Traditionally the brides parents..but whoever is able to pay!
Customarily, the brides parents pay for the wedding.
No. Sometimes the bride's and groom's parents split the cost or the bride and groom can pay for the wedding themselves.
The bride usually pays for it but if they use a lot of money on the wedding you would pay for it if you were the brides maid.
In my country,both the sides -brides and bridegroom will pay for it.
Good question. Some brides are rich and treat money like it grows on trees.
It is traditional ettiquette for the bride's parent to pay.The bride's parents pay for everything except the rehearsal dinner, which is paid by the grooms parents. Now, tradition has changed much, it is not a requirement for only one set of parents to pay. It has now become a contribution.
wedding dress designer is who create dresses for brides to be.to make brides beautiful and elegant in their weddings.
there duty in the wedding is to help out the brides any way possible and to comfert the bride on her big day
Islamic brides "cover up" more than Jewish brides.
Wedding websites is for brides or brides to be to get more information about what kind of wedding decorations or anything to do with the preparation to the wedding. Its good to have some new ideas to help you go through this transition.
Usually the brides parents pay for the wedding. This has become controversial in today's times and not to mention a bit out-dated. Now couples usually pay for themselves, or the each set of parents help out equally
The Brides. The Brides name goes first on everything
There are no particular rules regarding this, despite the list in the wedding books. You should discuss costs of the wedding with your intended.Where as it is tradition of the brides parents to pay for the entire wedding (this includes wedding flowers) the grooms parents may offer to pay for something such as wedding flowers. It may seem rude to reject such a generous gift. With that said, there is no obligation for the grooms parents to pay for anything.AnswerIf either set of parents wishes to pay for any portion of wedding expenses, they will offer it to the couple. Unless/until that happens, the couple is on their own.
Muslim Brides wear any coloured dress/Lengha.
Some weddings cost as little as $250 in 1950. Todays wedding costs have skyrocketed with most brides spending more on a wedding dress than brides did for their entire wedding in 1950.
So they get laid on their wedding night
Most of the time, the Bride's parents pay for the vast majority of the wedding, which in itself is a huge gift. Additional gifts are often given, but aren't expected. If they did not pay for the wedding, then yes, a gift is expected.
They wear saris
Bride or her parents.
the Brides' Broom
Traditionally in Royal marriages only the brides where wedding rings.