Post # 1
The married bridesmaid thread had me thinking….do you call them ‘bridesmatrons’ in your program? Or did you just call them bridesmaids? I’ve never seen them listed any differently than bridesmaids, but when I think of it, 4 of my 6 gals are going to be married by my wedding day.
What have you other bees done or seen at weddings you’ve attended?
Post # 3
They are still listed as bridesmaids. At least that is what I read in an etiquette book.
Post # 4
I’m not. I was wondering the samething, but my mama said that married people can be bridesmaids.
Post # 5
I am not having maids of honor or matron of honor. Instead my ladies are titled “Ladies of Honor”. I don’t like the sound or look of matron and they are both married. I didn’t want to honor one above the other, so they will both have the same title.
Post # 6
Bridesmaids. Everyone can be a bridesmaids, even your mother can be one (though it wouldn’t make sense, but I’ve seen it)
You do have a matron of honor, but I only think that exists so you can have have two Maid/Matron of Honor. though now a days, you can just make up roles. The freedom is great!