INVOLVE YOUR PARNER
Being able to involve your partner, can make planning your wedding a lot less stressful. Unless you are marrying yourself, at least two of you are very likely getting married. While it is easy for one partner to take the lead in planning a wedding, planning your wedding solo can be stressful. In fact, this is the number one complaint in most wedding forums!
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Why is it important to involve your partner in wedding planning?
Involving your partner in wedding planning is essential because it allows you to make decisions together and ensures that both of your opinions are considered. It also helps to create a sense of unity and collaboration between you, which is essential for a successful marriage. Besides, it can help reduce stress and make planning more enjoyable, which can't be a bad thing!
What are the risks of not involving your partner?
The risks of not involving your partner in planning your wedding are that they may feel left out or unimportant, leading to resentment and conflict. Additionally, suppose your partner is not involved they may need to be made aware of the details and decisions that have been made without them. On the day this can lead to stress and misunderstandings. Finally, suppose your partner is not involved in the planning process. In that case, they may need more time to provide valuable input and ideas to help make the wedding more special and memorable.
Involve your partner in wedding planning
- Ask your partner for their opinion on the wedding venue, theme, and decorations.
- Invite your partner to join you when you go to visit potential venues.
- Ask your partner to help you create a budget and stick to it.
- Ask your partner to help you choose the menu for the reception.
- Ask your partner to help you pick out the wedding invitations.
- Ask your partner to help you choose the music for the ceremony and reception.
- Ask your partner to help you pick out the bridesmaids' dresses and groomsmen's suits.
- Ask your partner to help you choose the flowers for the ceremony and reception.
- Ask your partner to help you choose the photographer and videographer.
- Ask your partner to help you create a timeline for the wedding day.
For plenty of other great ideas on how to get your partner excited about being involved, check out this great article on HITCHED
Who else should you involve?
In addition to your partner, you may also choose to involve your family and friends in the wedding planning process. This will help ensure that everyone is on the same page and that all of their opinions and ideas are considered. Additionally, involving your family and friends can help to make the planning process more enjoyable and can help to reduce stress.
What is the risk of involving other people?
The risks of involving other people in the wedding planning process can lead to disagreements and conflicts between different parties. Additionally, it can be challenging to please everyone, and there is a risk that some people may not be happy with the final decisions. Finally, involving too many people can lead to confusion and make the planning process more complicated and time-consuming. Involving others in planning your wedding, can go both ways. So be careful whose input you invite, and remember its your day!
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