San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 09, 2013
Brides have been saddled with the responsibilities of wedding planning for generations. However, these days grooms are beginning to become more involved in the wedding planning process. On June 5th, 2013, TheHuffingtonPost.com published a few tips for grooms interested in helping with wedding plans, and Do the Bride a Favor is announcing its own list of tips.
1. Be Clear from the Start
It’s important to remember that things must be abundantly clear from the beginning. If a groom wants to help with the wedding planning, he must first express his desire to help to the bride and the event planner, if one is hired. The groom should pick the elements he wants to tackle, and come to an agreement with the bride before any planning is set in motion.
2. Check In
Weddings can take months to plan. To keep the bride and event planner informed, create a mutually agreed-upon schedule for checking in. This can be weekly, monthly, or daily, depending on the amount of planning the groom takes on. Have the groom write these dates down in a calendar, along with tasks that need to be completed by those dates. Putting reminders in a phone or computer program is helpful as well.
3. It’s All in the Details
Remember that many weddings feature specific details that make the wedding original and interesting. Sites such as Pinterest have wonderful ideas that can be incorporated into a wedding or reception. If the groom has decided to purchase personalized bridal chocolates, small details such as attaching a monogrammed label to the package or mixing chocolate and wrapped candies make a huge impression.
While a groom’s role in a wedding may be changing, one fact remains the same: wedding planning is a big endeavor. Being clear, timely, and paying attention to detail are keys to successful wedding planning.
Do the Bride a Favor gives tips to grooms looking to be involved in the planning of their wedding. These tips include being clear about the allocation of tasks, following up, and incorporating personal details into the event.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor is a website that offers brides and party planners fresh ideas for candy favors, gifts, and party planning. DtBaF strives to bring inspiration and originality to every event.