Post # 17
-finalizing the ceremony (I did first draft, he and his Brother-In-Law are editing it, Brother-In-Law is our officiant)
– picking the mother/son dance song
– and building our ceremony backdrop
I don’t feel like I’m asking for much, but its like pulling teeth to get him to get this stuff done. He did take a day off work today to build our ribbon wall/backdrop.
Post # 19
Buying his own attire.
Writing his own vows.
Getting his own friends/family’s addresses.
Post # 20
Get a tux. Put it on. Show up.
Post # 22
@kateisstoned: He’s actually been pretty involved:
– designing and printing all of our stationery
– guys attire
– his friends/family friends/family addresses
– arranging transportation
– the entire honeymoon
– help select ceremony music
– getting the alcohol
– arrangements for the gift opening the day after
– dealing with his parents
Post # 24
- Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas
He asked to have the duty of picking the music and dealing with the DJ.
Other than that…he wrangled all of him Groomsmen together months ago (before he moved to america) to pick their suits, and he has to show up sober to our ceremony on the day. We will be in Vegas, he won’t have seen his friends for months, and we have a nighttime ceremony so that kinda stresses me out.
Post # 25
Nothing Lazy bum…. Actually, he’s been in charge of bankrolling a good deal of it, in spite of the fact that he’d ratehr just elope. That’s sort of how we’re handling things. 🙂
Crazy guy doesn’t even want to help plan the honeymoon! He gets stressed out and shuts down #wtfisupman
Post # 26
He’ll be in charge of all the bachlor party related things [along with his gromsmen], I don’t really want anything to do with it.
He’ll also be helping us decorate the day before. [he’ll be hanging the organza & chadaliers on the ceiling.
Otherwise, he just needs to show up!
There have been other aspects that we have worked on together, such as the theme, colors & honeymoon, but he wasn’t responsible for them 100%.
Post # 27
My groom is helping a lot, especially with things that are special. We are planning our ceremony together with our rabbi, picking music together, picking food together.
His most important job is to give anyone a hard time when they don’t get back to me 🙂 One time I emailed and called my venue three times over two weeks and didn’t hear back, so he called them and they got right back to us! Funny how getting another person involved can accompish that. So from now on if anyone gives me problems he’s on it! And that’s what partners should do.
Post # 28
My Fiance is doing all the flower design (lol)
These are his main things but he is involved in every aspect.
Post # 29
He doesn’t have duties…we’re planning together and we’ll handle most of the decisions together. I’m actually leaning towards hitting up the courthouse as this point, but he’s resisting that!
Post # 30
My groom has planned and organised everything except my dress. we talk over ideas etc but he has been the one who has put the vision into place. Vision is something I struggle with Unless its there i front of me.