Post # 1
My bridesmaids are all wearing different dresses in the same color. My MOH’s bouquet is different than the other girls’ but can anyone think of any creative ways for her to stand out? There are 4 girls total… What do you think of my Maid/Matron of Honor being the only one to wear a necklace, something noticeable like pearls?
Post # 3
i’m having all 4 bm’s and my moh wear the same thing. why? because everyone is going to know that she’s the Maid/Matron of Honor no matter what cuz she’ll be by my side at the alter and will be introduced as the Maid/Matron of Honor as we enter the reception. i think your bouquet idea is great.
Post # 4
or u could have her wear a different color sash
Post # 5
Does she want to stand out? Maybe she’d rather just blend right in. Just a thought.
Post # 6
different jewelry is an option or having her hair just a little differently as well.
Post # 7
All my girls wore the same colour dress and style, black shoes and jewelry (so it was all different) We didn’t plan to have anything different at all just because she would be standing beside me holding my bouquet. But what ended up happening was I wore my hair down, so 3 of my BM’s decided that day they wanted to wear theirs up (we had planned for everyone to wear it down) But my Maid/Matron of Honor was at different salon so she didn’t know that and wore hers down too. So that is one option, having her hair be different.
Post # 8
At my sister’s wedding, I was the Maid/Matron of Honor and wound up having a different dress than the other two bridesmaids, and my hair differently. Since I’m her sister, everybody knew who I was anyway, and I would have felt uncomfortable with anything flashier. I think it is really sweet that you want her to stand out though. I think the necklace idea is pretty nice – you could get them all similar necklaces with like, the same stones, and then get a fancier one for your MOH?
Don’t stress about it too much. And feel free to delegate this responsibility to her – "if you want, feel free to add a little flash to your ensemble…but please, no feather boas."