Get your groom involved | Columbus Grooms
He did it! He popped the question and you of course said yes! How could you say no to a rock that size? You’ve been waiting all your life to plan your wedding and you know just what you are going to do. A wedding is a special moment in a couple’s life, so it should be exactly what each of them want. For some brides, the groom can be conspicuously absent from all of the planning activities for this very big day. Besides choosing his groomsmen and their tuxedos, here are a few things that he can do to stay involved in your wedding.
Have him arrange the transportation for the day of the wedding.
Let him go out and find the biggest best limo he can. He will find the limo that has all the coolest features that reflect his style as a groom. He might choose a hummer stretch limo with the neon lighting, and booming sound system so you and your bridal party can party it up! He might choose the Rolls Royce for just the two of you to ride in style to your reception.
Let the groom handle the booze.
Is your man a Bond fan? He might like your signature drink to be a dirty martini, shaken not stirred. Maybe he is more of a beer guy, let him pick the draft you’ll serve.
If you want to get extra fancy, you might even have a celebrity mixologist.
Let him put his own personal style into the toast as well. He may want to put bottles of Dom on the table, or he may like to have the champagne served with a white glove to each guest. Whatever his choice it will definitely be a hit.
Get him involved in the entertainment
If your guy has moves like jagger, have him find a DJ to work with. He can craft the playlist for your night to ensure your guests don’t leave the dance floor. Perhaps he is more of a big band fan, he can track down the most talented jazz band to add a touch of class during dinner and dancing. Don’t forget picking out your first dance song, you should do that together. Other entertainment ideas he can coordinate would be a photo booth, a performance, or dance floor props.
Gifts for your bridal party don’t have to be the traditional monogrammed items you’ll find in a Things Remembered catalog. Personalize them! Maybe your husband-to-be plays golf with his groomsmen, get them some cool tees, or treat them to a round the morning of the big day. If his style is more along the lines of beer steins to use at the reception, check these out. Whatever it may be, put some thought into it.
Have some other ideas of how you got your groom involved in the wedding plans? Comment below and let me know!