1. If you just got engaged, let him assist you in spreading the wonderful news. Split up the list so he can call his family and friends.
2. If your groom has great negotiating skills, ask him to work out prices with your vendors. You never know what extras he may get added onto your packages.
3. Is he into food? Let him decide the menu, advises Judith Sherven and Jim Sniechowski, authors of "The Smart Couple's Guide to the Wedding of Your Dreams." And even if he's not a professional, make sure he's with you when taste-sampling with the caterers.
4. Let your groom choose the transportation for the Big Day.
5. Whenever you're updating wedding things, get his input. As your wedding day gets closer, your groom will become more involved with the details-- and that's how it should be.
For more tips on getting your groom involved, check out How to Get Your Groom Involved (In the Planning!)
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