Post # 1
There are seven girls that I want to have as bridesmaids, but I don’t have the combination of knowing closely and knowing for a long time with any of them. Always one or the other, so I’d really rather not have to pick a Maid/Matron of Honor. My fiance has already picked a best man though- his father. Quite the southern thing to do and I’m glad he did.
So am I obligated to pick a MOH??
Post # 3
I don’t have one 🙂 Each of my girls brings something special to the table and I couldn’t even begin to pick just one!
Post # 4
Yeah chicky, I’m in the same boat too. I have six and no siblings. He gets to use his brother as his Bridesmaid or Best Man. IDK what to do just yet… maybe make my Future Sister-In-Law Maid/Matron of Honor… IDK…
Post # 5
This may be a weird suggestion but what about making all of your ladies MOH!! 🙂
Instead of the Bridesmaid or Best Man titles…. they will all feel special since they are all special to you!
Post # 6
I don’t think you need one. My husband had 5 "best men" in our wedding. They were all equally close 🙂
Post # 7
I don’t think you have to chose. I’m not having a Maid/Matron of Honor, just two BM’s and 1 Jr. Bridesmaid or Best Man
Post # 8
Since all of my girls in my wedding are already married, they’re all gonna be my Matron of Honors 🙂 And i’m going by height to match the best man and groomsmen!! 🙂
Post # 9
I’m not having a Maid/Matron of Honor. Just three bridesmaids. All are my friends, how could I choose??
Post # 10
My opinion on all things wedding is that it’s your wedding, and you two can do whatever you want! I’ve been in a wedding where there wasn’t a Maid/Matron of Honor, just three BMs – and it was fine.
I’m not having any attendants – just me and my man. I can’t wait!
Post # 11
Well, since the only bridesmaid that’s related to me is my cousin, I decided to ask her to be my matron of honor. Everyone’s helping out in various ways, but she is the designated boquet holder for the ceremony. 🙂
Post # 12
my sister was in a wedding recently where there wasn’t a moh originally. the bride ended up unofficially appointing her as the moh because it just got a little too confusing. they never knew who was supposed to be in charge, they had issues getting everyone to communicate to plan the parties because there wasn’t just one person in charge, and she did eventually have to pick someone to stand next to her and do the duties of carrying her flowers and the ring.