Post # 1
I am a bridesmaid in my future sister-n-laws wedding in November. Her sister is the maid of honor and she is 16 years old. who is suppose to put on the bridal shower—the maid of honor or the whole bridal party. I’m not sure what to do because her moh is only 16 and doesn’t work. My sister -nlaw is very quiet and won’t give me any suggestions as to what she wants. What do I do?
Post # 3
The entire bridal party shares responsibility of throwing the bridal shower. The moh is the main planner, but all bms help out.
Post # 4
It would be fine for you to take the lead in planning I think, but speak with little sister first and find out what her ideas are. She may be able to be more creatively rather than financially involved unless a family wants to help. After you talk to the Maid/Matron of Honor, get the other bridesmaids involved too.
Post # 5
I think you should talk to the bride. Even though she’s shy, she asked you to be in the bridal party, so your’e entitled to ask for direction and see how she’d like to move forward.
Since the Maid/Matron of Honor is only 16, perhaps some of the bride’s family members are already planning to help out? She obviously will not know enough to pull it off on her own, so the only way to figure this out is to talk about it. Good luck!
Post # 6
Why does she have to be older than 16 and work to plan a great bridal shower? I think you should ask her what she has planned and ask her how you can help. It really is her job to plan things and the bridal party’s to help her out. Many MOHs look forward to this!