Wedding bon ton - Flowers
Traditionally, the groom must pay for the bride’s bouquet and make sure it will be delivered to his spouse punctually.
If the groom wants to bring the bouquet to the bride’s house himself, he will have to give it to a bride’s female relative. Etiquette suggests that the groom should deliver white flowers to the bridesmaids and groomsmen in the wedding party.
It is a bad etiquette for the single person invited alone to ask if they can bring a guest. Singles should consider the numbers and style of your wedding before deciding to accept invitation. A large wedding of a colleague or acquaintance will be harder to attend alone than the wedding of a family member or close friend.
Wedding Invitation etiquette
Invite a single man and woman and “guest” on the invitation
Provide a separate invitation for any adult children living with their parents
Discuss with close single friends in advance whether they would like to bring a friend
Invite a single relative alone if you are having a small family wedding (under 40
Invite each single guest on their own invitation to a large family wedding where there are lots of well-acquainted
singles. But you need not invite ‘and guest’.