Post # 1
I know it is rare, but I have a very involved groom..and I love it. However, everything seems to be geared towards the bride. Can anyone think of anything that should be done by the groom?
For example, I know that the groom should begin looking for a tux anywhere between 3 to 6 months before the wedding… but what else?
Post # 2
- Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club
I have a groomzilla! Lol He is super involved which I love, but he is more of a pain than I am as the bride, so when he does act like a groomzilla I call him a princess
We have pretty much used the smae checklist together. We looked at venues together, met with vendors together, went to bridal shows together. We have a shared Pinterest board for the wedding. So my checklist is more like OUR checklist.
However, if he is not interested in all of the planning, you could ask him to do honeymoon research and pricing, or to look into your favor options.
Post # 3
There aren’t any specific things to do that are just for the groom, but any part of the wedding planning he has an interest in he should be a part of. My Fiance and I have done almost all the wedding planning as a team effort rather than splitting up jobs and putting either one of us solely in charge of different things. He comes to vendor meetings with me, helped pick out the invitations, helps with the DIY projects, basically we just do it all together. It’s been really great in making wedding planning not really stressful at all.
I did put him in charge of picking the alcohol, but that’s because I don’t really drink beer and he’s a total beer snob so it only makes sense to have him in charge of that!
Post # 4