- 3 years ago
- Wedding: April 2015
I’m just curious. I plan on having two, and so does SO. Because there are only two, we don’t plan on MOH or BM since it would single out the other as second choice.
I had 3, he had 4. We didn’t care about even sides or anything like that. I had a MOH and 2 BMs, he had a Best Man and 3 GMs.
we each had 3
I couldn’t vote, because my answer is zero 🙂 My fiance wants to have one or two, so hopefuly it won’t look too weird.
I had my three best friends (two of whom were matrons of honor); DH’s two daughters and his daughter-in-law; my sister-in-law (my brother’s wife); and my “niece” (the daughter of one of the matrons of honor) for a total of eight — two of whom were junior bridesmaids. I would have loved to have included more of my own friends, but family was our top priority, and I did not want to have an even larger bridal party.
I was planning on 5, but then after a FMIL incident I will now be having 6. FI will be having 5, unless he decides to add someone else.
I’m having 11. 4 of them are sisters the others are my closest friends who would be in my BP if I didn’t have those sisters. I really didn’t want to exclude them just because I have a big family, so I decided what the heck, why not haha. Luckily none of them are divas
2- a matron of honor and a man or honor (aka SIL and DS)
Oh, you mean just bridesmaids, then? I thought you meant both sides together. I voted 9, since we’re having 4 and 5, but just bridesmaids is 4.
At first I had 6 BMs that were supposed to be in the wedding but due to finding out about shady friends, I had 3 and I couldnt have been happier to know who my real friends are that are going to stand by my side for years to come. Though its frustrating finding out who your fake friends are during a supposedly happy time of your life, it’s a life experience that needs to be learned.
I have 4 and fiance has 5.
I had 4 and 3 flower girls, my hubby had 5.
We each have 4.