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Wedding Planning For The Groom

It is no secret that when it comes to wedding planning, the main share of the tasks seem to fall to the bride.

That is why TV shows such as Don’t Tell The Bride have become so popular.

Men are not always the best at planning for things, particularly if it comes to creative or expressive decisions.

However, that doesn’t mean that they can’t do anything.

In fact, seeing as your wedding day is about the both of you, then it makes sense to include them as much as you can.

To help with this we have put together our wedding planning guide for the groom.

The gift list

Who doesn’t love putting together a list of pressies?

Why not put your hubby to be in charge of making a gift list?

They can think about things that you need as well as the best places to have a list.

Something that they are likely to enjoy doing.

The honeymoon

Now, this can be a big thing to trust your hubby to be with, however, seeing as they are likely to have the similar idea of a great holiday to you, it makes sense that they take charge of researching where to go and planning for it too.

The drink options

If you have a man who enjoy something more than just a beer, then it makes sense that they look at the different options that are open to you both when it comes to drinks.

You could even take this one step further and get them to create a special wedding day cocktail that you, and all your guests can enjoy!

The suits

This one is pretty obvious, however, there are still some brides out there that don’t trust their husband to be with their own suits.

This really should be down to the groom and his groomsmen.

Sure, you should be worried if they decide to go for something slightly off the wall, but in the most part you are likely to find that they are all going to want to look great, so will opt for something stylish anyway.

Anything he shouldn’t do?

Whilst there are some great tasks that you can get your groom to do, there are some that he really should stay away from.

Of course, the main one has to be the dress, however the flowers are another thing that shouldn’t feature on his to do list.

Of course, not every groom is the same and there are those that are going to be more than happy to try and help as much as they can.

If you are lucky enough to have a hands on hubby to be, then get on board with this.

Assign them some tasks for them to do, as well as include him on all the major decisions together, else he could end up feeling slightly left out of his own wedding day.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough
info@stephen-coleclough.co.uk

Stephen Coleclough is one of the UK's premier wedding DJs and the winner of multiple industry awards and accolades. His favourite wedding song? Love Shack of course - a guaranteed floor filler! You can find him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/colecloughdj.

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