By Samuel Horstman
They often say that a wedding is the happiest day for the bride, but what about the groom? Planning the big day is a task that is often appointed to the bride to be, leaving the groom in the shadows until it’s time to say those two words. From color schemes, floral arrangements, the theme and the reception, it seems that a groom rarely gets a say in his special day.
Planning a wedding isn’t something men want to sit around and plan but when it comes down to the big picture, we do not want to feel uncomfortable in front of friends and family when the time comes to say “I Do.” Now ladies, I am not saying we completely want to take over all of the planning but when it comes to our part in the wedding, I think we are more than capable to manage it (just don’t let us get out of hand). Planning a wedding together not only minimizes stress but everyone will have fun in the end.
Here are some simple steps the groom can “man up” their part in the wedding without overshadowing what the bride has in place.