Post # 1
I am wondering if there is a right and wrong way of putting the maid of honor and matron of honor next to me. I have two sisters and for fear that either one feels left out that I want to have one be the maid of honor who is my younger sister that is unmarried and my Matron of honor my older sister who is married. I am not sure who I should have stand right next to me. I do not want either of them to feel left out and do not know the correct order when you have both. Any help with this would be much appreciated!! Thanks
Post # 3
Are you sure you are not the one who is overthinking this? Do you think your sisters really care? If you have both, don’t designate. Why don’t you let both of them think it up, if they bring it up that is. Is your wedding in 2012?
Post # 4
Maybe ask which one REALLY wants to hold you bouquet and fix your dress for you everytime you need it? There might be one person who say… “nah..I’m good..go for it sis! I don’t want to break a nail!” – I’m betting they won’t be too torn up over whatever you decide though!
Post # 5
Maybe put one next to you at the ceremony and the other next to you at the head table. I doubt anybody’s going to get too broken up about it.
I only had one Maid/Matron of Honor, but for my bridesmaids I just told them I was lining them up alphabetically. Arbitrary and easy to remember, since we didn’t really have a rehearsal.
Post # 6
When your sister got married, were either of you her MOH? My friend who is the youngest of three sisters made a deal with them that each would be the Maid/Matron of Honor for just one of the others’ weddings. She was the Maid/Matron of Honor for the middle, the middle was for the oldest, and the oldest was the Maid/Matron of Honor for her.