Consider his talents
If he’s financially savvy, you may want to think about leaving the wedding budget in his hands. This way, he will be more aware of exactly how much money is going where. If he’s more artsy and creative, you could ask him to design an engagement announcement or a party invitation. This is where you take a look at your strengths and weaknesses and see where your other half can help fill in the gaps to plan an unforgettable wedding.
Drinks at the reception
Most grooms love getting behind the bar and deciding what guests will be drinking. You could even ask him to come up with a few signature drinks to serve at the reception. If you’re having a limited bar, have him choose which type of beer or hard liquor will be presented to the guests.
Give him the job of researching bands or DJs. He can even arrange for the two of you to go out on dates to check out the bands he found. This way, you both can take notes and find the best musical choice for the two of you while still having a blast. He can also be in charge of providing the DJ or band with a list of tunes that you do and don’t want to hear.
If your fiance is a foodie, let him choose the menu. If you want to be sure that his taste is as impeccable as you remembered, you both can go on taste-sampling visits to your caterers.
What guy wouldn’t jump at the chance to test drive cars for his wedding getaway? Exotic car rentals are a hot trend right now, according to Bridal Guide. Couples are renting anything from Hummer stretch limousines to a Bentley or Rolls-Royce.
Out of town guests
If you have many out of town guests coming in for the wedding, have your fiance create a list of sightseeing spots, restaurants, shops, bars, etc. It’s a great way to welcome your guests and help them feel right at home for your wedding.
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