“Men are taking over weddings — scrutinizing seating charts, agonizing over color schemes, and vetoing bridal gowns. Move over, Bridezilla … Groomzilla has just arrived.”
Now that more people are waiting until they are in their thirties or older to get married, grooms have established more of a presence in the wedding planing process. Mature men know develop a preference and taste and want a say in the planning of their big day. I think that it is a really modern concept but definitely positive, men should have a say too.
Men have developed such a presence that a new website, The Groom’s List, a site entirely devoted to wedding planning for the groom has surfaced and is increasing in popularity.
But while some male involvement can be very beneficial in wedding planning, are some men getting too involved in it? This post by MSN Lifestyle introduces “groomzillas,” men who have gotten just as, if not even more, crazy in all the pre-wedding as their brides-to-be.
What do you think of wedding planning for grooms? Do you think men should have a say, or just be told when to show up?