Articles Especially for the LDS Maid of Honor and LDS Bridesmaids
LDS MAID of HONOR ♥ AN OVERVIEW:
Being asked to be the maid of honor in a friend’s wedding is – well, an honor! It means that you are who the bride considers her best, closest, and most trusted friend. But there is more to being the maid of honor than just sharing your opinion on the bridal wedding invitations, wearing a pretty dress and showing up on the wedding day. So what exactly does being the maid of honor entail?
As the maid of honor, you are the bride’s “right hand woman.” You will be the designated train-fluffer and bouquet-holder for the bride on the wedding day, but your responsibilities also begin several months before the wedding. As the maid of honor, your responsibilities might include:
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