at cocktail hour and doesn’t realize where her hand is”. Then she moves her hand up toward my crotch while turning to look at me and smile! Southwest Airlines has a series of commercials where people are put into difficult situauions and a voiceover says “Want to get away”, That pretty much describes my situation.So, I get up, excuse myself, and leave to go to the rest room. SHE EFFIN FOLLOWS ME!!. Itell her ‘no thanks’, I’m married an intend to stay so! I was so ratteled that I told the wife she was going to drive us home and procedded to get totally blitzed!

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