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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Folsom_Prison, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. Folsom_Prison

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    A real close buddy of mine is getting married soon. I'm one of the groomsmen and of course were getting all tuxed out for the wedding.

    As far as he rehersal dinner goes the plan was for all of us to dress pretty formal, slacks button up shirts, you get the idea. The other day he said he wanted to have some fun with it and throw everybody for a loop and us guys wear cowboy boots jeans and a tuxedo T-shirt!

    I said helllllll yea I'm down, nobody knows about this but us guys, should be a trip. What do you guys think?
     
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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    I think you should be ashamed to tarnish such an auspicious event with your levity! :steamed::steamed::steamed::steamed:
     

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    larry_minn Silver Member Millennium Member

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    In general the Wedding DAY is the Bride's day. I would be very careful of doing anything (cute) on that day. (you of course know the bride/others better I am talking in general)
    The day before.... Unless Bride is control freak... Heck what groom wants to do to make the day less stressful (within reason/cue hookers/blow comments) Should be considered. (without 3 beers aboard)
    Everyone is going to be uncomfortable (most likely) at wedding. Be comfortable at dinner. If he does not know his future bride enough to know if she can handle this. Maybe its better if she dumps him now....
     
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    Got one you could lend me sweet lady?
     
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    At least get shiny black boots kid.
     
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    The "bride" is cool but wouldn't expect our little joke lol. I joked with my buddy and said I wish I still had my trumpet so I could play taps and give him a 21 gun salute. :rofl:
     
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    Play it for his freedom, but not for him.
     
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  11. jason10mm

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    Do it. The rehearsal dinner is where you guys can get all your little jokes and shinanigans out of the way 'cause on the wedding day you will be KILLED ON THE SPOT for even the slightest mistake :p

    I wore a utilikilt to my rehersal dinner, and we are doing the same for my friends RD in a few weeks. You can also have a less than appropriate grooms cake for the RD (in the sense that it doesn't have to comply with the colors or theme of the actual wedding [mine was a tank] not that it should be vulgar or obscene, that should have been at the bachelor party).

    But there are not really any wedding rules anymore, at least not ones that are not designed by folks trying to get you to spend ever increasing amounts of money on what is essentially a party. Just tell me you are not planning on doing one of those ridiculous crazy dances as the bride walks down the aisle....