Post # 1
Going to ask a friend to be my MOH this weekend, but I would like to have two MOH’s I can’t ask both at the same time they work different schedules its imposable to get the 3 of us all together at once. How would you ask the first friend to be a MOH and word it that I would like two MOH’s, and still need to ask the second friend?
Post # 3
I hope you get a good answer to this. I always intended to have two (a maid and a matron), and I asked them separately (and didn’t inform them that there was another “candidate”). I didn’t consider until after the fact that one of them would assume she was asked first (she wasn’t). Now that she has declined, I don’t like that it seems like the one who agreed is believed to be her replacement. In all actuality I wanted both of them but now it doesn’t seem that way.
Post # 4
Just tell her she’s going to be a co-MOH, especially if the three of you are all friends.
Post # 5
@kb7: friend 1 and friend 2 know of each other, hung out a few times but its not like all 3 of us are besties… but i am with each of them
Post # 6
I would just explain that both of them are your best friend so instead of having to choose one you want to honor both of them by them both being your MOH. If they are as close to you as you think you shouldn’t have a problem 🙂
Post # 7
I have two MOH’s, I called it co-MOH’s. They were still equally as excited and happy to be able to split the responsibility.