All snides aside, grooms praise your brides.

Grooms can swoon — but not too soon.

A good toast is a good roast.

Brides love the dresses; grooms love the tresses.

At the reception, the caterers would do well to follow the model of the groom; take orders from the bride.

Groom the bride; bridle the groom.

The groom gets a wifer, the father a cipher.

For one afternoon, a bride and a groom; everyday after the sun and the moon.

Over the moon, the bride and the groom.

The expectant bride wants a quick proposal; the terrified groom wants a quick wedding.

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