A: There aren’t any set-in-stone traditions about who gets to wear wedding-day flowers.
But here’s who most couples choose to honor: The parents and stepparents, grandparents, any other immediate family members who are not in the wedding party, ushers, and the ceremony readers.
Either way, it’s up to you.
Do parents wear flowers at wedding?
Very often the bride and groom choose not to give out flowers to anyone beyond the bridal party, parents and grandparents. Women can wear a pin corsage, wrist corsage, hair flowers, flowers on a purse or they can carry a posy bouquet. Men are limited to a boutonniere.
Do moms get flowers at wedding?
Tradition calls for corsages to be given to mothers of the bride and groom. You can also use flowers that are in the wedding party’s bouquets or boutonnieres for a more uniform look, or match their blooms with the boutonnieres pinned on the fathers of the bride.
Who all gets flowers at wedding?
Here’s every person flower to consider:
- Bride’s bouquet.
- Bride’s floral crown or hair flowers.
- Bridesmaids’ bouquets.
- Tossing bouquet (for the bouquet toss at the reception)
- Flower girl’s bouquet (or basket of petals, floral crown, or pomander)
- Groom’s boutonniere.
- Groomsmen’s boutonnieres.
- Ring bearer’s boutonniere.
Does mother of bride wear corsage?
It is also worn by mothers and grandmothers of the bride and groom at a wedding. Corsages are generally available in two types – a pin-on corsage or a wrist-corsage affixed to (usually) a stretchy wrist-band. Corsages and boutonnieres should be worn on the left, frequently on the lapel.