- 6 years ago
- Wedding: October 2012
I just realized that I never actually asked my Maid/Matron of Honor to be my MOH! She’s been my best friend since we were in 5th grade and we always talked about being each other’s MOHs. I guess I just started talking to her about bridesmaidy stuff after I got engaged and assumed she knew she was the Maid/Matron of Honor. Someone else told her I had chosen her as Maid/Matron of Honor. lol. Big mistake on my part. She totally doesn’t mind, but I want to make it up to her by doing something more than just verbally asking (like I did for my other BMs).
She’s currently studying abroad but her mom is going to visit her the day after tomorrow and I want to put a small scrapbook (5×5 sort of thing, with only a few pages) together and put a letter inside of it.
I don’t want to share the entire letter, but I do want to share the end of it. I’m having a hard time coming up with the wording for what I want to express. Here is the sentence:
“And now, we’ve chosen different paths; you’re off to see the world and I’m getting married at the young age of 21. Even though we’re headed in very different directions, I know that we will always find our way back to each other. I know that you will always, truly be my best friend and my sister. I can’t imagine a better person to stand by me as I SOMETHINGSOMETHINGSOMETHING Will you be my maid of honor?”
In that “SOMETHINGSOMETHINGSOMETHING”, i want to write something that expresses I’m doing one of the most sacred things a person can do, or most important, serious, significant moments in my life (getting married).
Does this all make sense? I hope it does lol. What should I put in that space?