From: Wedding Palace Visitor
Question: My son is getting married in June. We are providing the limo, rehersal dinner and the bar at the wedding. My son informed me that the parents and grandparents will not have flowers. I would very much like to honor the grandparents with a flower, but since I will not be wearing one, would it be wrong to buy something for them? I guess we thought by providing the bar we were "stepping up". Should I have also provided the usual flowers that are customary for the grooms family? I don't want to hurt the brides family, but maybe I already did. PLEASE help.
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