Wedding Etiquette Tips on divorced parents, dealing with difficult situations in your wedding.
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Which all means that both sets of divorced parents should put up with each other’s disagreements. The step-mother should understand her husband’s feelings that the bride is still her daughter and very dear to him, paying for the wedding is the least he can do to show his love for her daughter. And the step-mother should never wear anything that over-shadow the bride’s mother by wearing more elaborate or stylish gown than hers. Things will work out well if everyone understands each other’s feelings and start working towards the success of the wedding. If too much concern is over the ‘giving away’, then it will be appropriate for both fathers to 'give away'. The bride’s mother may also be a good choice to fill in the place, if both father’s do not agree to the former.
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