Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 14:44:28 PM. . By Tina Solis.
The assumption is true and is a well-accepted fact. However, the grooms parents should not be seen as parents who should not be shedding tears during weddings. Of course, they should also. It is because they are also sending their beloved offspring or son away. The grooms parents will surely not be familiar of their role in their sons wedding, especially if they had not participated previously in a wedding for a daughter, another son or other siblings. Here are some points and tips for the grooms parents who wish to accomplish their role in the wedding well and with flying colors:
The first wedding etiquette to be followed by the grooms parents is to initiate contact and communication with the brides family. Introducing themselves to the brides parents is the grooms parents first and utmost responsibility. It would be a really, really great gesture to start up good relations between the two families. It is a role of the grooms parents, as written in wedding etiquettes, to host and pay for the wedding rehearsal dinner. The event should not necessarily be expensive. Simple salad potlucks or simple dinners can do. The grooms parents should also not hold back if they want to impress the brides family by throwing out elaborate or exotic dinners in the finest restaurants. To get along with customary wedding etiquettes, the grooms parents can also participate in the planning stage of the wedding. However, the role is almost always limited to just providing timely, appropriate and accurate guest list. The grooms family and relatives should not be overlooked at this very important event.
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