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It does not really matter whether it is the groom or bride's parents who call. In many cases the groom's parents call, but, etiquette does not dictate this.
For brides,25-30, for grooms,30-35
They are not obliged to do this, but if the Mother of the Bride is in reduced circumstances , and the Groom's parents can afford it, it would be a lovely Bride's Gift from her new in-laws.
Remember this wedding is not about the parents, it is about their child and they are there to bear witness, show support, and ensure neither the groom nor the bride decide they have cold feet and vanish.
Orthodox Jewish grooms come for their brides after being apart from each other for a week. Other Jewish grooms come for their brides like everyone else.
Usually somewhere between about 13 and 113.
One can purchase suits for grooms at various retailers. One can purchase suits for grooms online at websites such as Etsy, DHgate, The Knot, and Brides.
Most brides and grooms do kiss at Orthodox Jewish weddings, albeit a modest kiss.
For the lovely wedding, if the Bride's parents pay for it, and for the gift of their daughter and themselves as a welcome addition to their family. Your children's wedding day is a time to be on your most welcoming behavior , even if you have the slightest reservations.