We did a lot of research and we sincerely feel the pain of every bride to be. YOU NEED AN EVENT PLANNER, the idea of your wedding day should be all that bride want it should be what excite you both remember it’s your day.
- COLLABORATE FROM THE START
Make sure you’re cohesively visualizing your big day by involving your groom from the beginning. Nick Price of recommends event centers, creating a list of “must-haves” and “must-not” for the wedding. This is a great way to intentionally ask for his help, which will make him feel valued while setting realistic expectations as a couple.
- BE OPEN TO HIS INPUT
Ask your groom open-ended questions and listen to his input, In other words, don’t ask him to simply approve something you’ve already decided or to be a “yes man” to your decision making. “If he feels like his opinions have weight and you aren’t just asking so you can say you did ask (but already had your mind made up), he will continue to be involved.
- AGREE TOGETHER ON LIFETIME RELATE THINGS/DECISION
When You are selecting household items that you will share for decades to come, and he should be involved to a certain degree. Even if he insists he doesn’t care, he probably wants to help pick out cool kitchen gadgets or the most luxurious bed sheets and towels etc.
- GIVE HIM COMPLETE CONTROL
Offer him the chance to be completely in control of a part of the day, If he’s a music lover, then tell him to research and review bands or DJ, or pick the majority of the songs. If he’s a foodie, pass the menu planning to him and ask him to keep it a surprise so he takes full control of the task. “Quite often, grooms will be more excited about the element of surprise.
- INVOLVE HIM IN NON RECEPTION AREA If party planning just isn’t his thing, see if he’d be interested in taking over the ceremony (finding an officiant, selecting readings), organizing travel logistics (your getaway car, buses or shuttles for guests), or taking the reins on the honeymoon (hotel accommodation)
- ASK HIM TO BE HANDY
Not all guys are handy, but those who are would probably jump at the chance to build something special for their wedding day. if your groom is on board to create something for the ceremony or reception. It could be as simple as a hand-painted “Just Married” sign
- TAP INTO HIS ORGANIZATION SKILLS
If he’s type-A about staying organized, see if he’ll harness those skills with wedding planning. “If he’s a tech guy, then find a wedding planning app that you can both use to collaborate on your shared responsibilities, “He’s far more likely to stay engaged and excited if you’re speaking his language.” Or, that can translate to sticking to a budget,
- HAVE HIM CREATE A UNIQUE GUEST EXPERIENCE
See if your guy can take one of his passions or interests and turn it into a fun experience for your guests. It not just all about that the lady wants.
- MAKE IT A FRIENDLY COMPETITION
When all else fails, stoke your man’s competitive spirit! He may not be as good about sending the invitations as you are, so challenge him to see who can create a realistic guest list.