With the big day next month, England’s Prince William and his fiancée Kate Middleton dropped by Westminister Abbey, the site of their wedding, along with father-of-the-groom Prince Charles.  According to People, the trio was there to sort out musical arrangements.  “The orchestra also had a few pieces that they had wanted the bride and groom to hear,” a royal source said.  The source added that the couple seemed themselves while making sure all the details were perfect for the big day.

What are some ways to keep your spouse involved in wedding planning?

Cupid’s Advice:

Sometimes only one half a  couple takes the reigns on wedding planning and can end up feeling left out.  Cupid thought of some ways to involve your spouse:

1. Give him or her an assigned task: As simple as it sounds, giving your partner one job at a time even if you’re doing the majority of the planning is an easy way to keep them feeling productive.

2. Ask for advice: Even if you have a decision made in your head, just ask your spouse for his or her opinion anyway.  Show him that you value his thoughts.

3. Talk about it: Whether or not you give your future spouse a task is up to you, but no matter what you do, tell them all about the wedding plans.  It wouldn’t be good  if your partner was unprepared for something and got upset on what’s supposed to be the most memorable day of his or her life.