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www.theknot.com/content/what-are-the-grooms-parents-expected-to-pay-for

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.

www.thespruce.com/the-role-of-the-mother-of-the-groom-3489937

Feb 15, 2017 ... Here's a useful guide to the duties of the mother of the groom, along with ideas on what to ... What the Groom's Parents Traditionally Pay For.

www.southernbrideandgroom.com/new-wedding-etiquette-who-pays-for-what

Jun 23, 2017 ... Today's rules of who pays for what when it comes to a wedding are a little grey. ... The groom's family my offer to share in the cost of the reception, and ... - Engagement parties may be hosted by each set of parents or friends

www.marthastewartweddings.com/231227/who-traditionally-pays-what-wedding

From the dress to the rings to the reception to the transportation, whose job is it to pay for what during a wedding? Here, we break down the traditional roles.

www.brides.com/story/grooms-parents-wedding-responsibilities

Jul 27, 2017 ... Traditionally, the groom's parents are the ones to plan and host (read: pay for) the rehearsal dinner, as well as any coinciding welcome party for ...

www.brides.com/story/what-your-family-pays-for-wedding-planning

Sep 3, 2017 ... If you and your groom are a little older and financially stable, or both your parents are pressed for cash, you can opt to pay for everything ...

www.refinery29.com/2017/09/170965/how-much-parents-pay-weddings

Sep 5, 2017 ... Here's how much parents really pay for their kids' weddings, according to a recent report from WeddingWire.

www.weddingwire.com/wedding-forums/grooms-parents-pay-for/f627bf355d1a48ea.html

Aug 22, 2017 ... I keep reading and hearing that the grooms parents usually pay for some parts of the wedding. I've heard flowers, DJ and rehearsal dinner.

emilypost.com/advice/traditional-wedding-expenses-of-the-groom-and-his-family

Bride's engagement and wedding rings; Groom's attire; Ties and gloves for ... it is a local custom for the groom to pay for it); Boutonnieres for groom's attendants ... which may include the couple, the bride's parents, and the groom's parents.