(Closed) Groomswoman?

posted 6 years ago in Grooms/men
Post # 4
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1629 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

My SOs sister is being a groomswoman for him. She’s going to get a tux just like his guys. We’re less than 2 months out and my girls still don’t have dresses.

If your friend is less conventional and doesn’t want the full out bachelor party experience then maybe you can be involved in that. I would say that otherwise, just spring for a bottle of champagne or something and wish him a good night out with his guys.

We’re doing a bridesman too, haha. My brother. He will dress like the guys and stand up for me at the wedding. Guys just don’t help that much TBH. Maybe run some errands week of. They get a sweet deal.

As far as primping goes, ask the bride if they’re going to do their hair and makeup somewhere or if someone is coming to them. If you want to get ready on your own, offer to wrangle the guys and just keep an eye on him in the morning and see that he gets to the ceremony on time.

Post # 5
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

We’re having a groomsmaid and bridesmen… our groomsmaid is wearing a dress in the same silhouette as the bridesmaids, but in a complementary color.  She will be getting ready with me (the bride) and will be choosing whether to attend the bachelor or bachelorette parties.  You could probably plan a bachelor party that doesn’t make you uncomfortable, though.  Dinner and drinks, for example.  You could ask for the bridesmaids’ contact info and see about hosting a Jack and Jill shower.

 

One of the best parts of having the gender-bending wedding parties is that there isn’t a defined role!

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