Let’s face it; wedding planning can be very one-sided. In most cases, the bride will take it upon herself to do most of the planning and taking care of the final details. The groom might be given some dedicated tasks to complete, but a huge part of the planning will come down to the bride.
But that doesn’t mean that there won’t be tasks you get to do together. Take a look at some of the most enjoyable wedding planning tasks to do as a couple to help you prepare for your special day.
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Choosing a wedding venue is absolutely something you should do together. You need to find a place that appeals to the both of you and offers everything you need. From the capacity to the locations for your wedding photos, you’ll have a lot of factors to consider. Going to see venues together can be fun, especially if you make a day out of it. Try to spend as much time as you can there – have a drink or lunch if you want to, so that you can soak up the atmosphere and decide if a wedding venue is the right choice for you as a couple.
We all love to bond over food, and food tasting for your wedding breakfast is one of the most exciting elements. Sampling dishes together is one of the most relaxing elements of wedding planning, and will give you the chance to enjoy the meal twice! There are a couple of ideas you can try to help you choose your wedding food that will help you narrow down something that can be a tough decision!
While the proposal can be a very one-sided ring shopping trip, you’ll both get to choose your dream ring for your wedding day, and the rest of your lives. Choosing wedding rings can make a fun day out, as jewellers will likely spoil you with fizz, while letting you enjoy spending time trying on rings together. Some couples choose matching rings, others go for ones that are completely different. Whatever you choose, make sure you make the most of ring shopping together.
Choosing the music
Music is a big deal at a wedding. From providing entertainment during the day to helping to fill up the dance floor in the evening, the music you choose can have a big impact on your day. Many couples like to check out bands or DJs together to help them find a good fit. Take a break from the stress of wedding planning to go enjoy a night or two of music together.
Wedding planning can drive you crazy, so it’s important to find ways to stay sane. Those moments that you can share as a couple will ease the burden on one person, making it easier for you to make those decisions ready for your perfect day. Make the most of those planning moments you can share to make this time even more special.