4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 5 May 2013
If you've been asked to be best man at a wedding, and you've never done it before, this is an indispensable guide. It has lots of advice and tips, but more than that has lots of actual examples of what to do. For example the speech, perhaps the most stressful part of the job, not only advises lots of jokes, but gives plenty of examples of jokes that are acceptable but also lots of gags to avoid - too embarrassing, too blue, not funny enough. There's lots more though, plenty of stuff about the stag do, the wedding day itself and the aftermath. Being best man at a wedding is a skill, and plenty of people get it wrong - with this book it's so much easier to get it right. Well written too.