Every year, 2.2 million men get married, and precisely zero of them look forward to “wedding planning.” Part of the reason: no wedding publication has figured out how to talk to guys. Here comes ThePlunge.com, a website where men can get real advice about weddings – whether they’re contemplating engagement, committed to taking “the plunge,” or even just a groomsman. Written from the man’s point of view, ThePlunge.com gives readers an unconventional, unflinchingly honest perspective on the entire wedding process. Whether he’s a “Groomzilla” or the “Anti-Groom,” the site dispenses fool-proof tips and advice on buying the ring and getting engaged to wedding planning, bachelor parties and booking the honeymoon – all articulated in a tone every man can identify with.
ThePlunge.com is edited by Jeff Wilser, recent author of “The Maxims of Manhood,” a humorous collection of essays that covers relationships, sex, sports, pop culture, and fashion from the savvy guy’s perspective. Previously Jeff was a contributor to GQ.com, as well as New York Magazine, the New York Daily News, VH1.com, and MTV.com.