Kevin Jonas and his fiancée, Danielle Deleasa, are planning a winter 2009 or early 2010 wedding, according to Kevin's brother Nick, but the groom has a weighty question on his mind: Nick or Joe for best man? "We've talked about it a little bit," Nick told ABC News radio on Monday. "He's working it all out, but we'll see what happens."
The eldest Jonas and his lady friend of several years got engaged last month, and it doesn't look like they're planning one of those oh-so-fashionable endless engagements. (Probably because purity rings actually burst into flames if you wear them too long. It's true. We know about these things.) "They have not set a date yet, but I think that it'll be sometime around the end of the year, beginning of the year," said 16-year-old amateur wedding planner Nick. Watch: The Long Hard Road To The Altar
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While there's certainly a lot of planning to cram into the fall months, one of Kevin's biggest decisions (after "cummerbund, vest or suspenders?", commonly known as The Devil's Quandary) will be which of his bandmate brothers will stand up for him and make the first toast at the reception. 8 Tips For Giving A Top-Notch Wedding Toast
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We propose some sort of test of skills for his pool of potential best men, which of course has to include the bonus Jonas, younger brother Frankie, and possibly some dark horses, if in fact Kevin has friends with whom he doesn't share most of his DNA. Suggested tasks: an obstacle course, a crucible of flatiron dexterity, a minimum strength requirement for the lifting of chairs (really only essential for weddings involving the hora, but also useful in the event of unforeseen furniture catastrophes), and a written exam that covers the bachelor party, the toast, and what to do when you lose the rings. Bonus points for incorporating parody "Love Bug" lyrics into any or all of the above.
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