This is the groom that has an opinion on everything and needs to be heard. From the flowers to the dress-fitting he has input to give on everything. Dealing with a groom like this can become taxing on your relationship and your wedding planning,especially if you have a long engagement.
Solution: Candidly discuss any difficulties you are having with you groom. Decide to split responsibilities and agree to let your partner decide on some aspects of planning without you. Understand that you will need to compromise or at the very least hear your partner out when they share their opinion. Don’t let any aspect of wedding planning turn into an argument. Be direct and honest without involving family and friends as intermediaries.
You’ve been invited! You’re about to attend a wedding, and whether it’s your first or fifteenth, it is an immensely important day for the bride and groom and their family. Here are some ground rules, you can follow to make sure you make their big day even more special and memorable.
Is he about to get down on one knee and ask you the big question? Here are our seven clues to look out for:
1. You’ve had all the major discussions about life and you’ve survived. Whether or not you see eye to eye, you’ve honestly talked about finances, goals, children and dreams with you partner and know how much compromise it will take to make everything happen.