On the day of the wedding, the mother of the groom presented the bride with a wedding Bible.
What does MOG stand for?
MOG stands for Mother Of the Groom
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Try and speak to the mother of the groom to discuss what colours they have chosen, or better still, arrange a shopping day out together.
The best mother of the groom and mother of the bride dresses complement a mum's colouring and don't clash with the wedding colours.
The best mother of the bride and mother of the groom dresses compliment the mom's coloring and don't clash with the wedding colors (no, the dress doesn't have to match the bridesmaids').
Proud mum Nicky Potts, the mother of the groom, said: "The children did so well, they all looked lovely.
Candice Bergen shows up, again expertly playing the mother of the groom.
Mother of the Groom - Joyce O'Connell, 59, from Formby "My son, John, 33, is getting married to Gemma in August this year and the wedding will take place in Peterborough.
The bride wore a beaded and rhinestone headband and a bracelet borrowed from the mother of the groom.