Cupid's Pulse Article: Shawn Johnson Reveals Celebrity Wedding Date and Dress DetailsCupid's Pulse Article: Shawn Johnson Reveals Celebrity Wedding Date and Dress Details

By Kyanah Murphy

It looks like we’ve got a celebrity wedding on the way, and finally not a secret one! revealed the latest celebrity news around celebrity couple Shawn Johnson and Andrew East; their celebrity wedding in Nashville is five months away in April 2016! Not only that, but Johnson is having her wedding dress completely custom made by a Nashville-based designer and plans on honeymooning in Italy. It sounds like an amazing adventure planned for this celebrity duo.

This celebrity wedding planning is well under way! What are some ways to involve your partner in plans for your big day?

Cupid’s Advice:

Celebrity wedding or not, we’ve all heard that the wedding day is the bride’s day. We should remember, though, that it takes two to marry. Make sure to include your partner in your planning! To help, Cupid is here to give you some ideas:

1. Have your partner help you create your wedding playlist: Sharing a mix of music is a great way to share with your friends and family (as well as each other) songs you like and songs that you would dedicate to your partner at your wedding. Yes – bring on the cheesiness! If you’re having live music, have your partner involved in selecting the set list.

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2. Have your partner in charge of something they’re good at: Whether it’s being a superstar at money management, carpentry, writing, design, or what have you, put your partner in their element when planning your wedding. That way you’ll save money, your partner will be involved, and you’ll get something lovely out of their skills.

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3. Get your partner’s input: Always remember to get your partner’s input – it’s their day, too, after all. Make sure your partner goes with you food tasting, wine tasting, color choices, wedding theme, etc. If there’s something you don’t agree on, this gives you the chance to compromise.

How did you include your partner in your wedding planning? Comment below!