Post # 1
I got engaged on 10/30/10, and I’ve been planning my wedding ever since. The big day is in September. Well, my cousin got engaged after me, and decided to plan her wedding day for 1 month before my big day. I got mad (didn’t tell her that I was mad), and I decided against having her as a bridesmaid. I definitely made a bad decision, because I was upset, and I’m completely sorry for doing that. But, now, I have to do something to include her. Is there any honorable job I can give her at the wedding to include her? I’m feeling just terrible, and I know she’s probably hurt, too.
Post # 3
Have her do a reading at the ceremony or can you make her the MC or the co-ordinator/helper?
Post # 4
Could you ask her to do a reading at the ceremony? Or give a toast?
Post # 5
She can be an usher or assist as a DOC. There always a ton of projects the week and day of that you will assistance w/.
Post # 6
Also you can ask her to do a reading. I’m having 3 readers.
Post # 7
Are you doing a ceremony like candle or sand? You could have her walk down he aisle carrying the candles or sand before the bridesmaids in a differen, but complimentary dress. I did this with my FSILs and it worked great. They were part of the wedding and the center of attention because they got to be part of “our” party instead of “my” party side.