Post # 1
Help! I have a sister who is 18 years older than me. Almost every family member is involved in the wedding– but I don’t have a job for her yet. For another sibling’s wedding, she lit a candle in memory of our deceased father. It’s been a number of years now, though, so I’d like to honor our father in another way.
Any ideas for how I can include her?
Post # 3
My oldest sister is 40 and didn’t want to be a bridesmaid. So she’s doing a reading. She’s very happy with that role and I’m happy I get to include her 🙂
Post # 4
I’m curious about this too. I have a half sister, and shes not really close with most of the family and wouldnt want to be called out so to speak, and shes much older too. I beleive she is close to 40 as well… I wonder what I can do for her or ask her to do that would make her feel included but not spotlighted….I’ve been pondering this myself.
Post # 5
My sister who is 13 years my senior will be my MoH no matter what and it’s something I’ve always wanted and she knows it. Maybe you can have your sister do a reading, be a Bridesmatron, help give you away, get to give a special toast.
Post # 6
My older brother’s are 20 years older than me and my younger. They did the usher thing, the LOVED IT … so many people they hadn’t seen in years (mom is passed .. and they are guys .. i’m the one that kept up with family) What if she was a greater/program disperser …. or a reader?