mother of the groom
This mother of the groom was very hurt, and felt so left out of the weekend because of the way things were handled. She said
My youngest son -- the baby in our family -- got married last weekend. Was I ready? Is any mother ever ready?
Sure you're excited, but keep a lid on it Mom!
If you're a bride or a groom and searching for a wedding planner, here are a list of things that a planner probably won't be able to help you out with. And, if you are in a wedding party, or going to a wedding where a planner will be there, you should read this list too. Trust me.
The bride and groom want to depart for their honeymoon the morning after their wedding, and this MoG was hoping I'd tell her she's totally right and that the bride and groom are being tacky "abandoning" their guests. But she's wrong. Totally WRONG.
It's hard to be the mother of the groom. I've met some horrible, awful, really bad mothers of the groom at weddings over the years. Here are three of my favorite examples
I am not a fan of sneaky people during wedding planning. I answer to the brides and grooms who hire me and nobody else, unless they've been foolish enough to let their parents sign the contract.
If you've been blessed with a mom who is also your bestie, there's no better person to stand beside you on the big day. With
Congratulations! Your baby's engaged! You may be wondering, what do I do now? Traditionally, there were very specific duties for the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom.