|G2B||Acronym for "Groom-To-Be"|
|Gabardine Fabric||A tightly-woven fabric with a firm, durable finish, and single diagonal lines on the face. Gabardine is commonly used to make suits, overcoats, trousers, and other garments.
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|Ganache||A thick, delectable icing made of chocolate and heavy cream. Ganache (from the French word for "jowl") refers to a variety of icing, fillings for pastries, and glazes.
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|Georgette Fabric||A semi-sheer lightweight fabric similar to crepe, with a soft drape and flow. Georgette fabric is a textile traditionally made from silk, although synthetic fibers, such as polyester are sometimes used as well. The thing that makes georgette fabric distinctive is the crinkly, crepe-like texture, which feels slightly rough and dull, but gives the fabric a bouncy, flowing look.
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|Gibson Sleeve||Full at the shoulder and fitted at the wrist. (See Leg-of-Mutton Sleeve)|
|Godet||A design feature where an extra piece of fabric in the shape of a circular sector is set into a garment, usually a dress or skirt. The addition of a godet causes the article of clothing in question to flare, thus adding width and volume.|
|Gorge||The seam on a coat, where collar meets lapel.|
|Grand Cathedral Train||The longest and most formal train extends approximately ten feet from waistline.
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|Groom's Cake||A smaller version of the wedding cake or cake themed to the groom's interests. Usually served at the engagement party or the rehearsal dinner. A groom's cake is a wedding tradition typically associated with the American South. While a wedding cake may often be decorated in white and light in texture and/or color, the groom's cake can take a variety of forms, many incorporating chocolate or fruit.|
|Groom's Party||The groom's party is made up of the members of the wedding party from the groom's side. (Best Man, Groomsmen, etc.)|
|Groom's Tish||The groom's table. This is where the Chatan, his groomsmen, and male family members gather for song and dance before the wedding ceremony. Traditionally, the groom attempts to deliver a learned discourse about that week's Torah portion. However, the assembled throng do everything possible to ensure that the groom's discourse is not delivered.|
|Groomsman||A man who attends the bridegroom at his wedding. Traditionally, the groomsmen protect the groom from anyone trying to steal the bride or interfere with the wedding.|
|Grosgrain Fabric||A closely woven silk or rayon fabric with narrow horizontal ribs; the fabric is often used to make ribbons or trims. Some tuxedo pants incorporate a braided grosgrain stripe down the pant leg.
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|Gum Paste||This is a sweet icing made from sugar, syrup and gelatin that has supple qualities which enable a layer to be draped over the wedding cake like a fabric. It is then used as the base for other elaborate decorations and designs. (see Fondant)|