I love hearing stories about grooms that are wholeheartedly involved in the wedding planning. They attend the vendor appointments, pick out wedding colors, choose the music, taste the cake, etc. It's really nice to see such collaboration between the bride and groom.
This is part of the Digital Marketing Insights series -- featuring tips, analysis and recommendations from marketing experts on how to become successful online. With more options for brides and grooms to plan their wedding than ever before, it is no wonder why weddings are becoming one of the fastest growing markets these days.
Planning a wedding was always a very traditional affair, orchestrated mainly by the bride-to-be and her female supporters. While the bride still takes the lead in 59% of cases, according to a survey by You & Your Wedding, more than a third (36%) of weddings are now planned jointly by both bride and groom.
Maybe we're biased, but 2017 wedding trends may just be our favorite ever! From table decor to hair and makeup, there's plenty of beauty going on this year, but we want to focus on one wedding aspect in particular: groom style!
As if wedding planning weren't stressful enough, clashes with your fiancé can heighten the anxiety. You scoured the internet to find the perfect vendor for your flowers and he doesn't like any of their designs. Or maybe he's introducing elements into the wedding plan that just don't fit.