Post # 1
So I didn’t ask my future SIL to be in my bridal party. She’s quite a bit older than me and I really thought she wouldn’t want to be in it. Maybe it was a silly assumption but whatever, it’s the decision I made.
I would like her to be a part of the wedding, though – and I heard from my future Mother-In-Law that she wants to be a part of it… I don’t know if I want readings in our ceremony. Anyone have other ideas on how to include her?
Thanks so much!!
Post # 3
@Esquia82: My SIL isn’t in my briadal party either. She is also quite a bit older than me. I’m thinking of asking her to do a reading as she is quite out spoken and confident. I haven’t asked her yet though… I’d also be interested to see other ways I could inlcude her incase she says no to the reading!
Post # 4
I am hoping that my Future Sister-In-Law will be able to do a reading, but if you don’t want readings, maybe she could play something during the ceremony or sing or hand out programs?
Post # 5
You can definitely include her in any bridesmaid activities, like spa days, getting ready pre ceremony, get your nails done together, etc.
i wouldn’t give her too much of a ‘job’ at the reception because she should be able to enjoy it. But if you want to ask her to hand out programs or a reading, that woudl be nice, and she knows many of the guests sinc she is immediate family.