Post # 1
Okay, so I have four bridesmaids, and can’t really decide which one of them should be my MOH, if indeed, I should have one at all. Here’s the breakdown:
Ms. C: good friend, met through FI and good at planning
Ms. V: good friend since 8th grade, but grown apart recently, kinda flaky
Ms. H: friend since high school, likes to do things “by the seat of her pants”
Ms. D: FSIL with social anxiety, but good at planning
I just don’t know what to do. I originally figured Ms. V, because I’ve been friends with her the longest, but I haven’t seen her in over a year and every time she comes to town, makes zero effort to hang out(I used to call and make plans only have them fall through for reason XYZ, so I stopped & the ball’s in her court now as far as I’m concerned).
Now I’m thinking of not having one at all, and just doing everything by committee.
Post # 3
I dont think I will have one. I’m going to have my 2 FSIL’s be bridesmaids and I think thats it 🙂
Post # 4
It is your day always remember that! If you dont want a MOH then dont have one. I think the decision of a MOH should be a hands down choice.. if you cant think of anyone… then maybe if you are close to a sibling or mother your mother…. just an idea:)
Post # 5
I chose my brother and called him my “attendant of honor” I’ve been a MOH before and didn’t really do anything special except sign the marriage certificate. Anyone can do that. So if you don’t want one, don’t have one!
Post # 6
It isn’t required to have a MOH. It was difficult for me to choose one and eventually I just went with the one that has been the best friend to me over the years. If you don’t have a clear cut choice, don’t feel as if you have to have one.
Post # 7
I’m not having one. I have my 3 sisters as bridesmaids and I’m not picking between them. If I have a question: I just mass text all three and get their responses. I don’t need an MOH for anything. I don’t really see why anyone needs one. It is your decision, but you don’t have to have one.