Post # 1
Ok so I chose a maid of honor( my first cousin whom is not married) and a matron of honor (wife of my grooms brother). My matron of honor is also married to the best man. I need help deciding who will walk with the best man, who will stand next to me, who will hold my bouquet and fix my train, who will sign marriage liscnece, who will carry the grooms ring. It is making it a bit more confusing since the matron of honor is married to the best man but my cousin is the maid of honor and I want to make sure she is recognized!!! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!! Thanks in advance!
Post # 3
I would let the matron walk with her husband and you can make them special with different dresses, flowers, a special broach, something like that. You can also put them in the program as their titles. She could straighten your dress when you come down. Make sure you point them both out at the reception and I think you will be fine.
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Post # 4
I would agree to have the Matron of Honor walk with her husband (and therefore last next to you). She would then hold your bouquet and fix your train. To honor your Maid of Honor, perhaps ask her to be the one to sign your marriage license. And have both of them wear something a little different or carry different flowers.
Post # 5
Why is your Maid/Matron of Honor holding the grooms ring? I thought the best man held all the rings or the ringbearer.
ANyhoo i agree with the PP. Split the duties. Have the matron walk with her hubby, she can hold your flowers and the maid can sign the certificate and also help with your dress.
I had a friend with 2 best men. They both just stood up with him and only one signed.
Post # 6
I would suggest MatronOH walks with husband (BM) behind your MaidOH (she can be by herself or with a GM) but when you get up there, Matron help with the train and holds flowers (since she will be right next to you), Maid holds ring and signs. That way it’s a evenly split up.