They always say that a wedding day is the most awaited day of every woman’s life. That’s why grooms try their best to realize their brides’ dream wedding. I think of weddings otherwise. I think weddings are especially important for both the bride and the groom.
To make the wedding memorable as well for your husband-to-be, here are 3 tips:
When you start making the wedding plans, ask him what he likes to happen on that day. Having a wedding you both put together would be romantically memorable. If his ideas won’t meet yours, try meeting half-way. Like having a gadget-themed engagement party that he likes and a garden wedding that you wanted.
Ask him where he likes to have his attire done. At times, with so many things going on, we (the bride) tend to direct everyone, including our husbands-to-be. Asking him where he likes to have his stuff bought or made would make him feel more comfortable with the process.
Ask his opinions about your wedding checklist. You might even surprise yourself that he got an idea or two. In fact, you will have better ideas when you brainstorm not just with your maid-of-honor and wedding planner, but with your husband as well.
Putting up a wedding is always thought of to be the bride’s responsibility and the groom for the finances. But letting your groom help with the planning will not just make the two of you closer, your fiancé would surely think he has made the right choice.