Mother of Bride/Groom Dresses: Is There A Difference?

May 18, 2022

When preparing your look for your daughter or son’s wedding, you’ll come across many dresses described as being for the mother of the bride or mother of the groom. You may find yourself wondering: is there a difference? Luckily for you, the answer is no! Both of these terms are just used to refer to formal evening gowns that match the elegance of a wedding and the significance of the role you play in it as a parent of the newlyweds-to-be. Whichever side of the altar you’ll be sitting on, you’ll love these mother of the occasion gowns from Mon Cheri Bridals:



122D65 from Ivonne D


This gorgeous fit and flare evening dress is crafted of embroidered crepe lace and comes with an included shawl. Off-the-shoulder cap sleeves and a soft, sweetheart neckline pair elegantly with an allover floral texture to create an enchanting formal look.



122D61 from Ivonne D


This lovely A-line evening gown features a bateau neckline, cap sleeves, and an absolutely mesmerizing illusion mesh open back. Embroidered lace and shimmering beading give you a whimsical, dreamy look. 



122901 from Montage


This elegant fit and flare formal gown features a soft scoop neckline, elbow-length sleeves, and touches of illusion mesh throughout the neckline. Metallic embroidered lace glistens along each of your curves before extending into a tulle skirt.



122909 from Montage


This stretch crepe fit and flare mother of the occasion gown features a strapless, sweetheart neckline with folded collar details drawing attention to your bust. An intricate, beaded lace pattern feathers down the bodice, meeting with a high leg-slit skirt.



122902 from Montage


This elegant fit and flare formal dress features a soft V-neckline, paired with a ruched bodice to create an accentuating frame along your curves. Gemstone embellishments adorn this gown’s waistline belt and short sleeves, adding a touch of glistening, three-dimensional texture.