What should the bride wear to rehearsal?
* The bride can wear anything she likes, but etiquette should be followed and she can wear a dress or skirt and blouse.
You should wear something nice but not better than the mother of the bride so a nice dress or skirt.
just wear a nice simple dress or if bride-and-groom-to-be don't mind, you can wear jeans and a nice top, anything that's not trackies =)
The mother of the bride goes to the church rehearsal where the wedding party practices what they should do and say and then there is generally a Wedding Rehearsal Dinner after which all members of the wedding party (including the parents of the bride and groom.) There is no dress rehearsal for most brides or wedding party, but the bride and her brides maids would have to go into the wedding shop where the wedding… Read More
Depends where the dinner is located and what type of venue it is. Nobody will really care what you are wearing, as the bride and groom will be the hit of the party however we should be kind enough to cater to the venues dress attire requirements.
I would wear whatever the bride wants me to wear.
Is it proper for the father of the groom to bring his girlfriend to the rehearsal dinner and wedding?
As long as the mother of the groom is not there and the groom agrees then there is nothing wrong with the father bringing his girlfriend to the rehearsal dinner and wedding as long as the bride also agrees. It is up to the bride and groom. Most times the bride just wants her parents there so the mother and father should try to get along for their daughter's wedding. Wedding, yes. Rehearsal dinner no… Read More
Guests who attend a rehearsal dinner: bride and groom to be; their parents; sometimes grandparents are asked; maid of honor; bridesmaids; best man; ushers; flower girl or ring barer if there there is a flower girl or ring barer. It is up to the bride and groom to be to decide who extra guests should be there, but keep it low ... the parents are paying for the rehearsal dinner.
It should most definitely be the bride and groom with consideration of the groom's parents' expenses. If the bride and groom don't show up, then there is no rehearsel dinner.
Never. The only person in ivory should be the bride. It is inappropriate for a person at a wedding, mother or not, to wear the same color as the bride.
whatever color looks best on her skin tone- no one but the bride should wear white because the bride should be in the spotlight; not her guests. both mother's can coordinate but what color they wear depends on the theme/ color palatte of the wedding and what the bride tells them to wear
The mother of the bride should wear a color that corresponds with the wedding party, but not the same color, even if she is giving the bride away. She should not wear white or off-white, but she could wear the same color as the men's tuxedos.
The Maid of Honor should wear something different than the Bride in ANY wedding (trust me!)
* Your Maid of Honor (single woman) or Matron of Honor (married woman) and your Bridesmaids should all be in verbal contact as the wedding party consisting of the Maid of Honor, Bridesmaids, (if there is a Flower Girl or Ring Bearer) is enhancing the bride by leading the precession down the church aisle so it's better to be in contact with your Maid of Honor and Bridesmaids at least once or twice a week… Read More
If the bride is wearing pink you should wear a different color as the bride is suppose to be the center of attention.
The Mother of the Bride CAN wear black---but it would be very poor form. People at weddings should be wary of black.
Even if you are paying for the rehearsal dinner for your son's wedding you should at least get your son and his bride a gift and if this is not appropriate for certain cultural weddings and money is the gift then give only what money you can afford.
White is typically assumed to be the color a bride will wear to her wedding. Female guests should not wear white to a wedding unless otherwise requested by the bride and groom. All other colors are acceptable.
Bridesmaids are wearing black the flower girl claret red what color should the mother of the bride wear Red or Black?
the mother of the bride should wear red because it color coordinates well.
If you are a female you can wear a pant suit with nice blouse and heels; wear a dress (not long, but mid calf is acceptable) with heels or a skirt and blouse with heels. If you are a male, then you should wear at least wear slacks; shirt and tie and if it is a high end wedding rehearsal dinner then wear a sports coat that will go with your slacks and wear clean… Read More
A Wedding Rehearsal Dinner can last as long as the bride and groom want it to last. It is generally two to three hours.
Anything she wants to.
White. It is reserved for the bride.
His own best clothing.
A bride should wear a veil, a groom should wear a suit people should wear clothes I don't know I'm a cat- silly catface!
* The bride/groom to be (of course); their parents; Maid of Honor; Bridesmaids; Best Man; Ushers and sometimes grandparents or someone very special and close to the bride or groom can be asked to the rehearsal dinner. It is acceptable to let all the above bring their spouses or dates, but you can make it clear that is just for those in the wedding party so you can save money.
Just something words to think about. The mother of the bride doesn't have to wear any of the colors of the wedding . A long the bride's mother dose not stand out over the Bride .
if its a formal wedding they should wear a white long dress with a vail and their hair all fancy.... that's what i would aim to wear
No, it is not traditional for the mother of the bride to buy a nightgown and pajamas for the bride and groom. Sometimes the groom may wear just his underwear; just wear pajama bottoms or even be in the buff. The bride should pick out a nice negligee for her wedding night.
I would say something dress casual. Khakis and a buttoned shirt and tie.
Some brides might want to wear their uniform, but most grooms wouldn't like that. She should wear traditional wedding attire.
Unless you the parent of either the bride or groom or in the wedding party then no, you should not wear a flower on your dress.
Is it proper for the mother of the bride to wear a red dress when the brides dress has a lot of red in it doesn't that take away from the bride?
No woman going to the wedding should wear the exact color of the bride. In the case of this bride wearing a wedding dress with a lot of red in it then it is fine if the mother wears a more solid color of dress or it will take away from the bride. The bride is the focal point and thus, the wedding party and female guests should not dress in the colors of the… Read More
Yes, of course--this usually happens at the rehearsal dinner. Additionally, the Father of the Bride also gives a wedding toast.
The dinner you have after going for a rehearsal at the church you are being married at is called a 'rehearsal dinner.' The guests would involve the bride and groom to be; the maid of honor; bridesmaids; best man and ushers along with the parents of the bride and groom and any other guests you may like to have at the dinner such as the Minister/Priest (if they have the time and you know them… Read More
Answer The maid of honor should wear the color that the bride suggests. Don't forget this is her day not yours, please do as she asks.
Sure, it's fine... provided you aren't the groom, bride or officiant.
If the brides parents have a good excuse for not being able to attend the rehearsal dinner it isn't the end of the world and you can still have the rehearsal dinner. If there was a disagreement and the bride's parents refuse to come it is up to the bride to be to let her parents know that it is going to be one of the happiest days of her life and they are ruining… Read More
No, the mother of the bride does not have to wear a blue dress. The mother of the bride can wear any color dress she likes best, provided it's not white to upstage the bride.
* The bride holding onto her father's arm should walk very slowly down the aisle so the groom and guests can enjoy how stunning she looks. True, brides have a glow about them. This also gives the photographer a chance to take pictures. There will be a rehearsal a couple of days before the wedding at the church and the bride; father of the bride; Maid of Honor and Bridesmaids will be instructed as to… Read More
A bride should wear all or some of the following: A veil, earrings, necklace, garter belt and gloves. Hair accessories such as hair clips may be worn.
Somethiing simple and elegant. Maybe a white blouse.
They would were pink or white
traditionally in America they pay for everything except for the rehearsal dinner which is paid for by the parents of the groom
If its regular practice whatever your comftable in, unless you have a tricky costume. Practice with it on as soon as you can. If its dress rehearsal your costume.
You should always ask the Bride as it's her decision. There are times a bride will give her Maid of Honor and Bridesmaids a gift of a necklace and earrings. If the necklace is say your mothers or grandmothers and it means a lot to you to wear it then express this to the Bride and if she is mature enough she will have no problem with it.
i think white should be reserved for the bride. soft pastel colours and linen fabric is the way to go i think
Yes a bride can wear a veil at any age.
Bride used to wear a veil because of to follow traditional protocols.
Absolutely not! White is for the bride and you should not steal her thunder on her special day