Ladies, here’s your go-to cheat sheet to decipher what your husband-to-be is really saying about your wedding planning. You’re welcome!
What he says: “Yes, of course I am listening to you!”
What he really means: Nope, sorry – tuned out when you got to ribbon swatches.
What he says: “You’re not going to get a Jordan-style dress and weird tight ringlets are you?”
What he really means: Hey, I want to recognise the gorgeous girl I proposed to when we get married – don’t turn up looking like a stranger, please!
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What he says: “I think the middle one is the best.”
What he really means: Err, am I missing something? All of these invites look exactly the same!
What he says: “Tonight I want to take my wife-to-be out for a romantic meal.”
What he really means: Woohoo – a whole couple of hours away from the planning spreadsheet! And quality time with my hot fiancée of course...
What he says: “I’m a bit nervous about doing my speech.”
What he really means: I am terrified. I have been having anxiety dreams about it for the past month and the thought of it brings me out into a cold sweat as I want to get it just right for you. Argh!
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What he says: “You have amazing taste, you choose.”
What he really means: I can’t even pretend to be interested in what kind of shoes our pageboy wears, sorry!
What he says: “I’ll just pop out and do the weekly shop, so you can have some fun girlie time with your bridesmaids.”
What he really means: Woah, I love you and everything, but you are turning a bit Bridezilla, I’m off to the pub (and Tesco too, I promise).
What he says: “Give me a job list and I’ll get cracking.”
What he really means: Sadly I’m not a mind reader, so just tell me what to do and I’ll do it. I want to help but don’t want to let you down – you are so good at this wedding planning malarkey!
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What he says: “Can we have Eye of the Tiger as our first dance please?”
What he really means: Can we have Eye of the Tiger as our first dance please?
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