While you may find that your groom-to-be has little to no opinion when it comes to the details of wedding planning, there may be one or two things he's secretly hoping you'll splurge on. Whether it's who to add to the guest list or the kind of wedding entertainment you hire, your fiancé's list of things he'd love to have at the wedding might surprise you.
Want to hear some unique ones? Check out what these seven grooms say is the number-one thing they asked to have at their wedding.
1. A Basketball Hoop
"I thought it could be fun to have a basketball hoop at the wedding! Like, somewhere outside where the party will be, but close enough so my guys can have a little fun in between dancing and kicking back shots." —Marty F., 24
2. Whiskey Bar
"It's all about the whiskey bar. That's the number-one thing I want at my wedding, and my bride-to-be said yes, if I help her plan everything else for the wedding and show interest in doing it. So I have been." —Craig G., 32
3. French Fries
"I am a french fry addict. I love eating fries when I'm drunk, and I figure having a french fry bar toward the end of the night is a wicked cool way of everyone getting in a snack before they head home." —Seth I., 27
4. A Couch
"Every wedding I've ever been to has felt so uncomfortable. Like, all I wanted to do at them was find a spot to chill and unwind rather than hang at a table with a bunch of strangers. I asked my fiancée if we could have couches around the venue so that our guests have a more laid-back environment to chill in. She agreed because she felt like it would be a good way to make our wedding feel less stuffy." —Kenny D., 31
5. Delivery Pizza
"I put up a fight about this, but the only thing I wanted to make sure we had was cheap pizza at midnight. I'm allowed to do it if I pay for it, so I already put in an order for $750 worth of pizza pies to show up at 11:30 p.m. I cannot wait to be drunk, happy, and eating pizza." —Evan A., 26
6. A Breadstick Bar
"It hit me one night when we were eating at Olive Garden that everyone loves breadsticks, right? So I'm legit paying the restaurant to make and deliver breadsticks to our wedding for cocktail hour. We'll have different dipping sauces. I'm thinking it's a good idea because people are usually starving after the ceremony and need to carb up before they get their drink on." —Terrance W., 31
7. An EDM DJ
"My fiancé nixed a Coachella or Burning Man–themed wedding, but she did let me hire the EDM DJ that I love. He plays at all the festivals and he cost a fortune, but it's worth it because the music is going to be so good." —Lucas F., 25