What Does the Groom Pay for in a Wedding?

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The Groom pays for: Stag party. Bride's wedding ring. Hiring of his own, best man's and ushers' suits. Transport for best man and himself to ceremony venue. Civil or church ceremony fees. Presents for the bride, bridesmaids, pages, ushers and best man. His going-away outfit. Transport away from reception venue for himself and his new wife. Wedding night venue. Honeymoon. Press announcement for wedding.
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