Brides may have a lot to complain about when it comes to planning and having a wedding. It’s supposed to be the most magical day of your life but, let’s admit it: it’s more like six to 12 months of the most financial stress you’ll ever go through, losing some friends over wedding-related drama, and fights with your in-laws leading up to one magical day. Just one. Twenty four hours that you put thousands of hours into making happen. So, yes, of course brides can end up with a migraine. But people often overlook what the grooms go through on their end. They have to fulfill certain expectations that they really don’t want to. Here are parts of the wedding that the groom dreads.
Selecting his groomsmen
Men know that other men don’t really enjoy all the pre-wedding activities. Brides are excited to pick their bridesmaids, because they’ll have fun doing the bridal showers and bachelorettes with these ladies. Men, however, feel like they’re just signing some of their best friends up for tasks none of them want to partake in.