6 Grooms Wedding Etiquette Mistakes During The Planning

Grooms wedding etiquette mistakes are sometimes unavoidable. Wedding planning demands huge funds, lots of time and endless energy. So, it’s no wonder you overlook some of the finer details. But, how do you make sure he creates a near perfect day without everything turning into chaos?

Hold on a minute though… Wouldn’t it be an extra special experience if you worked together? By working together, you’ll understand each other and appreciate each other more. On top of that, you can help each other. So, here are a few sites and links to sidestep any of the grooms wedding etiquette mistakes.  Here we go…

1. The groom’s traditional duties during the wedding planning

First, your partner, the groom, has amazing things he can do for the wedding. Remember, he already popped the question and asked if you would marry him. And you said, “Yes.” So, let the fun begin. Also, are you thinking his mother told him, “Son, you only have one job. Just show up on time and tell your bride how beautiful she looks.” Well, we both know that’s not true. Want to find out why? Read the traditional list of groom’s tasks and modern adaptations at http://emilypost.com/advice/the-grooms-traditional-duties/

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2. Important wedding and honeymoon funds

Who knows… perhaps your groom’s mind is working overtime about the funds.  He may have his own agenda. What if he wants to blow the wedding and honeymoon fund by lavishly spending it? To avoid any issues, be on the same page and use a financial plan checker or calculator in the planning process. This will save any nasty surprises. Also, turns a stressful time into something you can both control. If that doesn’t work, you take charge of the money and let him take care of the other things you haven’t got time for.

3. Necessary pre-partying fun and stag night

Additionally, one of his biggest desires surely is to prove his love for you, with all eyes watching. I’m sure you’re with me on this one, right? Nevertheless, with all the pre-partying fun and stag night, he could easily forget important things on the agenda. So, give him a gentle nudge. Get his focus back on track and remind him to use the wedding planning checklist.

4. Spur-of-the-moment fights

This is a biggie. Keep each other in the loop and avoid any unnecessary stress or unplanned fights. Let him feel included and part of the wedding planning process. It’s been around for centuries. And countless men over the years marry their darlings. He’s not the first one to jump the broom and plunge into married life. And he won’t be the last either. So, see part two of his wedding planning checklist below.

5. Take the plunge and create a special wedding day

Ultimately, the to-do-list will crush any grooms wedding etiquette planning mistakes. These amazing point by point tips are vital. Above all, use them to arrange your big day. He can also pop over to the www.theplunge.com for help. Important stuff such as the groom’s tasks, location, registration of your marriage and the honeymoon, plus lots of advice are available at ‘The Plunge’.

6. Curb negative wedding planning thoughts

Let’s be honest, wedding planning comes with massive stress, commitment and responsibilities. Making a lot of decisions might produce anxiety, unless he makes wise choices. One of the best ways to reduce the planning chore burdens is to share the duties. So, tease out his passion for preparing for your delightful day with tips from https://weddingplanner.co.uk.

Did you find the above sites and links thought-provoking reading? Then read “7 Things That Scare Your Groom About Wedding Planning”.

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About Clover: Hi, I'm Clover Jean, a wedding & family celebrant, singer and entertainer. I love life, laughter and having a good time. I’m a sucker for great relationships. And I adore weddings, too. They’re happy, fun-filled times, which unite your family, children and friends. Find out more about me. Get in touch by e-mail, like and share my Facebook page and sign-up to my newsletters. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

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