Groom Simon is getting ready to jet off to Christchurch for his wedding next week. Flowers and dancing are top priorities as the clock ticks.
Simon begins the process of piecing the jigsaw puzzle that is the seating plan together.
This week Groom Simon is listening very carefully to music lyrics to make sure he doesn’t accidentally pick an inappropriate song.
Two unexpected planning hurdles pop up for Groom Simon. How will he and his fiancee deal with the setbacks?
Groom Simon starts thinking about what he should (and should not) say in his groom speech.
Groom Simon and his lovely bride-to-be have ticked another task off their list: the invitations.
As their wedding draws closer, Groom Simon realises his most important job is listening.
With the price of traditional wedding cake beyond his budget, groom Simon devises a creative alternative.
Planning a wedding is a lot like being the CEO of a major company. You must have your own agenda, smile in the face of adversity, and keep the shareholders happy.
Simon’s caterer won’t allow a taste-testing before the wedding.