On the day of the wedding, the mother of the groom presented the bride with a wedding Bible.
What does MOTG stand for?
MOTG 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.
Proud mum Nicky Potts, the mother of the groom, said: "The children did so well, they all looked lovely.
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.