That said, let us start with the basics.
"Meeting the Dad"
If I could pass on THEE most important thing you can advise your groom (potential groom, virtual groom, etc) to do when first meeting the "Dad"; it would be to:
You would think this stuff would be taught in boy's 5th grade gym class, but I can't tell you how terrible it is to have your daughter introduce you to (insert rodent's name here) and have the ingrate look as his shoes, stuff his hands in his pockets and turn away!
Its easy, its simple, and it keeps the dad from glancing around the room looking for an available baseball bat!
(deep breath, check pulse, regulate blood pressure...)
I know it is archaic, ancient, demeaning, sexist, etc, etc, etc.
BUT IT IS SO IMPORTANT TO THE DAD!
The Dad knows he doesn't have to be asked.
The Dad knows he doesn't have a choice,
(Face it, he probably is or was married at some time in his life. Nuff said)
The Dad knows that once this "wedding" ball gets rolling, nobody is going to ask him anything else.
I have to admit that I lectured for at least 90 minutes, but...I knew it was my last shot for a long time.