Choosing the right maid of honour 

Choosing the right maid of honour

Picking one companion over another is a hard pill to swallow and bringing family and future family in mix doesn't make it any less demanding. Then remember that you've presumably been a bridesmaid or maid of honour in one of your closest companions' or sisters' weddings before and the entire thing is so confounding, you have no clue where to start. 

One question that we regularly encounter is that" I have been maid of honour for two of my friends as of now and I can't choose who to be mine. Is there some sort of etiquette with regards to picking your maid of honour?" 

Try not to utilize a mathematical theory to pick your maid of honour. 

In the event that you were in her wedding however not a maid of honour, but now you're closer to her than you were during the marriage, then definitely she is the one who deserves to be the maid of honour in your wedding. The people who are with you during the hard times shouldn’t be the solution for this problem, they are just the people without whom you cannot see your wedding happening- the people you feel nearest to, feel upheld by, and would be anxious in the event that they hadn't arrived. They ought to be closest companions, family or the mix of both. On the off chance that somebody you're considering doesn't fit that bill; they presumably shouldn't be your maid of honour. 

Family is your trump card.
 
Not to be a broken record, but rather the point to get across here is to pick the individual you feel most connected with regardless of the fact that they are friends or family. There's no regulation as such that you have to pick a sister over a companion, despite the fact that picking family over companions regularly helps lessen the drama between companions who think they ought to be the maid of honour. Friends know that they can't win over the family card, so regardless of the possibility that they have desires of being the maid of honour, it is extremely unlikely they'll detest you in the event that you pick a kin. 

You can have more than one maid of honour. 

Can't choose between a few distinct companions or relatives? Pick every one of them! On the other hand even pick none - there's no composed guideline that you need to have a maid of honour. 

Your maid of honour can be a man 

Tune in, it's 2015. Bridesmaids don't need to be "maid" and you can pick groomsmen who aren't men. Have you ever known about a "brides man" or a "man of honour?" Your sibling can be your "maid of honour" thus can be your dad or even your granddad. Indeed, even your best male companion from the age of two can be with you. Sexual orientation principles are officially now out, so don't sweat this choice on the off chance that it is the right one for you. 

Primary concern: Your bridesmaids and honor chaperons ought to be the people you feel most associated with. Try not to let the governmental issues of other individuals' wedding party decisions get in your direction. Regardless of the fact that you were a maid of honour for your companion's wedding, it's totally fine to pick another person as your maid of honour. It's your wedding all things considered! You get the opportunity to choose who want to be with.

 
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