Additionally, be mindful of the fact that there is her fiancé and his family to accommodate in the wedding events.
Your daughter will find a spreadsheet or document listing names of family members and family friends that must be invited along with their addresses extremely helpful.
To be even more helpful, you can indicate whether you think those persons you'd like invited will actually attend the festivities, to help your daughter plan.
Do not choose a dress in either black or white unless previously been discussed with your daughter.
Although not required, the groom's mother may appreciate you letting her know what color and style of dress you'll be wearing to the wedding.
Provide advice about what your daughter should do or plan for her wedding only when asked or in situations you feel it is absolutely necessary to do so.
Your daughter will appreciate being left on her own to figure things out without feeling bombarded by dictates of how she should spend the money given to her.If you're not invited, offer to help out in these ways and leave the decision of whether to bring you along up to her.When at visits, avoid being over critical and focus instead on providing guidance that you believe is helpful.Don't involve yourself in monetary decisions if you are not paying for the wedding.If you're not providing funds for the wedding, you do not have the right to dictate any decision that your daughter and her fiancé make.If, for example, you know that a certain invitation font is too difficult to read, speak up and say that you think it might be a problem but let her decide whether to use the font.