Good question. In today's day and age, anything goes with weddings!
The groom is the person who is marrying the bride. Also the groom normally gives a speech after the wedding ceremony during the buffet or meal. They also normally have the first dance with the bride.
Bride Groom is the usual way I believe. The wedding is more about the bride so she is first.
Elina and Shuhayel Red for bride and black for groom
Black for the groom, White for the bride
Nowadays, often a bride and groom jointly take responsibility for any wedding expenses that are not gifted by their families.
It is up to the bride and groom but tradition has the bride in a wedding gown and the groom in a tuxedo.
With his bride.
The groom should buy the engagement and wedding ring for his bride to be and the bride to be should buy the groom's wedding band.
It is customary for the bride to buy the wedding band for the groom. A http://www.invitingideas.ca/
In some weddings, the bride also gives the groom a wedding ring.
In a Jewish wedding the bride and the groom stand under a chuppah.
The father of the bride and groom can give the wedding gift to them the day of the wedding at home or, they can leave the gift on the gift table at the wedding reception. However, if it is of cash value it is better to give the bride and groom the money before the wedding.
The bride or the bride and groom.
Traditionally no. The bride and groom enter as Mr. & Mrs. followed by the wedding party and the parents can follow behind or go ahead and mingle with the guests before the bride and groom enter the wedding reception.
Yes. There are MANY wedding customs. The only color I DON'T recommend for the bride and groom is black - except for the wedding night if they wish.
the bride and the groom is first, then the bride and her father, and then the groom and his mother. After that the bride dance with her new dad and groom dance with his new mom.
The groom buys the engagement ring and band for his bride to be and the bride to be buys the band for the groom.
She helps the bride and groom.
The bride and groom
groom and bride?
By the groom.