Post # 1
I’m putting together our program, and I’m not sure how to refer to how we know our flower girl. She’s the 5 year old daughter of my fiance’s college friends. She’s not his goddaughter or niece or anything, and I think I’ve only ever seen “niece of groom,” etc. so I’m not sure what to say. “daughter of friend’s of groom”?
Post # 2
oops, no apostrophe in friends
Post # 3
Family friend? or Daughter of Family Friend?
Post # 4
We didn’t put any relationships in our program. Mainly because our program was a chalkboard out in the foryer(sp), so there was limited space to work with.
I would just say “daughter of groom’s friend /close friend “. Something like that?
Post # 5
Arizoccer: I’d go with “Daughter of Family Friend” as ClaudiaKishi suggested or “Daughter of Groom’s Friend” if you want to be more specific or “Daughter of Groomsman” if the friend is in the bridal party.
Post # 6
I agree with ClaudiaKishi. But don’t stress out about it too much – in reality, most people don’t really pay super close attention to them (even though I spent hours on getting mine just perfect too haha).