The Duties of the Maid of Honour
By Samuel Abdullah The brideís chief attendant at her wedding is the maid of honour. She is a single woman. A matron of honour is a married woman who acts as the brideís chief attendant. The maid of honour may be your sister, a lifelong friend or someone special who has recently come into your life. It is very important to choose just the right maid of honor and she will be just like your right-hand during this very special but sometimes unnerving time.
The maid of honor should be able to fulfill her duties with grace and poise. The maid of honor should be a friend who shall willingly take on all of the responsibilities of this position and take some of the stress and pressure off of you.
You should be able to count on your maid of honour when you need her as you prepare for your wedding. Her duties consist of much more than just standing beside you as a witness for your wedding and holding your bouquet. Here are some of the duties of the maid of honor:
As you can see,
there are many things that your maid of honour will help you with
during your wedding preparations as well as on that very special
day. Make sure that you choose a dependable person and make your
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