From The Black Tux, the formalwear company that has "come to rescue guys from tux rental hell" (GQ), comes a go-to wedding resource for anyone who'd classify themselves as groom or groom-adjacent. From choosing your best man (literally, the "best man" not to screw up your wedding) to figuring out your first dance (nothing choreographed, please) and how to wear a tux without looking like an uncomfortable butler, The Groom's Guide gives grooms and groomsmen the tools they need to make their wedding one of the best days of their lives and look damn good while doing it.
Fast Company says "The book is surprisingly insightful and delightfully designed as a down-to-earth antidote to the frilly, Pinterest-centric model of contemporary wedding planning... It is advocating for grooms to take greater responsibility and ownership in planning their wedding. It does, after all, set a precedent for the rest of your life."