As a wedding florist the scene with "there are no blue roses!" made me shed a tear. This is wedding comedy at its best.
But as funny as it is, it does have an underlying theme: keep your inner Bridezilla in check! Your fiance will appreciate it.
I've held consultations where grooms stare into space, no doubt reliving a hilarious episode of the Simpsons! I've also met some very hands on and opinionated grooms.
This usuallly results with the bride-to-be giving her fiance"the look" when he protests the giant pink flower pinned to his lapel.
If your fiance wants to be involved you should encourage this behavior. It's not just your wedding no matter what wedding industry experts say. After the big party there is a marriage with compromise and challenges.
With all the talk of making marriage a partnership shouldn't you make the wedding one too?
With all the pressure and stress of planning, wouldn't it be nice to have a person to discuss your wedding stress with, rather than someone who ducks and covers every time the "W" word reaches your lips?
Ask your fiance for help before you boil over.
If you don't know how to get him involved, this article can help. and the Knot.com offers advise from real grooms dealing with planning stress and Bridezillas.
I am a firm believer that most Bridezillas were once normal, sweet girls and will probably return to their normal selves once the wedding is over. So hang in there guys and remember "We" is the first part of "Wedding."