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  1. Mother of the Groom Dresses

  2. It is not uncommon that your future mother-in-law to ask the advice of yours about what she should wear to the wedding of yours with his son. After all, she will be viewed in plenty of the group photos and even though she will wish to look her best on your big day, she won’t desire to upstage you, or clash terribly with your chosen color and theme.

  3. If you are going to advise the mother of the groom regarding her outfit here are some noticeable points on mother of the groom dress purchasing politics. The mother of bride should lead the way, traditionally she should be the first to select and purchase her wedding outfit and once she did it she should call the mother of groom to inform her about the style, length, color and of formality.

  4. Mother of the groom can then buy something in the similar style which compliments the mother of bride’s dress. This may seem similar to an old fashioned notion but its does help to avoid over or the under dressing, color clashes, or embarrassment of identical outfits. If your mother does not want to call the mother of groom, delicately pass on the details of her outfit by yourself.

  5. Check outfit colors with the bride, normally, the mothers of both the bride and groom should attempt to avoid the colors like white, ivory, creamy and champagne which may too replicate and look much like the bride’s gown. It is also advisable to avoid too much bold and vivid colors just like hot pink purple and red as these may present too much of a focal point highlight them in snaps of the marriage ceremony.

  6. Black shade is also avoidable that it reflects the funeral ceremony and may impact badly to your son’s wedding. Of course, as long as you discuss with the bride beforehand, in this case any of these colors will work well in some individual cases. Make it sure the mother of the groom knows of the wedding color scheme and theme before she chooses her attire so she can acquire something complimentary.

  7. If you are having a pink and red theme, for instance, she might prefer something in peach or lavender. While she should avoid accurately the same color as bridesmaids and maid of honor, she can choose something in lighter or darker shade. Common colors for the mother of ckrally dresses include silver, purple, dark red, blue, and brown.

  8. A flower printed dress is entirely fine as long as it is reasonably subtle and in keeping view with the wedding flowers and theme. Let the mother of groom know in advance if she would have a small bouquet to hold, or if she will have the simple wrist corsage that match with the groom’s button hole. The color and style of her flowers should well influence the outfit that she purchases, but keeping the flowers simple will avoid any clashes.

  9. In general the mother of bride only pass on the details of her attire to the mother of the groom but if he has a step mother too you should give her the all information by yourself. Once the mother of groom has bought her outfit also try to pass on this information too. Although the stepmother of groom has every right to attend the ceremony looking fabulous and chic, she should not try to upstage mother of groom. On the day which can potentially be uncomfortable for the whole family it is advisable to try to avoid arguments about a dress.