The mother of the bride is definitely defying tradition by wearing black but this is the 21st century and there are lots of black/white theme weddings. The mother of the groom could wear the traditional beige or champagne to coordinate with the mother's choice of color. I am not sure what "candy apple" means. Is that green? If so, then she could choose a color more in line with the bridesmaids' dresses and wear lime, jade, hunter green or sage. If it candy apple is red, then the MOG could choose red, burgundy, wine, cinnamon.
They would were pink or white
she should wear satin brown
maybe pink.... i mean, it looks good with red and white, and obviously the mother wouldn't be wearing white haha. hope this helps :)
a colour which compliement the lavender such as a pink or purple would be nice. Don't wear lavender or you'll look like one of the bridesmaids!!
the mother of the bride should wear red because it color coordinates well.
If the bridesmaids dresses are colours like regency, violet or blue I would say a Teal dress. Teal compliments silver extremely well.
Only if the bride wants her there.
There is no limit at all to the amount of bridesmaids you can have.
The mother of the groom can wear any color, but white. Since the bridesmaids are wearing short black dresses you should wear a pastel summer colors such as a light blue; soft yellow; shell pink, etc., dress and it can be just below the knee or a longer dress to the ankle.
it's not that they should or shouldn't, it's if they want to, although at most weddings I've been to the mother of the bride was wearing a very slightly different color than the bridesmaids, etc. And also, wear different color from the bride's gown.
My daughter used black stain dress with a green sash for her wedding. It was beautiful. I wore a black floor length dress. I looked great in the pictures with the wedding party. Black is great!
* Unless the bride so chooses to do so then no, the groom's mother does not get a gift. Both mothers should have corsages at the wedding.
The critical thing is that she shouldn't take attention away from the bride. Everything else is largely irrelevant (though ideally she should neither wear the exact same color as the bridesmaids nor something that clashes hideously with it).It's pretty common for there to be at least a few photos of the wedding party and the family together (it's also fairly likely that at least some of the bridesmaids will be family, and therefore in the family photo even if there isn't specifically one of the family with all the bridesmaids), and you don't want the mother to be mistaken for a bridesmaid, or for the colors to clash too much.
I would wear whatever the bride wants me to wear.
It should be Bridesmaids' because since bridesmaids already ends with an s all you have to do is make it possessive by adding an apostrophe after the s.
The mother of the bride must wear a bright coloured dress or suit to show happiness and is also a sign of good luck for a happy marriage
a white dress and white shoes with a red bow around the dress
* If your step daughter's Maid of Honor and Bridesmaids are wearing long dresses then you should wear one in a color that will go well with the color of their dresses (not the same color.) If the girls in the wedding party are wearing short dresses then you should as well. If you don't want to pay a great deal of money for a dress you can rent some beautiful dresses from the wedding shop and the saleswomen there will be glad to help you.
A mother in law can host a bridal shower for her relatives and friends. Generally the first bridal shower is given by the maid of honor and the bridesmaids.
Yes the brides mother is important but it is the brides day not hers so the mother should dress like all the other brides maids ANSWER: Traditionally, the mother of the bride wears a bright color in the same color family as the bridesmaid's gowns. The mother of the groom wears a more subdued shade, such as beige. Answer: The mothers should coordinate, but not match. They do not need to wear the same color as the bridesmaids. However, they should both wear the same length, and neither should wear black, as it is not a funeral. "A more subdued shade" could be any pastel.
Yes, the bridesmaids and maid of honor buy a wedding gift for the bride and groom.
The mother of the bride for one should never wear white or ivory something close to white. The brides mother should be wearing something that coordinates with the season.
Since it is the bride's mother who is sending out the invitations, which is customary then the return address should be to your parents or your mother.
If you are the Maid of Honor, or one of the Bridesmaids; mother or sister then yes, you should give a gift at the bridal shower.