(Closed) “Just don’t get drunk”

posted 10 years ago in Grooms/men
  • poll: How involved should the groom be in the wedding planning process?

    Not at all... "you don't even know which fork to use"

    Only when asked... "ok monkey... you can talk now"

    An equal amount... "don't tip the scale"

    Groomzilla.... "Show up with a playbook in hand"

  • Post # 47
    Member
    5147 posts
    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: June 2011

    As much as he wants to be. (I didn’t vote because that wasn’t an option.) It’s his day too, he should have equal say if he wants it.

    Post # 48
    Member
    157 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: April 2011

    I always thought I was going to be the one planning the wedding, until I told my fiance that I purchased the dress for my maid of honor (my sister). He was very upset that I didn’t even ask his opinion. At first I was shocked and annoyed, as I was sure of my choice, but then I realized that this wedding is just as much mine as it is his and we have been making most decisions together ever since. I love it!!! We sometimes disagree, but usually come to a conclusion that works for the both of us. My family thought it was the weirdest thing to have him included so much in the wedding planning. However, it was up to me to make sure that my family understand that his opinion will matter just as much or rather more than theirs. So my advice is talk to Miss Coffee. Once she realizes that this has become an issue for you, she will help take care of the rest of the family. And if she already told you that she is ready to go against what they have to say because she wants you to be involved, than don’t even think about it. They will learn to cope with your input 🙂 Btw. I think that man very often see things that we miss. She will be lucky to have your opinion.

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