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5 Clever Tricks To Get Your Groom Involved In The Planning Process

Planning a wedding is a huge task - there is absolutely no reason you should have to do it all by yourself! Your mom, mother-in-law, maid of honor, bridesmaids, and/or other female friends can be hugely helpful, but don't leave out another equally valuable asset: your fiancé. The team at WhereBridesGo.com is here to help you out with some of these brilliant ideas for getting your groom involved.


5 Clever Tricks To Get Your Groom Involved In The Planning Process

1.  Ask His Opinion.
Your big days is just as much about the groom as it is about you - he should get to have equal say in the planning process. Not only that, but people are more apt to help out with something that they feel like they have some control over. If your groom feels like his opinion is valued and appreciated, he will be more invested and more likely to step up and take on some extra responsibilities.

2.  Give Him Tasks He Wants To Do.
Nothing inspires procrastination more than being assigned a job you don't want…

Are You THAT Wedding Guest?

We've all been to a wedding where at least one or two of the guests got a little out of line. Whether you're in the bridal party or there as a guest, dealing with difficult guests can be incredibly frustrating. If you're going to a wedding, you'll probably try to be on your best behavior - but what if you commit one of these classic wedding guest faux pas without even trying to? 

The team at WhereBridesGo.com has compiled a quick list of some of the most common (and annoying) wedding guest faux pas. Don't get caught doing one of these!


1.  Not Controlling Your Children
Misbehaving children can ruin an event faster than almost anything else. As a result, it's not uncommon for brides and grooms to ask that children not attend the ceremony or reception. If you have kids that will be coming with you to the wedding (and they should only be coming with you if they were specifically invited), make sure you keep them on their best behavior.

2.  Crowding The Dressing Room
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10 Beautiful, Romantic, and Inspirational Quotes To Jazz Up Your Wedding Ceremony

When it comes to your wedding ceremony, anything goes! You can design your ceremony to be anything you want it to be. Some couples choose to keep their ceremonies very traditional, but an increasing number of brides and grooms are opting for unique ceremonies that reflect their personalities and lifestyles. 

No matter what type of wedding ceremony you choose, sprinkling some romantic quotes or insightful little words of wisdom throughout the ceremony can be a great way to make the event more memorable. Couples who decide to write their own vows also frequently use quotes as inspirational springboards from which to write the rest of their vows, or they may include a few quotes to help round out their completed vows.


No matter what your purposes, romantic quotes are always a beautiful addition to any wedding ceremony. If you're looking for some quote inspiration, you've come to the right place! In this blog post, the team at WhereBridesgo.com compiled a list of some of our favorit…