Last Saturday, Colleen Lippert had no idea that as she pulled into the parking lot of the Beach Bar and Grill at Tecumseh that she was really rolling up to to her wedding. Over the course of the past year, her boyfriend of seven years, Shawn, had asked her little detailed questions about how she imagined her big day.
"What kind of center pieces do you want?" he asked. "Mason jars with tea light candles in them," she replied. So Shawn placed mason jars with tea light candles in them at each table.
Colleen received the day of her dreams with none of the added stress that causes many "brides" to be to become "bridezillas" to be. Is it possible that we've seen the dawn of a new era where the groom plans the wedding? Colleen Lippert's wedding certainly disproves the age-old theory of a man never understands the stress of planning a wedding.
Many women would continue to disagree that any man is capable of such a task, however, if one can prove us wrong -- perhaps there's more to a man than his obsession with video games, fishing and flannel shirts.