Sunday, January 22, 2012 | Categories: Documentaries
In the bad old days, the main responsibility of a groom on his wedding day was simply to show-up. On time. I speak from experience.
When Frank Faulk got married 15 years ago, it wasn't much different. He was more than happy for his bride to take the lead in planning the big day. And both felt this was a wise arrangement - after he suggested pizza for the wedding menu.
But the buzz in the wedding biz is that the world has changed. The 21st-century groom is a guy who wants to be involved, a guy who cares ... about the border design on the invitations ... the colour palette in the floral arrangements ... the party favours. Isn't he?
When one of Canada's biggest wedding events fetched up in his neighbourhood a few weeks ago, Frank put on his best suit and went to investigate.
Here is A Groom with a View.