Présentation de l'éditeur
A popular misconception about the best man is that he is chosen for his role at the wedding on account of his colourful wit and glowing qualities. Nearer the truth of the matter is the fact that a best man is a human being. He often has little idea about wedding organization and probably bites his nails at the prospect of making a speech. He accepts the responsibilities of the post, because the groom, perhaps a lifelong friend, has asked this favour of him and he could not refuse.
This book presents the best man with a guide to all the technical details of a wedding from transport to fashion. He will see all the likely points of mishap and learn how to avoid them. He will realize that the most daunting prospect facing the best man - the wedding speech – can easily be overcome even without the talent and wit of a natural comedian.