There’s an old adage about the mother of the groom and the role they play in weddings: “Be quiet and wear beige.”
We beg to differ. If you’re the mother of the groom, you have a very important role in this wedding. You brought the groom into the world, and helped make him the person he’s become. You have the right to be beautiful, confident, and — we dare say — sexy.
You might get along fabulously with everyone involved in the wedding and feel like you have free reign to do what you want to do and wear what you want to wear.
Or you might feel anxious, not sure what to do. If that’s the case, here are a few etiquette tips to help you make your son’s wedding a wonderful day:
To help you get started in choosing the look you want, you will need to know a few things such as heavier satins are not a good choice for beach weddings and that pouffy gowns with crinoline need much more space to pack.
Your wedding gown is an important part of your big day, and it’s important to pack and ship them with care.
Here are some tips on how to pack destination wedding gowns:
When do I start looking? The best time to shop for and purchase your gown is 9 to 12 months before the wedding. You will see the newest collections and you still have enough time for it to arrive and to be sure the dress fits.
What day of the week? If you don’t mind a crowd, Saturday is the day for you. Saturday is the busiest appointment day of the week! If you are a private, low-key type, a weekday afternoon would be perfect for you.
How long will my appointment last? At Darianna Bridal & Tuxedo, you’ll spend 90 minutes with a bridal consultant who is dedicated and professional, but also fun.