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Written by Paula Jones Last updated: June 6, 2006
The Confetti guide for mothers of the bride. Everything you need to know about what to wear, duties and responsibilities and the big day.
Congratulations! Your daughter’s tying the knot, and we’re here to give you a helping hand.
Your daughter has found the man of her dreams. While you’re delighted, you’re probably also feeling a little daunted by the thought of helping to plan a wedding. Never mind her dress, what on earth will you wear and how will you get everything arranged on time?!
The key is to keep an organised head on your shoulders, and enjoy every aspect of the day, from helping your daughter choose her dress to the ceremony itself. Traditionally, the mother of the bride would play the role of hostess but times have changed. You may well be acting as hostess, or your daughter might like to plan and organise everything herself. Whatever the case, you can relax…the Confetti complete guide is here to help.
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