Post # 1
My parents as well as Fiance parents are still married (not common anymore I know) Anywhoo, Fi’s grandparents are both remarried. Do the stepgrandparents get corsages/bouts too?
They were never really a big part of Fiance life so I don’t care either way but I don’t know what the norm is…
Post # 3
whoever you want to, but yes, it’s good to avoid offending people. If I were you, I would give all the parents something, but EITHER none of the grandparents or all of the grandparents + spouses (if you have the money.)
Post # 3
if you have no preference i would go ahead and do it ..no need to leave anyone out on such a happy occassion ya know?
my parents are still married too 🙂 and my husbands – i actually did a poll on it a few months ago and was surprised to see how many parents were still married.
Post # 4
THanks ladies! I was thinking about making the ribbon on the step’s a different color-that way people can tell the difference!
One thing that bothers my Mother-In-Law is that her “stepmom” is younger than her….yikes
I am so glad that both parents are still married! 🙂
Good point about not offending people–I have never met any of them so I want to make a good impression!
Post # 5
For our wedding, my fiance’s step-parents will be receiving corsages and bouts but stepgrandparents will not. We had to draw a line somewhere because it was starting to add up.
Post # 6
@LucyMegs140 –that’s what I’m worried about! I’m just not sure when it “stops”
Post # 7
honestly I wouldn’t give the stepgrandparents corsages/bouts. like pp said, you have to draw the line somewhere. I mean if you have money to spend by all means it would be a nice gesture. I don’t have that luxury so only biological grandparents are getting them. ( but I have remarried parents so I also have another set of stepgrandparents)