Your teams don't want to be part of every decision. They want clearly articulated goals and values that they can use to solve problems. This first time I was invited to a meeting I was thrilled. I had made it. I felt like an adult. It didn't take long to realize that most meetings were a waste of time, a loop of endless discussion that rarely resulted in decisions. I found myself wishing I could be back at my computer getting things done and one look around the room told me others felt the same way.
Recently someone told me they wanted everyone to be a part of decision making because he wanted them to feel valued. Wasting people's time won't make them feel valued or involved, it only shows how little trust you have in them.
Everyone voting on everything doesn't work. People don't want to be a part of every decision, they want to be able to their job well, and if you're stuffing your meetings with personnel you're taking them away from their computer/team/studio/workshop where they could be making decisions.
Your employees and teammates want agency over the things that matter to them. Make it clear where each person has the power to demonstrate ownership and trust them to do that. If you don't trust them to make decisions you need to rethink your hiring process and/or your management strategy. Focus on developing common values among your team and give them space to surprise you with solutions.