As a groom that time, I felt that the make-up of my wife is very important. In addition, the wedding gowns she chose, the shoes she was wearing, her bridal hairstyle, her hair accessory were important factors to how both of us look on the aisle during march in.
It is not to say because I wanted to look good and that is why she had to look good.
It should be the other way: Because my wife looked pretty, that is why I looked smart.
As a groom, I felt that we had to play our part in not just being physically there, but also assuring and giving opinions how our brides looked in different make-up and hairstyle.
Emotionally supporting your wife is very important too.
Alot of times, just mere mentioning that “You do look pretty in this” or “You looked better in that” makes the bridal experience more pleasant.
I remembered I had an email from a bride who asked for my opinion if she should forgo the gown her family members disallowed her to wear. However, it was the same gown her husband chose and that was why she was caught in between.
As much as she wanted to go along with her family’s decision, she also wanted to wear something her husband had personally chose for her.
I applauded her for the effort in respecting her husband’s choice and it was not a simple choice to be made.
During such times, what you can do is to not feel caught in between is:
1. Thank your husband for even being there during the gown selection.
2. Expalin to her your situation, tell him how you are feeling and you may feel caught in between.
3. Tell him you really would like to wear what he chose.
4. As a couple, explain to the family about the two choices of the gowns.
5. Inform your family that you AND your husband will need to discuss at home and will inform them again of your decision.
Do you realise that the decision is always made in pair? This is the difference. In pair, you are stronger and it is a start to build a strong foundation in your relationship.
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