What do the parents of the groom pay for? My son is getting married in August,
and I'm not sure what my husband and I should cover.
Your parents do not need to take out a third mortgage to pay for the wedding. And
, if you're ... Groom and family pay for bride's bouquet and going-away corsage, ...
Aug 20, 2014 ... Although the groom's parents have a smaller role than that of the mother of the
bride and the father of the bride, they are considered co-hosts of ...
These days, the rules of who pays for what when it comes to a wedding are a little
more ... The groom's family my offer to share in the cost of the reception, and the
bride's ... -Engagement parties may be hosted by each set of parents or friends
Traditionally, the bride's parents (although anyone can host!) will pay ... him and
introducing friends and extended family to the groom and his family and friends.
Bride's engagement and wedding rings; Groom's attire; Ties and gloves for ...
Accommodations for groom's parents and siblings; Bachelor dinner if groom
wishes ... a local custom for the groom to pay for it); Boutonnieres for groom's
And the parents of many grooms are also contributing more than in the past; a
popular option is to have the bride's family, the groom's family, and the couple ...
The parents of the groom follow rehearsal dinner etiquette by planning and
paying for it, along with their own attire, transportation and lodging, and a
The subject of who pays for the alcohol is debated by wedding experts. ... “The
old tradition is that the Groom's parents should pay for the alcohol,” she writes on
Traditionally, the groom or his parents pay for the bride's engagement ring and
wedding ring, while the bride and her family pay for the groom's ring.