As for smaller traditions that you set, don’t fret! Try making a chore calendar for you and your partner to follow in the beginning. Eventually, you both will get used to each other's habits and which one of you prefers the dishes over the laundry. More importantly, though, you’ll need to learn to just go with it. Your lives will change as the years go by. You’ll become a team and be able to deal with situations like this together.
Throughout your engagement, your friends and family are going to be making a huge fuss over you as the bride. Between the wedding dress, the color palette, and the decorations, people are going to be looking at you because let's face it, the wedding is all about the bride right? Well, no. This is simply just not true.
A wedding is about the bride and groom coming together in love as one. The day is just as important and significant for the groom as it is for the bride. Be sure to make your fiancé feel included in any way you possibly can. Put together a special date night before the big day to relieve wedding planning stresses. Consider putting together a little just because gift to let him know you are thinking of him. Include him in the planning by letting him choose the wedding party gifts, the flavor of the cake, and the guest favors.
Your wedding is about you and your spouse starting a new life together. It doesn’t have to be perfect, and there’s a good chance it won’t be the perfect day either of you want, but it will be beautiful and special and that’s all that you really need.