6.6.19

Bridesmaid Duties: 5 Things You Must Not Let The Happy Couple Forget

Being a bridesmaid is the greatest honour of all, but it does come with a lot of responsibility. In truth, the bride and groom have probably got the majority of their issues under control. However, there are several items that may have slipped their minds. Your job is to remind them. 

Here are five of the most significant areas where your support can go a long way to ensuring that their day is as magical as it deserves to be.


The Look 
No bride is going to overlook the importance of her bridal dress or the groom’s suit. Nonetheless, it’s important to remember that the best man is dressed to impress too. Furthermore, it’s not all about the outfits, which is why it’s vital to think about the hair and makeup. Looking good will make the bride and groom feel their best, and that lack of self-doubt will shine through. Appearances aren’t everything, but they count for a lot on the wedding day. Don’t forget it. 

The Food 
The wedding day flies by at a rapid rate but the sit-down meal is a chance to enjoy a slower pace and bring people together. The choice of food is, therefore, a crucial decision. It’s important to remember that some might have allergies or dietary needs. You can learn about common issues here. Building a menu that offers something for everyone is vital. Otherwise, those affected by the poor selections will get hungry. And moody. As a bridesmaid, be sure to suggest an inclusive menu. 


The Entertainment 
Evening entertainment is a key factor that can make or break the night. Live bands are the best way to get people up and dancing, especially when they cover the classics. Entertaining a group of people that can range from small children to elderly relatives can be tough. The professionals will make it happen, though. Seeing guests have a good time will make the event even more enjoyable for the newlyweds. For that reason alone, it’s vital that you encourage them to give it enough attention. 

The Rituals 
Multiculturalism is a great thing. But weddings that unite two families from different cultural backgrounds can create new hurdles. However, the differences are not an issue for them, meaning that they may ignore key elements. As a bridesmaid, reading up on how to handle the situation is vital. When you provide support through the quest of unifying two cultures, the final results will be incredible. Frankly, that’s the least that the bride and groom deserve on their day. 


The Honeymoon 
Given the costs involved with planning a wedding, many couples will consider losing the honeymoon to save money. In truth, the wedding process is as tiring as it is exciting. As such, it’s vital that you insist that they do take one. These affordable options are just as good as a world cruise and give them a chance to celebrate their marriage. The vacation is also a chance for them to relax and recharge their batteries before returning normality upon their return.

3 comments:

  1. A Beautiful read - such a special occassion

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  3. A S,Edinburgh04:51

    Excellent advice. An involved and supportive bridesmaid is worth her weight in gold!

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