Man Nup : A Groom's Guide to Heroic Wedding Planning
Man Nup: A Groom's Guide to Heroic Wedding Planning.A practical, hands-on guide for men who are up to the challenge of planning their own wedding.But what do you mean?! What's wrong with those 'other' wedding planning books They're great but they're written for a particular stereotype. Man Nup assumes you don't know anything about weddings. Like what a bridal salon is. Or a charger. Or why people buy aisle runners. This book explains wedding planning from the beginning: the budget, the guest list, the flowers, AV Club, bachelor parties in Vegas, handling drunk Aunt Mabel... Everything. Whether you're gay or straight, Man Nup is the wedding planning book you're looking for. In addition to giving you no-BS advice, Man Nup talks to real men who've actually planned their wedding. Be a man. Plan your wedding. Or at least don't look like an idiot about wedding planning.
- Paperback | 262 pages
- 140 x 216 x 14mm | 308g
- 23 Feb 2016
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Rick Webb
Rick Webb is a writer, angel investor, and consultant to such startups and marketing companies such as Tumblr, Soundcloud and Percolate. In 2001, Webb co-founded The Barbarian Group, an award-winning digital ad agency. He served as its COO for the first ten years of the company's existence. Webb left in 2011 to pursue angel investing in technology and advertising. He is an angel investor in Foursquare, Percolate, Sherpaa, Nestio and Timehop. He is an advisor to several other tech startups and marketing services companies, including Hard Candy Shell, and Small Girls PR. Webb is author of Agency: Starting a Creative Firm in the Age of Digital Marketing, released by Palgrave Macmillan in 2015, and an avid writer on technology, advertising, economics, and government. He graduated from Boston University with a degree in International Economics in 1992. He serves a board member of the VCU Brandcenter, one of the most renowned advertising graduate schools, and was named as Creativity Magazine's 50 most creative people in marketing (2008). He was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska.