About Staggered


Thumbs upMen. For years they’ve had to fumble along in the dark, with no idea of what they’re doing when it comes to weddings. Rumour has it that many men didn’t even know what they were agreeing to when they said “I do.” As for the rest of the stuff – well:

Suits? Clueless.

Stag-dos? A drunken mess that ended in jail.

Speeches? Don’t make me laugh.

Fortunately for any blokes (or hairy brides) who have just been sucked into the wedding plughole Staggered is here. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a groom, a father of the bride, a best man, an usher or just a particularly dutiful guest.

Whatever your role at the wedding all you need to know is at Staggered our editorial mission can be reduced to three little words:

Weddings. Blokes. Sorted.

Who is behind the site?

The Staggered team consists of writers, sub-editors and picture researchers from a number of national newspapers and magazines as well as a host of specialist advice from all sectors of the wedding industry. We’ve got best men, grooms, brides and specialists blogging for us. Read their wedding blogs and nick their best ideas. For good measure we’ve also got some stand-up comedians and a baker. No one knows what we need a baker for.

Dude, people be talking us up n shit:

  • “Grooms-to-be shouldn’t get married without checking out this brilliant resource first.” Web User Magazine (they gave us 4 Throwing Stars Out of a Possible Five!)
  • “If you’re getting married, this is the only site you’ll need.” www.pocket-lint.com
  • “Essential reading for all you grooms!” www.courtenaysblog.com
  • “I love it because there is finally somewhere for blokes to go to get practical, yet lighthearted advice on the whole process that is getting married.” – www.today-reviews.com
  • “The UK’s most read men’s wedding blog” – Brenda Della Casa
  • “Expert advice for grooms” – Brides Magazine [to be fair I think we wrote that]
  • “Dedicated to helping grooms, best men and fathers-of-the-bride cope…” – Taragana
  • “Gives men down-to-earth advice and information about everything wedding and marriage related” Fat Free Fitness
  • “The site provides some friendly advice on what to do from how to get engaged through to the ideal honeymoon location.” What’s Good On The Web
  • “You know when you’ve just got out of a refreshing evening shower and as you step into your room, your glistening skin reflects the moonlight and you pause for a moment and wonder what happened to your curtains – Staggered is like that” – [I think we might have written that too :)] Edinburgh Brides Wedding Guide
  • “I am Staggered is a great blog for grooms-to-be and I wouldn’t be surprised if in 5 years instead of programmes like Bridezillas we’ll be watching Groomzillas.” Rock My Wedding
  • Advice for the men in your life {husband, ushers, father} on whether to buy or rent a suit for your big day thanks to the lovely boys over at I Am Staggered” Before the Big Day
  • “This site offers great tips strictly for men including how to write the perfect speech, how to solve that sunburn emergency when you wake up on your lawn after the bachelor party, and tons more. There are contests to win free champagne and other goodies and you can talk to real live husbands who have lived through their wedding planning instead of your best man who is constantly telling you to run away. Check it out!” Designer Stationery

Contact Us

Ahhhh readers. Even the smell of you is delicious and, for legal reasons, let’s not go into what the tickle of your eyes running over our humble words does. Let’s just say that we love our readers and as the UK’s leading online magazine for blokes we will do anything (ANYTHING *NUDGE* *NUDGE*) to keep you happy.

So, if you’ve exhausted all our resources and still need help, then get in touch. You can reach us by railway, you can reach us by trail way, you can reach us by airplane, you can reach us with your mind*. But having said all that it might be easier to email us: staggered@chillisauce.co.uk

*You can’t reach us with your mind but you can email us.

And that’s it. Welcome. Get a brew and make yourself at home.

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