Mother of the Bride
Role and Responsibilities of the Mother of the Bride
Congratulations! Your little girl is getting married. We hope that here you will find information on the traditional role of the Mother of the Bride and how adapt that role to a modern world.
Role of the Mother of the Bride
The mother of the bride is seen as the second most important woman at her daughters wedding. She was traditionally responsible for organising the following:
Over the years this role has changed dramatically, it is much more usual for the Bride to take on these tasks traditionally the responsibility of the Mother of the Bride. With women becoming increasingly more independent, many couples are living together and are more inclined to want to plan and pay for their own wedding. As a result the mother of the bride role has evolved into that which is a more supportive role.
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