(Closed) how to make’em feel special?

posted 10 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 18
3363 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

In all honesty, (I will try to get a pic) Im going to tell you a little story about my cousin’s wedding, I was her Maid of Honor and she also had a Matron of Honor.

All the girls, she had a lot of girls, wore this hallter chiffon/satin dress by Davids Bridal in Truffle (Brown)!

Her Matron of Honor insisted on wearing a dress she already owned that she ensured the bride that would match her brown/gold rustic wedding theme! She shows up to the wedding and her dress is Cinnamon, like a rusty salmon color! ICK! in no way did that flow well. It almost looked like she was at the wrong wedding!

And I was standing between the girls in Truffle and then this Rusty Salmon. I am wearing this Truffle Brown dress with a gold banding at the top of the dress! Not my favorite but it wasnt my wedding so I just bought it to make her happy!

I honestly think that sticking to ONE color is almost best! And then jazzing up how ever you want the sisters so that they can be differentiated as Maids of Honor!!!

sorry for the long story…I’ll work on getting a pic for you to see! if you are interested! hehe! BEST OF LUCK!!!!!

Post # 20
3620 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

My girls all wore the same dress (tied different ways) and had the same bouquets. Nothing differentiated my aunt from the other girls except her standing next to me!

Post # 21
7 posts
  • Wedding: August 2012

I am also in the same situation.  It is relieving to hear Maid/Matron of Honor say it isn’t that important to them if they look different…I put the pressure on myself to diff entire my Maid/Matron of Honor.

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